COTE DE TEXAS: Houston Swedish Design

Houston Swedish Design


An antique Swedish Moro Clock sits in the hallway between the den and kitchen.

Last April, House Beautiful featured a Houston home that had been remodeled in true Swedish style.  The story made the cover and it was great fun for me because the owner is a friend of mine.  As is probably true of each story in a design magazine, there is always a more interesting tale that isn't told in its pages.  The home is located in Avalon, a section of River Oaks, Houston's toniest neighborhood.  But, this home isn't a mansion, it is a very livable 3,500 sq. ft.  The home is original to the neighborhood, so it is probably over 50 years old.  When the owners first moved in, they had just sold everything from their former house and they immediately got down to the business of amassing  an amazing collection of English antique furniture and paintings.  They spent years acquiring a house full of furniture - piece by piece.  Each purchase was deliberate and thoughtful, a process between the owners and their designer, Carol Glasser, one of Houston's finest.  It was a fascinating process to watch from the sidelines and one that could  cause great envy! Imagine the scenario - starting over completely from scratch and placing inside your home only that which you truly love -- no dreaded hand-me-downs and no make-do furniture.  This style of decorating is one at which Glasser excels.  She doesn't mind waiting years for just the "right" table or the "perfect" lamp to turn up.  This style might not be to everyone's liking, but these owners proved to be the perfect clients.  They embraced Glasser's style and, as a result, the finished project was perfect:  a cozy English, country-style home, filled with authentic antiques, Italian oil paintings, wall to wall seagrass, faux painted yellow and red walls, toile wallpapers, Bennison fabrics and Kenneth Turner candles.  It was an open, fun house - the site of many parties where people gathered around a roaring fire and lounged in the deep George Smith sofa, all the while remarking on how warm and inviting the home was.  So, it was a great surprise to many, including Glasser herself, when the wife declared she had changed.  She no longer loved her home's decor, she wanted a new look - a Swedish look - and not just a Swedish antique here and there, but a total, complete Swedish home.  And so, for the second time, everything in the house was either sold or was stored and they started the process of decorating their home, completely from scratch, again. 

On the sidelines, I looked on with amazement.  It was so exciting to watch - trips made to Breaux Bridge, Louisiana to visit an obscure, yet fabulous antique dealer from whom they purchased, amongst other things,  antique portraits of  unknown, serious Swedish citizens.  Piece after piece of beautiful peeling, gray painted Swedish antiques were procured from the ends of the earth.  The owners were ahead of the current Swedish trend and it worked to their advantage.  Glasser immediately enlisted the help of renown interior designer and author Katrin Cargill

from England.  Cargill's input in the project was formidable.  She had, after all, written a book on Swedish style. The house was taken down to it's studs and every single inch was changed - from the roof to the floors to the windows to the walls.  Nothing was usual or common, it was all custom and proved almost too difficult a job for the Houston builder who worked on the project. Cargill held to her guns and insisted on a certain degree of authenticity.  Their house is, without a doubt, the only house in Houston with limed, Canadian pine wood floors. 

Interestingly, the house had been a cover story before - the English interpretation was in  Country Living magazine several years prior.  Included here today are some of the pictures from that original story, although, unfortunately, there are a few missing.  Personally, I made out like a bandit in the switchover to the Swedish decor:  I now own a wonderful down-filled love seat in my bedroom that once lived in their sunroom, a glorious antique bulls-eye mirror from the French Quarter is now over my fireplace, my dining room chandelier once hung in their bedroom, and even some of my fabulous tortoiseshell blinds were once in their home!   What this couple did is something most of us will never be able to do:  to start over, with no baggage, and have only that which you absolutely love in your home, that is, until you change your style to - well, let's say something like - Indochine Chic.


The family room:  this half of the room is more dressy - antique French mantle, Swedish portrait to the right, antique Swedish table and chairs.


Family Room:  the other half with contemporary sofa upholstered in typical Swedish checks.  Authentic Swedish roll up shades, antique sofa faces "dressier" half.  For some unknown reason, no pictures were shown in the magazine of their beautiful living room.


Another view of family room from Cargill's web site.


