Ooops, lost my first message. Your house looks so cute. I heard you were getting lots of rain. My daughter is at Disneyland this week and getting wet. Merry Christmas.
I think it's a fine idea to pretend to be in England if you're getting all that rain. Everyone needs a pair of wellies!! I've been known to wear pink flowered rain boots to my favorite fair grounds when scouring for antiques in the rain. Beautiful front door.
Very cute. I want some of those boots too...wouldn't they be great for working in the garden. Love the house picture, of course what's not to love.(-:
If it's raining I pretty sure those adorable boots are a must! I would think the accent would come with it. If not you could always just say Jolly Good - no matter what it always sounds English to me. LOL
A pair of rainboots are on top of my Christmas wish list too...But the ones I wanted are polka-dot, hee, hee, hee. However, if the ones on your wish list make you speak with an Engilsh accent, well then I want those instead :-) Have a wonderful rainy day...It's been raining non-stop all morning here. BTW, love your porch. Warm Hugs,♥Ana
Love those boots. Someday I will own some like that to garden in! It is my dream. LOL
We affect accents in public all the time for fun! Come join us!Cooooooool boots!
Even though it's raining your home still looks inviting! Love those boots and I totally don't see why you couldn't talk with a british accent! Hugs,Traci
Actually... most English folks I know walk around in wellies (wellington boots- rubber boots) with the most atrocious patterns you could imagine. Mine feature pink roses, and I wear them with pride, even to work. Maybe the folks around my area are just not posh enough! lolWhich english accent would you like to speak? Stiff- upper- lip southern accent or rough- as dogs- northern slang? You wouldn't believe how many nuances there are, even after four years in England I still don't bloody understand most of the buggers! :D
I always wanted those type of boots. Not sure if the accent comes with them though.