Sunday, May 25, 2014

House of Hens/Bastide Galinier

when I came across this image I was taken away by it's charm.
a lovingly restored French farmhouse in the village of Lourmarin

I have a TUMBLR page which you will find HERE
& as I was cruising around collecting images from some of my favorite places to visit,
I came across this photograph.  
then, I investigated further.
it originated from a blog post July 8, 2010.
isn't it wonderful that I found it!

the blog is written by Kifus, a lovely woman, and it's called
Inspiring Interiors

you can find her complete post about this house HERE

& her HOME page is HERE

it appears she has stopped blogging, but I think we should encourage her to come back.
hop on over for a visit & see if you agree.

as we enjoy this long weekend
let us not forget what the holiday means.

please say a prayer for our troops & their families,
and pray they will all be safely returned and that we won't send them
into another useless, never-ending conflict.
(I agree with President Bush's thought that we had no choice after
but it's been waaay too long, we've lost so much, and I'm
not certain what we have gained.

the only thing which will change the mindset is EDUCATION,
& that is still lacking.



VM Creation Atelier said...

Oh,so agree with you,Marsha about this absolutely amazing blog Inspiring Interiors!

I´ve look some of the posts from this,so beautiful:)))*


Lauren said...

That bed is stunning!


La Contessa said...

HOUSE of HENS.........that works for ME!!!!
Beautiful home.............ready to move in!

Jackie and Joel Smith said...

What a lovely observation you made about this Memorial Day holiday. You are correct - we need to remember, perhaps now, more than ever. (And I love that photo!)

La Petite Gallery said...

Marsha, would I ever love to stay there. Love the bed. and that arched window, wow!!!

Elizabeth@ Pine Cones and Acorns said...

Marsha this looks like a lovely home. I am off to check out her blog!

I hope that you had a relaxing holiday. Could not agree more with your Memorial sentiments. We need to thank the families and soldies who serve everyday to let us enjoy the life we have.!

Julia said...

Que bonito post, me he paseado por tu bloc y ha estado un regalo visitarlo, te invito a ver el mio, “ Pintar es muy divertido. Constituye una delicia observar y exprimir los colores. Espero tu visita y si no eres seguidora me encantarías que te hicieras y así compartir nuestros blocs.