Again, from Cargill's web site - blue family room with contemporary checked sofa.


The dining room:  Antique Swedish chandelier and sconces, buffet and mirror.  Chairs are reproduction Swedish.  Table is one of the only remaining pieces from the former English decor.  Moldings below are wood, above - painted.


From Cargill's web site:  dining room with antique faux Swedish stove on the left, view towards the family room.


Small sunroom is a highlight of the home.  Gray and white botanicals were photocopied, pasted on the walls and then handpainted to glorious effect.  Antique Swedish sofa, chair, demilune tables, and chandelier.  Checks are used again as they are in every room in the house.


The breakfast room is charming:  antique Swedish chairs, table.  Banquette is covered in checks, French linen used for shades.  Wallpaper is a red and cream Swedish pattern.


The kitchen has Carrera marble countertops, Swedish shades, and a turquoise, contemporary pendant fixture.


From Cargill's web site - same view, unstyled.


Another shot of the kitchen with it's custom hood.  Close up of wood paneled walls used throughout the home.


Close up of Swedish portrait of a lady in the family room.


Set of white French dishes with owners' initial.


The entrance hall, from Cargill's web site.  Note the doggie door that leads to a secret hiding spot.  Cargill inserted touches like this throughout the home.


One of the daughter's bedroom with antique furniture and red checks.  Note how the rug is actually three separate pieces. 


The master bedroom:  House Beautiful did not show any pictures of this room.  It is captured here from Cargill's web site, unstyled.   The room has Chelsea Editions fabric wall covering along with Chelsea Editions curtain fabric and furniture.  To the left, you can barely make out an antique Swedish sofa.


Country Living Magazine:  From the first incantation - the English version of the blue family room with its wonderful slipcovered furniture.  Coffee table was a tufted ottoman atop false books.  Italian paintings, Oushak rug over wall to wall seagrass.  Walls were faux painted yellow.


The original kitchen:  antique center island, freestanding range, large hanging pot rack and red and cream toile wallpaper.  Floors were painted hardwoods.

jw4 n

Unseen in House Beautiful, the original living room:  Originally there were faux painted red walls, antique mantel, center ottoman, antique sofa, Colefax and Fowler chintz draperies.  Bullseye mirror over fireplace lives over my fireplace now!!


Original dining room:  same table, Kenneth Turner center basket, antique tole chandelier, leather French chairs, Oushak carpet over seagrass, antique mirror and sconces.  In the new Swedish remodel, doors were removed for cleaner lines and in order to create enfilades.


Original front facade, covered in ivy.  Rose garden to the left.

Br6ste5ns 041

New facade:  while windows are in the same place, they are new ones, new door color, ivy and shutters are long gone.  The biggest difference is the landscaping.  A landscape architect from England, brought to the project by Cargill, changed the center walkway.  Now an alee of clipped, square shaped trees creates a path up the center of the lawn.

Br6ste5ns 042

The "official" walkway up to the house is now on the right side of the facade.


My family room with the antique bulls eye mirror now resides over my fireplace.


My dining room chandelier moved from the owners' bedroom.  Hi Sammie Jo!!!

mybedroom 031

And last, my bedroom with the love seat on the right under the tortoiseshell blinds moved from the owners previous sunroom.



  1. Wow! Well you know which style I like the best! Yes, I'll stick with the original photos! Great post! Glad the scans worked out.

  2. I'd stand on my head too! Love the images and feel as though I just took a little road trip to Sweden by way of Cote de Texas. Visit me today as I mentioned you and your "joie de vivre"- :)

  3. Awesome! I'm ready to paint and tear out some upper cabinets. Thank you for your always inspiring posts!

  4. Wow! Fascinating post! Especially appreciate the exterior shots and garden redesign insight.

  5. As usual, your post is fascinating but I am sick with the waste. How spoiled are these clients. At some point enough is enough. I say to them Grow UP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!Your self importance is sickening.

  6. Ronda - thanks!!! Yes it worked out. I had lost my original copy of the Country Living magazine and Ronda, Scottish person originally form Houston saved hers and was so kind to scan the pictures for me.
    Thanks again.

    pVe - Wow - I read your post!! Much thanks blush blush.

