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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.”
“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.”
“David sat on the windowseat, cupped the snifter with both hands, and downed the contents in one swallow.”
“Over by the windowseat, Zoe Winchester glares at me and grabs for her lip gloss.”
“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.”
“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.”
“They arrived in December 2006 and were promptly stored in my windowseat cellar.”
“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.”
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