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  • Here, Paula put a pause in his summary by beckoning over Terrence and Aaron from their battlefield in the windowseat.


  • To curl up on a couch or windowseat with the cat and a hot cup of tea and several hours to while away, as I read.

    Angels' Pawn is out! Psst...something cool in the post [Edited]

  • Oh, I dream of a deep inset wide windowseat, with mullioned windows that the rain drips down and makes pretty patterns on and which open outwards so I can dangle my legs in summer.

    Angels' Pawn is out! Psst...something cool in the post [Edited]

  • David sat on the windowseat, cupped the snifter with both hands, and downed the contents in one swallow.

    A Girl's Legs Stirring The Air

  • Over by the windowseat, Zoe Winchester glares at me and grabs for her lip gloss.

    Dear Pen Pal

  • While puttering in the windowseat I found two bottles of Cabernet Sauvignon-based wines from the 2003 vintage that had entered my cellar the same month--December 2006.

    Old World/New World: Comparing 2003 Cabernets

  • The summer puts me within arms' reach of my wine cellar--a long windowseat in a house in the woods that that never goes above 60 degrees. you can see the tell-all pictures here Every wine bottle I unearth has some history attached to it--where I bought it, when, why--and it feels like greeting an old friend to see them again.

    Old World/New World: Comparing 2003 Cabernets

  • They arrived in December 2006 and were promptly stored in my windowseat cellar.

    Old World/New World: Comparing 2003 Cabernets

  • This means that the under-windowseat space is available for the folded buggy once again, so that's not taking up space in the hallway.


  • It has 13-foot ceilings and enormous windows, including a big bay window with a windowseat.

    Ferule & Fescue


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