    Euro and Kiwi, thanks. I love the landscaping especially too!!

  7. To my favorite Anonymous:

    Wow - what did I ever do to you? I've always tried to be considerate and answer all your questions, rather they were rude or not.

    "Your self importance is sickening" ????

    Thanks babe! You're welcome back to my "home" anytime. not.

  8. Fascinating to see the before & after! How lucky are they to be able to just start over from scratch?! (And, lucky for you too!)
    Great post Joni!

  9. Ready to hop in the Volvo and head on down to visit them! (and you!)

  10. To Cote, I didn't mean your self importance! I have never thought that of you. I always enjoy your site. It's the self importance of these clients. So much money wasted!

  11. Anon: you love me! you really love me! haha - ok, I was like wondering, gosh -what did I do to him? Thanks for clearing that up.

    I guess it might seem like a waste, but when you have sooo much to waste....if you know what I mean. Actually the owner is very sweet, she just knows what she wants and has the ability to obtain it. Most people don't. And like I said, I got a windfall from the change. She was very generous in her prices, very, very.

  12. Glad to hear her prices were fair to you!

  13. Honestly,I prefer rooms that grow over time & in a much more personal way than these spaces have.It isn't so much about money as it is about authenticity.This stylist's aesthetic leaves me cold.I believe one could still do a major shift from English to Swedish (or heck,French to Japanese or Martian) and still have more of your own 'treasures'/art/soul/personality invested than I see here.These rooms make me think of Hadley's comment recently noted on Mrs.B's blog about clients who "have no possessions and bring nothing along, you feel that there has been no life before." :-(
    All that being said,glad you picked up some items for your own lovely house.

  14. What a beautiful home, although I can't really relate to that story at all, as I imagine most of us can't. It would be fun to start over & go with only what you love (and obviously be able to spend a mint), but in reality, that's not what most of us "normal" folks can do.

    And that's why we have magazines (and blogs), to drool and enjoy other people's homes from a distance! How great that you were able to score such beautiful things for yourself in the overhaul.

    I actually prefer the English look better myself, but can appreciate the other Swedish version for it's beauty.


  15. The new swedish rooms are so much more pleasant to me. Even when they drift english, as with that charming red and white wall paper. I felt the earlier english rooms were heavy and had that new money "decorated look" since the english model involves worn and saggy and inherited. I'm completely jealous of their antique chandelier, and they did keep some of what worked in the old house. It just looks much more appealing in light colors. And that suzani/celadon paint/turquoise glass combo is lovely Joni.

  16. Barbara & New Anon: - the house did grown over time, that's exactly the way Carol Glasser works. She buys piece by piece with her clients, not just the whole lot comes to the house one day type of decorating. It's a process that takes years. And this client does have taste, wonderful, wonderful, original taste. The english version of the house was fabulous. It doesn't come across in the pictures. I never understood why she wanted to change and I'm partial to the english design, but the Swedish version does have it's appeal. Personally I love the veranda swedish home in Dallas - that is absolutely gorgeous.

  17. Ok, this post is exactly what makes your blog so unique, Joni. You bring innovation and a fresh viewpoint with your illustrated stories, along with a personal element and a dash of sporting tension in the comments -LOL. I like both styles for completely different reasons and actually prefer your house to either, no slight to your friend intended. She does have wonderful taste and what she does with her money and home is her business, right?

  18. Fascinating posting!! Hard to know which style that I like better -- each incarnation has wonderful aspects .... the designers did an outstanding job! I do love the new front walkway and the landscaping! Thanks as always for sharing such a transformation!

    Jan at Rosemary Cottage

  19. I do know that I love the botanical wall treatment in the sunroom. I think it looks fantastic!

  20. I remember when the Swedish version of the home was featured, and I asked you about it. I think it is beautiful, and I prefer it over the English version. However, seeing the Swedish look in a fairly pure form, I think that I like more of a general European look that mixes French, Swedish, and even a little English.

    I love the before and after contrast! The brick of the exterior of the house in its before picture looks very dark. Was it painted? Or was it covered in ivy? I love the green door of the new incarnation, and the soft color of the brick.

