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Monday, February 07, 2005

Dream Countertop

I just remembered a dream I had last night. I was riding in a very small antique blue truck - yet I think I was in the future - and the road was wet with rain. I slammed on my brakes at a red light at the bottom of a hill, but my brakes locked and I couldn't stop. So I swerved to the right and ended up cruising through the backyards of some fabulous old houses. I even went through the kitchen of one of them, and in passing I noticed the countertops. They were tiled in a rose-colored stone. Jagged pieces, not squares. The stone was beautiful, sort of crystalline. I told myself in the dream to make a note of it because it would go perfectly with my Fiestaware.

Have I mentioned pink is my favorite color?


5 Comments:

Todd said...

Some friends of ours just had an old wooden kitchen table redone with mosaic colored glass – it has a glass top over it to make it smooth again. Very very nice.

Antique trucks are big; that must've been a crazy dream.

2:25 PM  
Kristin said...

Oh, it most definitely was a crazy dream. Maybe it was all that talk about Willy Wonka.

6:52 AM  
Anonymous said...

I love fiestaware. I don't have any pink, unless you count the Fiesta that I bought in an antique store that's painted like watermelons - seeds and all. I collect the "plum" color. I'd love to have "Lilac", but they go for way too much on eBay!

12:06 PM  
Kristin said...

I've seen some of that watermelon pattern. It's cute. I have shamrock, persimmon, rose and yellow (the retired yellow). I like all the colors, though ... maybe I should just go for the whole rainbow!

4:19 PM  
Anonymous said...

Have you seen the rosy pink marble tiles at Home Depot right now? They have thinly beveled edges which means they are installed tightly together--good for countertops.

2:10 PM  

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