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I struggled with the placing of the commas and still got it wrong.
I was surprised in myself when , I too, welcomed a candlestick post!!! X
Almost back to normal, eh?
P.S. I to was surprised when, uncharacteristically, you too boldly placed your commas when you normally use no punctuation at all. Group hug.
Boldly being the word.
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I like the green reflection outside. What's that thing that looks like a bird with a long neck on the right?
An Art Deco lamp stand without a shade.
The green reflection is a lack of white balance on my camera.
No. The thing lower down.
Point it out because all I can see is the lamp on the right.
The candles themselves are very pleasing.
Charles Farris make THE best candles. The Archbishop of Canterbury can't be wrong.
Beautiful candles! When I first saw the photo on the sidebar of my blog, I thought you had made a romantic candlelit dinner for two!
We normally only use candles at Christmas, but I am expecting power cuts.
Luxury in small things. I imagine that the candles give off a wonderful smell, transporting one back in time.(I wanted to add another sentence, but got too confused about where to place the commas. Had to retreat in defeat.)
The candles are a blend - they don't smell as nice as pure beeswax, but burn better. Commas are almost as difficult to place as hyphens.
I wonder why you obsess over perfection that perhaps already arrived. Lots of opportunities for commas, or none.
I'm not sure what you mean, Joanne.
Neither am I. I need paid meds.
I throughly enjoy the ambience of light flickering from burning candles! It makes a house a home. Gabs
There are some sophisticated sprinkler systems which detect a flickering flame using the security cameras in department stores. A computer detects the flame and triggers off the fire alarm. They must have to turn it all off for the Christmas period.
Pretty candlesticks, very romantic; perfect for a San Valentine's dinner. Now where do commas go in that sentence? I like putting punctuations but keep changing their position; never certain where they go.Greetings Maria x
I find - very useful when you want to indicate a step back or forward - like this.
I think your Kommatas perfect, Tom - and to love the little things is for me the way to bliss and happiness. Which I wish for you and H. !
H.I. does not share my obsessions, she just tolerates them. She has her own, and at the moment they all begin with Brunello Cucinelli.
There's something about candlelight that's comforting. Yours look lovely.
Candles used to be used during the power cuts of my childhood, and were doubly calming because the power lines which surround you in a house are all off. This also has a calming effect, not to be surrounded by an artificial force-field.
Yes, I remember being at my grandparents house in the sixties during power cuts. They used to boil a pan of water on the open fire to brew up. My grandad used to cook eggs and bacon over the fire too. I thought it was all great fun. My grandparents probably didn't!