Hitting the Links (9/1/09)

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Petite Floret Vase by Jill Weiner from the Earth Angels website

A round-up of just a few things  I’ve been browsing today . . .

A blast from the past: Jennifer Graney was my first-ever poetry editor. Back in sophomore year English class–with Mr. Madri–I’d scribble poems as fast as I could then pass them a few seats back and a row over for Jen to give them the once-over. She even helped me tighten up the (handwritten) screenplay–Danny and Christina Forever–I crafted for my one, my only Matt Dillon. (Er Matt, I’m still waiting to hear from you . . . . ) So grown-up Jen has changed her last name to O’Connor and her hair’s a lot shorter than it used to be, but she’s still a great editor! These days, however, she’s turned her editorial eye to curating a fabulous selection of folk art inspired toys, jewelry, collectibes, and more at her gallery store Earth Angels.

How soon can I move in? I saw this home office yesterday, and of course now I want to totally redo the corner of my bedroom that is my home office. I don’t plan to do any painting, but I think I will figure out how to invest in some low white shelving for my design books and poetry files and the like.

Back-to-school! A history of design lesson thanks to Design*Sponge. Everything you always wanted to know about Wedgewood . . . except, perhaps, how to afford a piece. Sigh . . . . Oh, if anyone tackles the DIY project, send me a pic, and I’ll post it. Promise! (thehomebeete[at]gmail.com)

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Posted on September 2, 2009, in Uncategorized and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. Yeah, Matt never called me either. Thanks for the shout out my dear one and grateful to be back in touch. xxxoo Jen

  2. Hi Paulette, I wanted to stop by and thank you for commenting on my “before & after” home make-over on Design*Sponge. There’s many photos they didn’t include, along with more info about our remodel. You can visit my blog to learn more at The Old Painted Cottage.

    Jennifer Grey
    The Old Painted Cottage

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