I dreamed my Beloved and I lived in a big mansion by a river. The style was very 1920's and there was a big conservatory (like a glass veranda) and many rooms. We decided to open a bed and breakfast but on our own terms. We wanted only a few guests and to keep to a reasonable price so that it wouldn't be for rich people only. Everybody was pushing us to rent all the rooms and make a maximum of money but we didn't care about money. We wanted a few guests only whom we would take great care of. Perhaps we could open in the conservatory a tearoom on Saturdays for the locals but only with a few tables. We didn't want to become slaves to our work either. We were aiming for quality over quantity. Our first customer was a young Chinese woman, perhaps because China and Japan in particular represent for me refinement and it feels like they put a lot of love in the things they hand-craft. There was going to be for sure a waiting list, since we didn't want to expand our capacities but the power we had, we were going use it wisely.
Cette peinture donne vraiment envie de rencontrer “THe dog Keeper”, il a un si beau regard et un tendre amour pour ces amis chiens.
Un futur “Bed and Breakfast” super! ….Et merci pour cette chanson si mélodieuse!
Bonne soirée, Isabelle
Concrètement, le bed and breakfast serait une chouette idée si notre maison n’etait pas aussi petite!
Tout l’album The Juliet Letters est superbe, je te le recommande.