    Great post! And, congrats on your Washington Post mention!

  21. Joni, I enjoyed this post, very much and will pass it on to someone I know from Sweden, who just finished building a new home in Texas.

    Thank you so much for coming by, your kind comment and thank you too, for taking a look at Kim's "project".


  22. I enjoyed this post very much, but personally the Swedish style leaves me cold. The furniture looks horribly uncomfortable.

  23. My god I loved this post. What a transformation. I agree with so many points of view. Both syles of this home are completely appealing. I love the coziness of the english style with the plump couches, and I agree with Suzanne that the swedish furniture looks uncomfortable.

    I do however prefer the colour scheme of the swedish style. I think the pale blues and pinks are such a delight and the white open kitchen, to me, looks like a much more pleasurable work area.

    I'm completely in love with the curtain in the master bedroom. I will save this pic if thats ok for reference for my own bedroom.

    Oh and thank you ever so kindly for posting more photo's of your exquisite home Joni. I can just imagine myself rummaging through your fabulous extensive book collection and nestling in your crisp white wing back with a glass of merlot. I promise not to spill any hehe ;)

    Anna :)

  24. Hi - thanks for all your comments!! I've wanted to post this for a long time but never had the time before to do it properly! I think it's about mixed between who likes the old over the new. I like the old myself. I agree with you Anna - I like the colors of the Swedish better though. Anyway, it's a fun fantasy, nontheless.
    Thanks for all your comments y'all!!

  25. I really enjoyed looking at the photographs and love Swedish style. But I always have a little giggle about the "English" decorating on any American site because it's never quite really English - it's not as sagging, untidy, faded and worn as a real English room. :)

  26. what a fantasy it would be to change your style completely overnight and start from scratch! I'm afraid I love my "stuff" too much to do that though. I can't decide which style I like best but regardless you got some fabulous things for a very good price :o) Gotta love that! Great post as always!

  27. Google won't let me create an account for some reason, but I'm the Swede that Pat is referring to. I love the pics and when looking at the inside pics feel like I'm transplanted back to an old "herrgård" in Sweden. BTW the clock is actually called a Mora clock (not Moro). Mora is a town in the province of Dalarna.

    I think I'm probably the only one that loves the afters more than the before.

  28. Thank you Joni, for such a beautiful blog, every morning I come here to visit, read, learn, and enjoy with you my cup of coffee, I am a stsrter and I'm traying to learn how to share my decotative passion with everyone, I'm still working on it, I want to learn more, and you inspire me lots!!

  29. Lena - Welcome! Thanks for the Moro/Mora correction!! I always make the mistake for some unknown reason. I love those clocks.

    Romantice Souvenirs - thanks for your sweet works, - be sure to come back!!!

    Deserae: Hi girl!

    Shaker Diva: acutally, their English decor was pretty authentic. When a stylists comes around, everything gets a new shine.


  30. What a wonderful post. I learn so much from all your writing. Good of you to share.

    The colors of the Swedish makeover appeal to me most, but it doesn't look very cozy. Loved the info on the gardens/landscaping too.

  31. Another great post, Joni! Fun to see so many options, the Swedish style has some appeal to me, although I love the English best! And lucky you to get such great stuff!


  32. I am familiar with Katrin Cargill's work from my London days. Really beautiful decor here!

  33. Thank you Joni for the link to this post.
    It is fantastic and a wealth of information (as usual).
    I couldn't resist purchasing Katrin Cargill's book via Amazon UK.
    I agree with you, the Swedish version is my favorite.


  34. Wonderful decorating! Very true to the Swedish Gustavian style. I have been living in Sweden for a couple of decades now and, though I love the Swedish (Gustavian) style, I think that it is a bit limiting in its pure state because it is so special. However, it is irresistable and mixes easily with other styles if one likes a country look. Today I was lucky enough to pick up a rather rare find even in Sweden--a kitchen table from the 1700's with the original blue paint and well-worn top. The thing about Sweden is that there are so many great pieces still left here (so far) and at reasonable prices. Gustavian furniture, in particular, is popular among the French as well, and not surprisingly so considering the origins of the Gustavian style. Anyway, fantastic decorating job!

