Wednesday, March 03, 2010

a room with a view


Behold...

....the view from the tiny little throne room in BR's soon to be barn.

I don't know why this photo pleases me so much, but I'm just tickled pink by this newest development in our project's progress.

Of course, there's a lot more is going on besides the bathroom window, and we'll be updating very shortly.

For today, we're just staring out that little window and smilin.'

12 comments:

Anonymous said...

What a great view from the throne! Pretty much says peace and tranquility - what a contrast to what most of the dogs who come to this barn have known. What a wonderful gift of love.

Lynn in N. Cal

who wouda thunk it?? said...

pretty as a picture!

NYCKitten said...

That's such a cool picture - love it! I thought it was fake for a second...cool!

Pittie Mom said...

looks great but it makes me want to garden. You should plant lavender outside the windows, it would be so pretty!

Donna said...

ah yes lavender! -- great idea. and what a good use of aromatherapy for the dogs.

we've already starting some patches of mint. not only for the sweet smell, but more for those all-important end of the day mojitos. :-)

Anonymous said...

Sounds like you have Richard, the building inspector, back on track. Good job!

That is a nice, serene view out the window.

Can't wait for the barn update.

s&b/mty

Pittie Rescue Family said...

That is a great picture and a fantastic view. The green leaves and grass is so refreshing to see after the winter we have had here.. oh, how I can't wait for spring.

Dianne said...

I agree about the lavender. I discovered Dr. Bronner's soap comes in a lavender flavor which I have used since my BC. My favorite bathroom had a skylight inside the shower. Let in sun as well as moon! Glad to see things are coming along ;-)

Schwang said...

That looks amazing! It must be so great to see the progress.

The Foster Lady said...

It's a whole gestalt thing out that window...speaks to safety, comfort, happiness. Lavender a great idea. Especially out there...We grow small plants here, but I'll never forget the gigundo lavender plants on the West Coast.

Linda said...

Every throne needs a view! Progress is a wonderful thing...

Anonymous said...

You know why you like the view so much. Look real close at the tree it definitly looks like a dog head.