Just more clues for us to follow on an antique map filled with charming detours that leads to the treasure: lovely Lisa and her Bloomsbury Life!
Always love your lists!xo J~
Kinfolk!How is it that I've never heard of this magazine??? Must get!Did you get my note about the movie????
Lisa...thanks for the tip on the magazine, new to me as well. Fortnum and Mason Jubilee tea is on my shelf too...have you tried Fortmason Aromatic Tea by F&M? Scented with orange...it is heavenly. :)Lovely to learn a little more about you. :)Jeanne
another great list! i must confess, I spent the better part of yesterday morning reading your posts and daydreaming about all the fabulous places, spaces, objects decor and well, just your spirit and enthusiasm !I only just discovered your blog from reading a post on Maryam Montagues FB wall!I am in for the ride, thanks Lisa for sharing all that you do!
Oh goodie! I love seeing what you love. Great piece and I left a comment.P.S. I am new to Kinfolk too. Can't wait to check it out!
love your posts and interesting blog!-fashion illustrator-
Ah, that's so sweet of you to return the favor. You two do seem to have a little bit of gir crush---heheheheee. I love the "great food" series books. Yes, beautiful and makes me want to cook up a storm.
Went out and bought Kinfolk immediately. Looking forward to reading it before bed tonight. Great list and love the camera chain too.
Hello from a new reader; your blog is a slice of heaven. I've been delving into your archives and adore your joie de vivre and slant on life. The F&M tea is now ordered and I shall hopefully be partaking in a cup next time I stop by for a catch up.
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