The Bedding Plant

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I have’t been idle but I have’t been blogging! No point in yammering away endlessly is there.

This morning I woke to this article by Michelle Slatalla. Remodelista and Gardenista are my favorite on-line reads so it is especially sweet to find myself transformed in Michelle’s wickedly funny prose. I think today is my favorite Monday.

About Tricia Rose

Not distracted by shiny objects.
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8 Responses to The Bedding Plant

  1. tammy j says:

    ha. a perfect monday picture. well. anytime really.

  2. tammy j says:

    it’s me again. i decided to read the article.
    you had me at “show offy beds are a thing of the past.”
    or words to that effect. good lord. talk about a short term memory.
    but you rock. and it just got better from there.
    here’s to gorgeous rough linen elegance. and living.
    not barbie-house style but real lying naked on your side style without 14 million pillows.
    cheers.

  3. You go, girl!

    You used “excrescence” with great ease. I had to look it up.

  4. Brismod says:

    I just loved that article Tricia. Well-deserved attention. xx

  5. PP says:

    Hah. Loved the article. I’m with you all the way on pillows. The top sheet though – an excrescence in its own right in my head but necessary in UhStraya during the summer when one night you need a bit of a duvet and the next, only a sheet.
    PP

  6. stitchfork says:

    that was a fun read!

  7. Jane F says:

    Wonderful to see such a great article! And you gave her such terrific quotes. Congrats! (and may you sell a zillion sheet sets). Jane

  8. Hi, Tricia – Congratulations on being featured!! Great interview. Thank goodness the days of “a million pillows on the bed” are over. Who has time to make those kinds of bed?!
    Cheers,
    Loi
    PS – Hope you had a wonderful Easter.

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