Wednesday, 17 November 2010

Alphabet Thursday I is for........ Edenhouse

Ok I is not for Edenhouse but I am thinking about my home  that is called Eden House and what comes to mind is

Who has not been for their meatballs?

Their furniture is simply cheap maybe not the best quality but good value.

Sad  as it may seem I have looked around my house and I am fairly sure there is IKEA in every room.

indescribable is one of my favourite faith songs and this video is pretty amazing.

And there is Baskin & Robbins Ice cream Shop , I remember a great Mothers day Cake for Aunty Pat. And HOW do I choose my favourite Icecream? Think it would have to be a superb vanilla.

Then of course the is this wonderful colour.

I could have used Ice skating, india, Iceland or incinerator but I have no experience of these so I will stick to my imagination and think of Italy and Idaho.

Well I guess I am all done for I , having said that I am  sure to pop over to Jenny and read some excellent contributions and think Why did I not think of that.

Any way I am off to peep so have a great week


Mary said...

We just recently had an Ikea open near us...I had no idea they had meatballs :-)

JDaniel4's Mom said...

I haven't tried their meatballs. I love their prices.

EG Wow said...

I love IKEA. It always seems so bright and cheerful and CLEAN. :)

Teresa said...

Looked at a catalogue once, but that's about all I know about them.

Judie said...

There is an Ikea in Phoenix, and if I drove up there, I am sure I would find something I could not live without. I'm staying home.

Ames said...

I went to my first Ikea this year with my neighbor. My feet actually hurt after going through it. It was humongous! We did eat the swedish pork and red cabbage in the lunchroom. That was very good! Great "I" post!~Ames

Anna said...

Dear Teresa,
Thank you for visiting and commenting on my I-post! There seems to be some interest in Forse Gnista's cups, so I may list some in one of my shops.
I'll keep you posted. Unfortunately, they do not sell them at IKEA.

What fun that you have IKEA as one of your examples of I-words! Too bad you can't taste some homemade Swedish meatballs, but I think theirs are ok.

Yes, IKEA sells furniture at a reasonable price, but their products may not be destined to become heirlooms! (Maybe I should write a post about IKEA sometime? Next time we have the letter 'I'!!)

'I' is not an easy letter. The last time I wrote about 'I' I chose the word 'insecure'!

Best wishes & hugs,

For the benefit of other readers:
Anna's 'I is for Inventor'-JennyM's AT

Jingle said...

what a delicious I post.

myorii said...

Ikea and Baskin Robbins...2 things that actually exists in Tokyo! Yay! Ikea is actually a bit of a ways out there...almost about a half hour by train outside of the city. Everyone loves going there though. It's a haven for families and young couples on weekends. It's probably popular because it has the most affordable furniture that's also pretty stylish. Of course, unless you have a car (which most of us don't) you'd probably have to have them ship your furniture to your address. Oh, and they have the meatballs there. Can't forget about those! In fact, we make a day trip out of going to Ikea just to hang out and eat our meatballs :)

•••Mumsy••• said...

I've heard of Ikea, but have not been in one. I didn't know they sell foods there..

Wonderful I post!

Nora Johnson said...

Hi Tracy!

A new Ikea's just opened here in S Spain - and has attracted much interest from the Spanish!

Great post as always!

XOXO Lola:)

Terra said...

we don't have an Ikea in Denver yet...but one is supposedly coming.

Rocky Mountain Woman said...

There is an Ikea in Salt Lake and I haven't been there yet.

I guess I need to make a meatball run!

Charmingdesigns said...

I LOVE Ikea. When we lived in Oregon it was an hour away. Now in So. Cal. Its about 15 min. I love just walking around...not on weekends! To crowded

CollectIn Texas Gal said...

Well, I'm missing out here in Texas...we don't have least not that I know of. Maybe in Houston or bigger towns. Everyone seems to love their meatballs and prices. I'd probably like that, too.

Sue said...

I am one of the few people I know who has never been to Ikea, despite the fact that everyone seems to love going there.

I've got to go sometime soon; even if it is a bit of a drive.


Jackie said...

I don't like Ikea for the simple fact that I have had to assemble it but I like other things like the cups and blankets and silverware. Indigo is a very nice color and never heard of indescribable .

Gattina said...

We have two Ikeas in Brussels and I like to go there especially when it rains, even if I don't buy anything ! and their meatballs are a speciality !

H said...

Indescribable is one of my favourite worship songs too :)

Splendid Little Stars said...

Ikea is a fun store to walk through for inspiration.
love that song!
ice cream is high priority (mint chocolate chip is my usual favorite)
indigo is lovley1

Pondside said...

There was lots of choice for 'I' wasn't there?
I wish we had an IKEA on the island!

Jenny said...

You are so clever! I would have never thought of ice cream or IKEA! We have an IKEA fairly close to our house but I haven't been in soooo many years! I forgot about those meatballs!

Thanks for a fun stop today on our little journey through Alphabe-Thursday!

You are such an interesting lady!