Monday morning just isn't the same

Monday mornings just aren’t the same without my usual surf of reviews and run downs on last night’s “Mad Men” episode. I’m having withdrawl. The interiors and the characters somehow rounded out my week and I’m missing it. So, starting next Monday we will  have an in depth analysis of the interiors on Mad Men –

Do you have a Mad Men inspired (or just happened to exist) room? Does your home or office look like the show? I’d love to see pictures!

So, what was my first reaction to the season finale? “Oooooo, they get to build all new sets!” hee hee.

Can’t wait for next season!

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