dearest ollee n bee ~

i came across this image today ~ one i took while visiting london town summer of twenty eleven, in the charming areas of the city called the mews ~

mews |myoōz|noun ( pl. same) chiefly Brit.a row or street of houses or apartments that have been converted from stables or built to look like former stables.• a group of stables, typically with rooms above, built around a yard or along an alley.ORIGIN late Middle English : plural of mew, originally referring to the royal stables on the site of the hawk mews at Charing Cross, London. The sense [converted dwellings]dates from the early 19th cent.absolutely adorable.something we might like to muse on, don't you think?muse |myoōz|verb [ intrans. ]be absorbed in thought he was musing onthe problems he faced.• [with direct speech say to oneself in a thoughtful manner “I think I've seen him somewhere before,” mused Rachel.• ( muse on) gaze thoughtfully at.noun datedan instance or period of reflection.DERIVATIVESmusingly adverbORIGIN Middle English : from Old Frenchmuser ‘meditate, waste time,’ perhaps frommedieval Latin musum ‘muzzle.ah, the english language. after spending a most splendid christmas holiday with folks just learning to speak our language, i find myself amused at how silly our words can be!cheerio (not the cereal) for now,xxopg. . .seven | three.sixty.five. . .

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