Fall Light

I love fall. Sometime around 5 in the afternoon the sun cast this beautiful light and shadows into our bedroom.  I never noticed how much the sun moves throughout the year until we lived in this house.  Our windows, up close to the ceiling, make me very aware of where the sun and moon are in their monthly and annual cycles. In the summer the afternoon sun falls further north on our house.   Our bedroom does not get this much light so late in the day. But during this time of the year the sun falls right through our corner window and onto the fence where the tree's shape is perfectly outlined.  I love the soft, orange, warmth of the sun during the fall.


This may very well be the last picture of our bedroom with this bed.  Wednesday, our new king size mattress arrives.  This bed will go into our guest bedroom.  I will build our long awaited bed sometime in November when my mother arrives for her 3 month visit.  She will entertain the P while I crank that puppy out sometime in between Thanksgiving and P's birthday party.  Yeah, we don't have too much planned around here.  If I gave all our little birthday guests a large piece of cake would it still be considered child slave labor if  made them sand the boards for the bed? Food for thought!

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Saturday, October 16, 2010

Fall Light

I love fall. Sometime around 5 in the afternoon the sun cast this beautiful light and shadows into our bedroom.  I never noticed how much the sun moves throughout the year until we lived in this house.  Our windows, up close to the ceiling, make me very aware of where the sun and moon are in their monthly and annual cycles. In the summer the afternoon sun falls further north on our house.   Our bedroom does not get this much light so late in the day. But during this time of the year the sun falls right through our corner window and onto the fence where the tree's shape is perfectly outlined.  I love the soft, orange, warmth of the sun during the fall.


This may very well be the last picture of our bedroom with this bed.  Wednesday, our new king size mattress arrives.  This bed will go into our guest bedroom.  I will build our long awaited bed sometime in November when my mother arrives for her 3 month visit.  She will entertain the P while I crank that puppy out sometime in between Thanksgiving and P's birthday party.  Yeah, we don't have too much planned around here.  If I gave all our little birthday guests a large piece of cake would it still be considered child slave labor if  made them sand the boards for the bed? Food for thought!

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