  35. [url=]help prescription buy toproltoprol nextday online consultant[/url]
    sales cheap toproltoprol cheap uk
    [url=]toprol xl generic problemstoprol xl compared to cordarone[/url]
    buy toprol in Londononline toprol
    [url=]buy toprol in North Carolinacold hands with toprol xl[/url]
    delivery generic COD toproltoprol generic order
    [url=]toprol long term effect prescription fedexbuy toprol in Rhode Island[/url]
    buy toprol in Alaskatoprol uk saturday delivery
    [url=]buy toprol in Illinoisbuy toprol online without prescription[/url]
    toprol xl eqtoprol stock cheap cheap
    [url=]rx order cheap toproltoprol overnight[/url]
    side effects of toprol xl 50mgbuy toprol in Sheffield
    [url=]cheap toproltoprol delivery generic[/url]
    toprol xl replacement rxbuy toprol in Kansas
    [url=]where buy cod order toproltoprol fedex without prescription[/url]
    toprol saturday order online consultanttoprol by cod
    [url=]toprol xl alternativestoprol xl and thyroid conditions[/url]
    toprol xl pulled from markettoprol approval canadian order
    [url=]toprol xl impotence how long lastbuy toprol in Glasgow[/url]
    lower dose of toprol xldelivery canadian buy toprol

  36. famvir side effects avon facades avandia side effects tratsch gfroerer effexor side effects rising zocor side effects ortonville sacristani aciphex side effects grumbling

  37. [url=][img][/img][/url]

    [url=]issues with buying cigarettes [/url]
    buy sport cigarettes buying cigarettes online in canada buy luxury cigarettes
    [url=]age buy cigarettes [/url]
    buy cigarettes online native american buy cigarettes from a buy south carolina cigarettes
    [url=]death cigarettes buy [/url]
    buy cigarettes online using money order buy empty cigarette packs on line to buy duty free cigarettes
    [url=]buying uk cigarettes in thailand [/url]
    were to buy charter menthol cigarettes remove cigarette order from a home buy newport cigarettes online
    [url=]is it legal to buy indian cigarettes on the internet [/url]
    buy cigarette carton buy bastos cigarettes is it safe to buy cigarettes online
    [url=]alternative cigarettes buy [/url]
    buy kentucky cigarettes online where to buy crown 7 cigarettes buy cigarettes in austria
    [url=]buy cigarette online with an amex [/url]
    buy electronic cigarette in ohio cigarette age to buy buy camel crush cigarettes online

  38. [url=][img][/img][/url]


    [b]Quetiapine tablet[/b]
    [u]What is this medicine?[/u]
    [b][u]QUETIAPINE[/u][/b] is an antipsychotic. It is used to treat schizophrenia and bipolar disorder, also known as manic-depression.

    [u]What should I tell my health care provider before I take this medicine?[/u]
    They need to know if you have any of these conditions:

    •brain tumor or head injury
    •breast cancer
    •difficulty swallowing
    •heart disease
    •kidney disease
    •liver disease
    •low blood counts, like low white cell, platelet, or red cell counts
    •low blood pressure or dizziness when standing up
    •Parkinson's disease
    •previous heart attack
    •suicidal thoughts, plans, or attempt by you or a family member
    •thyroid disease
    •an unusual or allergic reaction to quetiapine, other medicines, foods, dyes, or preservatives
    •pregnant or trying to get pregnant


    [url= ]seroquel 300mg forum [/url]
    peripheral neuropathy and seroquel insulin resistance seroquel bruise bupropion hematoma seroquel strattera
    [url= ]seroquel sideeffects [/url]
    seroquel 12.5mg abrupt withdrawal seroquel seroquel site
    [url= ]seroquel causing head paresthesia tingling [/url]
    adderals affect on seroquel seroquel nms lawsuits generalized anxiety disorder seroquel
    [url= ]about seroquel [/url]
    seroquel safe for sleep buy seroquel india seroquel harmful estrogens
    [url= ]risperdal seroquel [/url]
    seroquel pain management seroquel alzheimers seroquel starter pak
    [url= ]can seroquel be stopped suddenly [/url]
    side effects of seroquel fda alert seroquel dementia seroquel child
    [url= ]seroquel forthe dope non prescript [/url]
    seroquel iv seroquel xr tongue seroquel 25mg
    [url= ]seroquel and pot [/url]
    drug interaction seroquel trazadone seroquel children dose seroquel and decrease in semen
    [url= ]seroquel weight gain [/url]
    seroquel and dopamine levels seroquel cost price seroquel depo
    [url= ]children taking seroquel [/url]
    drinking while on seroquel ativan interaction seroquel seroquel lexapro

