Not the Future
2012-02-01 12:14 pm (UTC)
Well I hope the view does give you at least a few minutes worth of eye-soothing pleasure.
That Holy Simoly door with that particular glass recolour is a favourite of mine, too. It's become my go-to door whenever I'm having trouble finding a suitable one and this case wasn't too different, either. Another favourite (which you might or might not have noticed) is that mission/arts & crafts style doorway with matching sidelights. That combination gives houses a whole new dimension, if you ask me.
As for sharing, then... well... I was so sleepy last night I forgot to think about generosity, heheh. But you know, you're right, I really should share this house once it's ready! It will, of course, be quite different from what I had first promised, yet I'm sure no one would mind, as this little baby comes with wonderful wooden lace.
And who knows, maybe you'll eventually end up living in a street named after someone you look up to. As I was planning out the street map for Behemoth Isle (get the reference? :D), I decided to name places after writers and book illustrators, associating the type of the street with their creations where possible. I'm currently set with the following:
Douglas Adams End (because of "The Restaurant at the
of the Universe")
Jostein Gaarder Circle (because several of his books tend to circle around the same subjcets)
Hermann Hesse Street
Edgar Walter Way
Mehis Heinsaar Way (he's my favourite Estonian writer. Such a pity none of his works are available in any other languages. I know they'd lack a lot in quality, since he has a very specific use of language, but his stories are just
Mihhail Bulgakov Way (for some crazy reasons, he's known as Mikhail Bulgakov in the English-speaking world, but for me, that's just utter nonsense)
Ilon Wikland Alley (
do check out her drawings and paintings
Since I ran out of streets but would still like to include a few more names, I guess I'm going to have to start renaming community lots. Port Virginia Woolf (because of "Waves") certainly doesn't sound bad, heheh.
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