Sunday, March 13, 2011

Around the bedroom

Happy Monday everyone! It has been a very horrific few days for Japan and
hopefully like me you are all sending prayers and loving thoughts.
It does seem trivia to be posting about a bedroom but I always believe the best
we can do is to send positive , happy and loving thoughts.

The town North of us had to close down their school and stay on high alert.
A town my husband grew up fishing in. Scary to think we are not immune to
nature's wrath.

I really do believe in the power of prayer and everyday I have
prayed for the people of Japan...

We still have to carry on with our lives but we keep the people of Japan
in our hearts.
We must still love and laugh and enjoy things that make our heart's sing...


The house in the rose is having a link party today...SHOW OFF YOUR COTTAGE MONDAY
I'm taking my little blog over there so please join me in the fun!


Until next time...Sending prayers and much love to Japan
Pamela xo

29 comments:

  1. I agree in the power of prayer. I have been praying for the Japanese people every day. Lovely pictures ~ Happy Monday ;-)

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  2. Pamela, I love your romantic bedroom and yes, we must keep praying for Japan.

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  3. Hello Pamela,
    Your bedroom is so beautiful.

    Yes, there is much sadness in Japan and I am sending them good thoughts and prayers.

    hugs
    Sissie

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  4. I love your room, Pamela. Love the rose color in it... It is lovely and sweet. I, too, have had Japan on my heart and in my prayers...we are always at nature's wrath and should not forget all the lives and souls that have been lost or broken. Hugs-Diana

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  5. I continue to pray for those that are suffering, too. I love the calm pretty look of your rooms! You bring so much beauty into each room with your lovely decorating! ♥

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  6. Beautiful decorating. Your room is lovely. I agree we must pray for the people who are suffering in Japan right now. Thanks for sharing. Karie

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  7. Your bedroom is drop-dead-gorgeous :D
    My heart has been grieving for Japan. Thanks for your sweet words this morning.

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  8. What a beautiful post! My thoughts and prayers are with Japan also.

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  9. Good morning Pamela....looks like your part of the world is "in the pink".

    Glad for that....and, of course, sending thoughts of "lovingkindness to Japan."

    Xo

    Jo

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  10. Hello Pamela,

    I too believe in the power of prayer and have been praying for the people of Japan.

    Your bedroom looks very romantic as does the tablescape on the sleeping porch.

    ~ Tracy

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  11. My daughter had to stay home from school on Friday due to the tsunami warning. Even though I knew about the earthquake and tsunami, I was still surprised when the school called to say they needed to close! To think, that earthquake could have just as easily happened here. Makes me hug my family a little tighter each night.

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  12. Your bedroom is so romantic and pretty. Love the rose colored accents. I was worried about you until I realized that the tsunami wasn't hitting the coast as hard as they originally predicted. Glad you stayed safe.

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  13. The devastation is unthinkable.
    I have been glued to the TV.

    The wind woke me up last night, and it scared the crap out of me. I cannot even fathom the panic, and the fury of that ocean.
    The rooms are beautiful and I will check out your Mac and Cheese.

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  14. Your bedroom is lovely!!! I love to see a sweet old house decorated in keeping with it's great heritage. As I have commented before, an old house is a precious and rare commodity in BC.
    I read through other posts that I have missed and you have such a nice blog. I will put you on my side bar, then I won't miss so many posts.
    Hugs, Cindy

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  15. Beautiful photos! My favorite is the pink ruffly pillow! Yum.
    I have thought about the devastation and what I could say. I didn't want to seem nonchalant so I just decided to not say anything at all. You have stated it so well. I, too, believe in the power of prayer and that's what I've been doing.
    Blessings to all,
    Tammy

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  16. So peaceful. Just what we need with all the sad news.

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  17. Sweet post! Also praying for everyone in Japan and all affected by this. Your room is lovely Pamela!
    Blessings,
    Cindy

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  18. it's gorgeous!
    happy day!
    Rosa

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  19. All good thoughts are for sure going out to Japan ~ heartbreaking!

    Doesn't your bedroom look like the perfect place to read, dream and sleep a Sunday afternoon away ~ so beautiful!

    Happy Week to you Pamela!
    xo Catherine

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  20. Definitely praying for all of those dealing with the devastation in Japan. And I'm sooo loving your bedroom....It reminds me of a quaint B&B, and I want to stay there, like NOW.

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  21. I love the small glimpses of your home that you have shared with us. Thanks for stopping by my little blog and visiting.
    tammy

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  22. Your home is so charming and lovely. Say hi to Sam!

    Love,
    Susan and Bentley
    xxoo

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  23. Such lovely pictures! And I agree it does help to pray and send positive thoughts out in the world when such a crisis occurs as in Japan.
    Thank you for sharing,
    Susan

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  24. HI PAMELA THIS IS MY FIRST VISIT TO YOUR LOVELY BLOG,IT IS A PLEASURE TO MEET YOU.I AM WITH YOU MY HEART ACHES FOR JAPAN AND MY PRAYERS ARE WITH ALL THE PEOPLE OF JAPAN..YOUR BLOG IS VERY SWEET,YOUR BEDROOM I DARLING AND YOUR TABLE BY THE WINDOW ADORABLE,MAY YOUR DAY BE A HAPPY ONE..XO...SANDRA

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  25. My prayers are definitely with those sufffering so in Japan. Gorgeous images...

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  26. Hello Pamela:
    I can't get Japan off my mind but we go about out daily lives....with that, I am your newest follower. I love your blog. I only got a chance to peek around. Stevie is one of my favorite singers too.
    Lovely pics you've shared today!
    Roselle

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  27. Visiting from NanaDiana's:) Your home is gorgeous! I am ooohing and aaahing over that clawfoot tub of yours!! My heart and prayers go out to the people of Japan, too. How incredibly sad. My hubby and I visited Vancouver Island several years ago and just loved it!

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I love love reading all your comments!! They mean so much to me...thank you..Pamela xo