  39. [url=][img][/img][/url]


    [b][u]What is/are Aleve Tablets?[/u][/b]
    [u]NAPROXEN [/u]is a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID). It is used to reduce swelling and to treat pain. This medicine may be used for dental pain, headache, or painful monthly periods. It is also used for painful joint and muscular problems such as arthritis, tendinitis, bursitis, and gout. This medicine may be used for other purposes; ask your health care provider or pharmacist if you have questions.

    [u]What should I tell my health care providers before I take this medicine?[/u]
    They need to know if you have any of these conditions:

    •cigarette smoker
    •drink more than 3 alcohol containing drinks a day
    •heart disease or circulation problems such as heart failure or leg edema (fluid retention)
    •high blood pressure
    •kidney disease
    •liver disease
    •stomach bleeding or ulcers
    •an unusual or allergic reaction to naproxen, aspirin, other NSAIDs, other medicines, foods, dyes, or preservatives
    •pregnant or trying to get pregnant


    [url= ]is aleve synthesized or naturally occuring [/url]
    is aleve synthesized is aleve synthesised is aleve safe while breastfeeding
    [url= ]is aleve safe for pregnant women [/url]
    is aleve safe during pregnancy is aleve safe during breastfeeding is aleve safe
    [url= ]is aleve naproxen [/url]
    is aleve ibuprofen is aleve considered a blood thinner is aleve better than advil
    [url= ]is aleve bad for you [/url]
    is aleve bad for birds is aleve available in canada is aleve and naprosyn similar
    [url= ]is aleve an nsaid [/url]
    is aleve an asprin is aleve an antihistamine is aleve an anti-inflammatory
    [url= ]is aleve an anti-inflamitory [/url]
    is aleve an anti-inflamatory is aleve an anti inflammatory is aleve a muscle relaxer
    [url= ]is aleve a mixture of stereoisomers [/url]
    is aleve a blood thinner interactions aleve interaction of aspirin aleve
    [url= ]interaction of aleve with ibuprofen [/url]
    interaction between cipro and aleve ingredients of aleve ingredients n aleve
    [url= ]ingredients in aleve [/url]
    ingredients aleve ingrediants of aleve information on medication aleve
    [url= ]information on aleve [/url]
    info on aleve indocin aleve imitrex and aleve

  40. [url=][img][/img][/url]


    [u][b]Clarithromycin tablet[/b][/u]
    [u]What is this medicine?[/u]
    CLARITHROMYCIN is a macrolide antibiotic. It stops the tumour of some bacteria. It is cast-off to treat multifarious kinds of infections, like heed, respiratory, and lamina infections. It commitment not exertion payment colds, flu, or other viral infections.

    [u]What should I recognize my robustness mindfulness provider ahead I take this medicine?[/u]
    They scarcity to be versed if you have any of these conditions:

    •bowel virus, like colitis
    •random heartbeat or basic nature disease
    •kidney disorder
    •liver malady
    •an bizarre or allergic reprisal to clarithromycin, other macrolide antibiotics, other medicines, foods, dyes, or preservatives
    •in a family way or infuriating to retrieve up the spout


    [url=]taking biaxin [/url]
    the drug biaxin typical dosage of biaxin vicodin and biaxin interactions

  41. [url=][img][/img][/url]


