Monday, April 20, 2015

In The Pink


I hung up the pink letters and added a dried flower wreath to the front door. I am happy with the way it looks.

For Pat, who was worried about what the neighborhood association might say, this is what it looks like from outside. You can hardly tell.  As you can all see I have some work to do on the front steps.  A job for another sunny weekend.

By the way, a week ago I traded in my car. I continue to be amazed how long it takes to do that.  I was hungry afterward, so I took myself to my favorite restaurant where I indulged in dessert.

My first reaction was embarrassment, but I got over it.

11 comments:

Jennifer said...

the door and its new dressings looks great! the dessert? wow! it's a bit shocking AND embarrassing! (but it looks yummy!)

charlotte said...

Your entryway is nicely sheltered, too.

Quiltdivajulie said...

I wonder if the chef had any idea .....

Your doorway improvements are !wonderful

Pat said...

It looks great! Is that the porch that Millie visits? That dessert looks delish :)

Sandi said...

Interesting presentation to the dessert...

Cherie in St Louis said...

OMG!! I sure needed a laugh today and your "dessert" sure gave it to me ;-D

Valerie Levy said...

Everything looks great... doors and dessert. Does Mille get to spend some time squeaking at birds out in the screened porch?

Marei said...

Damn! I love cannoli but have never had it presented quite like that. BTW...I think your pink entrance is quite gorgeous and how could someone not smile when coming up to your house?

Megan said...

I, too, wondered whether the neighbourhood association might be concerned about your pink doors. I mean, these are the people who needed a photograph of your cat before deciding whether or not she was 'acceptable'! Even though the impact of the hot pink is reduced somewhat by the screened porch, I wouldn't be surprised if at the next meeting of the management committee, acceptable colours for front doors isn't on the agenda! LOL

I think it looks sensational, by the way. As do the letters.

Megan
Sydney, Australia

lindaroo said...

HA! That is a very provocative dessert! I imagine you were giggling as you nibbled on it!
Your entryway is quite appealing. I love a splash of color!

Sharon said...

Love your new front door! How bright and cheery and inviting!

That dessert....oh my! But it looks delish!