Friday, July 31, 2009

any free spot Blogland Lane


KJ challenged us to post a picture of our fantasy home in blogland where we can all live close to each other. Here is mine. Hopefully you all will let me erect my tent on your land and use your facilities. Can I come and visit each one of you! I wonder how my cats will like this idea?

22 comments:

Kim said...

Suki, you can bring your tent to my place anytime! I even have a small little shed which looks like a tiny house in my back woods. You could even stay there, if you like! :-) If your kitties are good mousers, they might like my woods, but you will have to watch for the fox.

Have a good weekend, my friend!

m. heart said...

Hey neighbor, I played along as well!

studio lolo said...

I think you'll find several magical places to pitch your tent at my place. And the kitties are more than welcome ;)

marianne said...

Any time Suki! Cats always welcome.
I think your cats will make a few extra windows for you in your mobile home.......

Jude said...

I love living in small spaces..tents, boats, my hobbit house here!! come on over!!

Lynn said...

Not sure I'd want to live full time in a tent. I did live weekends for a while in the 1970's in an American Indian Tee Pee.
Loved it. But it was BIG. And we did go home to shower and such. LOL

Henry would have trouble with extra cats I fear. Very territorial. But come for a weekend anytime yourself. Couch or tent your choice. ;-)
Sewing studio takes up everything else!

Teri C said...

Hey, that looks like the ocean by Lolo. I am going to live with her cuz we both won't fit in that tent.

julie king said...

that's funny and yes, you are welcome to come stay in our back yard. anytime!

Mim said...

so you! love it...what does the inside look like?

Wieneke said...

At no 30 you are very welcome to place your small tent but I don't know whether your cats like my dogs :-)

soulbrush said...

just perfect in my wild garden with animals roaming round, you are very very welcome, we can sit on my verandah and set the world to rights over a cuppa herbal tea.

Britt-Arnhild said...

I would need a comfortable bed though........

Blue Sky Dreaming said...

I can just imagine the sticky mess...you and your kitties and those honey dipped donuts! Great for summer fun but winter...not so much!

Annie said...

I love this idea Suki and of course you can set up your tent in my yard, it will just fit :-).

Bimbimbie said...

Hello neighbour, room for your tent at mine too, you'll find me at no 53*!*

Teri and the cats of Furrydance said...

After all your "reality" househunting...I can see why a tent sounds nice :-)

Nice things about tents...you can set them up almost anywhere and friends will always leave the door unlocked so you can come in at night if it gets too much like "roughing it" out in the tent...

You could borrow my cat condo when you and the kitties are in town, too.

Debbie in CA : ) said...

Yes, yes! Come for a visit. I do not have a beach full of sand for you to pitch your tent upon, but I do have a comfy guesthouse and a grecian swimming pool. It could be a wonderful place to rest and entertain your cats. Think on it . . . ; D

p.s.
Thank you so much for the encouraging comment left on my blog. I appreciate your prayers and healing thoughts. You are a blessing. And to think this bloggy friendship started when I hopped from Britt-Arnhild's blog to yours because I thought Suki sounded like such a romantically foreign name. Maybe Japan or some other exotic place to call home -- I never dreamed it would be a sensitive artist in New Hampshire who would become very dear to me.

Bless you, sweet Suki friend. XO

Renee said...

I love it. You can use my bathroom facilities.

xoxoxo

kj said...

ha suki! i thought renee was using my bathroom facilities!

there's something obvious going on here: you are welcome anywhere anytime in blogland. and if you want a room instead of a tent, just say the word. it's obvious you are among friends, and what a group of friends we are.

your little tent adds just the right touch, suki. you made me laugh so hard i almost fell off my chair. as mim says, it's so you. :)

lean on us, suki. that's a good plan.

love
kj

kikipotamus said...

Oh, sure. I don't have a yard, but my living room will accommodate a tent if we push the furniture to the edges.

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~Babs said...

Hey Suki,
I haven't yet selected my spot on Blogland Lane, but I will soon, and I'll make certain it has pleny of room for your tent.I think that's a very 'soulful gypsy' abode,,and sometimes I fancy the idea of being a gypsy,,,
I mean hey, why not!
(All kitties welcome)