    [u][b]Cephalexin Monohydrate capsule[/b][/u]
    [u]What is this medicine?[/u]
    CEPHALEXIN is a cephalosporin antibiotic. It kills or stops the growth of some bacteria. This medicine is used to

    treat many kinds of infections. It will not work for colds, flu, or other viral infections.
    [u]What should my health care professional know before I take this medicine?[/u]
    They need to know if you have any of these conditions:
    * kidney disease
    * stomach or intestine problems, especially colitis
    * an unusual or allergic reaction to cephalexin, other cephalosporins, penicillins, other antibiotics, medicines, foods,

    * dyes or preservatives
    * pregnant or trying to get pregnant
    * breast-feeding


    [url= ]keflex for uti [/url]
    [url= ]keflex for uti emedicine [/url]
    [url= ]keflex for uti infection dosage canine [/url]
    [url= ]keflex for utis [/url]
    [url= ]keflex for wounds in dogs [/url]
    [url= ]keflex formula [/url]
    [url= ]keflex generic [/url]
    [url= ]keflex generic brand [/url]
    [url= ]keflex ginko [/url]
    [url= ]keflex gonorrhea [/url]

    keflex gonorrhea dosage keflex hallucination
    keflex hcpcs code
    keflex hcpcs code3 keflex headache
    keflex heart palpitations
    keflex hose keflex how long used for
    keflex how to take
    keflex hvac products keflex imha
    keflex impetago
    keflex impetigo keflex in ge neric form
    keflex in pregnancy
    keflex in renal impairment keflex inc
    keflex increase liver enzymes
    keflex indications keflex infant nursing
    keflex inflamatory breast cancer
    keflex inflammatory breast cancer keflex info
    keflex information
    keflex ingedients keflex injection
    keflex insomnia
    keflex instruction keflex instructions efficacy re strep
    keflex interaction with coumadin

  42. hi guys your web site is good and interesting

  43. A gink begins sneering his perceptiveness teeth the senior often he bites eccentric more than he can chew.

  44. To be a good lenient being is to have a make of openness to the mankind, an gift to trusteeship unsure things beyond your own restrain, that can govern you to be shattered in uncommonly outermost circumstances pro which you were not to blame. That says something exceedingly impressive thither the prerequisite of the honest compulsion: that it is based on a trust in the up in the air and on a willingness to be exposed; it's based on being more like a spy than like a jewel, something fairly tenuous, but whose extremely item attractiveness is inseparable from that fragility.

  45. To be a noble charitable being is to have a philanthropic of openness to the in the seventh heaven, an gift to trusteeship undeterminable things beyond your own pilot, that can front you to be shattered in very outermost circumstances as which you were not to blame. That says something uncommonly important with the fettle of the honest compulsion: that it is based on a corporation in the up in the air and on a willingness to be exposed; it's based on being more like a weed than like a treasure, something somewhat fragile, but whose very precise handsomeness is inseparable from that fragility.

  46. I don't like the durable of all those lists he's making - it's like fetching too many notes at seminary; you sense you've achieved something when you haven't.

  47. In the whole world's sustenance, at some pass‚, our inner throw goes out. It is then bust into zeal at hand an face with another human being. We should all be under obligation recompense those people who rekindle the inner inspiration

  48. In harry's life, at some time, our inner pep goes out. It is then break asunder into passion at hand an encounter with another hominoid being. We should all be under obligation recompense those people who rekindle the inner transport

  49. In the whole world's sustenance, at some dated, our inner foment goes out. It is then burst into zeal at near an contend with with another magnanimous being. We should all be thankful for the duration of those people who rekindle the inner inspiration

  50. In everyone's existence, at some dated, our inner pep goes out. It is then blow up into passion by an encounter with another hominoid being. We should all be under obligation for those people who rekindle the inner inspiration

  51. In harry's time, at some time, our inner throw goes out. It is then bust into enthusiasm at hand an be faced with with another magnanimous being. We should all be indebted quest of those people who rekindle the inner inclination

  52. In the whole world's time, at some pass‚, our inner throw goes out. It is then break asunder into flame at hand an face with another magnanimous being. We should all be under obligation for the duration of those people who rekindle the inner spirit

  53. In everyone's existence, at some occasion, our inner pep goes out. It is then bust into enthusiasm at near an contend with with another hominoid being. We should all be thankful quest of those people who rekindle the inner transport

  54. In everyone's time, at some time, our inner throw goes out. It is then blow up into enthusiasm at hand an face with another human being. We should all be under obligation for the duration of those people who rekindle the inner spirit

  55. In everyone's life, at some time, our inner throw goes out. It is then blow up into enthusiasm beside an encounter with another hominoid being. We should all be under obligation for the duration of those people who rekindle the inner inclination

  56. In every tom's time, at some pass‚, our inner foment goes out. It is then blow up into passion at hand an be faced with with another magnanimous being. We should all be under obligation quest of those people who rekindle the inner spirit

  57. In every tom's life, at some occasion, our inner foment goes out. It is then blow up into flame at hand an be faced with with another human being. We should all be under obligation for the duration of those people who rekindle the inner spirit

  58. In every tom's existence, at some pass‚, our inner throw goes out. It is then bust into enthusiasm beside an encounter with another hominoid being. We should all be under obligation for those people who rekindle the inner inspiration

  59. In everyone's sustenance, at some pass‚, our inner fire goes out. It is then break asunder into zeal at near an be faced with with another benign being. We should all be indebted recompense those people who rekindle the inner inspiration

  60. In every tom's life, at some pass‚, our inner pep goes out. It is then break asunder into zeal at near an face with another human being. We should all be glad for those people who rekindle the inner inspiration

  61. In every tom's existence, at some occasion, our inner throw goes out. It is then break asunder into zeal by an face with another magnanimous being. We should all be under obligation for those people who rekindle the inner inclination

  62. I know this is really boring and you are skipping to the next comment, but I just wanted to throw you a big thanks - you cleared up some things for me!
    Purchase Cheap Tramadol Online

  63. Sildenafil citrate, sold as Viagra, Revatio and eye various other trade names, is a drug toughened to handling of erectile dysfunction and pulmonary arterial hypertension (PAH). It was developed and is being marketed by the pharmaceutical ensemble Pfizer. It acts next to inhibiting cGMP specific phosphodiesterase classification 5, an enzyme that regulates blood stream in the penis. Since enhancing readily obtainable in 1998, sildenafil has been the prime treatment recompense erectile dysfunction; its outstanding competitors on the market are tadalafil (Cialis) and vardenafil (Levitra).

  64. Hi there, I found your blog via Google blogsearch and your post looks very interesting for me.
    Buy Ultram Online

  65. Hello, I think this is the coollest blog I`ve seen. I really like your theme.
    Order Cheap Cialis

  66. Hello, I think this is the coollest blog I`ve seen. I really like your theme.
    Buy Levitra On Sale Online

  67. [url=]car insurance Phoenix[/url]
    [url=]car insurance Charlotte[/url]

    [url=]cheap car insurance for young driver in the uk[/url]
    [url=]young drivers car insurance uk[/url]
    [url=]car insurance quote nj[/url]
    [url=]line direct car insurance[/url]
    [url=]sainsbury car insurance[/url]

  68. fioricet consultationfioricet vicoden
    The area of full regions in the group, far, were also elected until the real and act behavioral federal institutions of the acquisition.

  69. Hello, your blog is uber cool. Congrats!
    Buy Tramadol UK

  70. TRON: Legacy psp TRON: Legacy movie stream [url=]TRON: Legacy the movie [/url] TRON: Legacy downloading films TRON: Legacy
    Life as We Know It download Life as We Know It preview [url=]download Life as We Know It movie online [/url] Life as We Know It movie direct download Life as We Know It psp
    apple movie trailer The Tourist The Tourist download full movie [url=]length of The Tourist movie [/url] The Tourist movie pictures The Tourist online

  71. hey buddy,this is one of the best posts that I�ve ever seen; you may include some more ideas in the same theme. I�m still waiting for some interesting thoughts from your side in your next post.

  72. Very helpful piece of writing, much thanks for the article.

  73. Excellent blog here! Also your web site loads up
    fast! What web host are you using? Can I get your affiliate link to your host?

    I wish my site loaded up as fast as yours lol
    My homepage -

  74. From the tons of comments on your articles, I guess I am not the only one having all the enjoyment here! keep up the good work. Thanks for sharing the information