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Monday, January 30, 2012
It's been a beautiful weekend here. These are the early-bird daffodils I spoke about recently. The last of the orchid blooms are spent, so new blooms are most welcome. Have a great week!
Posted by Laurie at 5:24 AM 2 comments:
Friday, January 27, 2012
Thoughts of spring have been on my mind. The weather has been unseasonably warm, so that daffodils have begun blooming, and we needed no heat for a couple of days. Some fresh ideas for the shop have me excited, and ponderings shared with friends have given new inspiration. I captured this image one recent morning. Wishing you a lovely weekend!
Posted by Laurie at 11:39 PM 2 comments:
Monday, January 23, 2012
Slowly but surely, details and paperwork are being taken care of. This week, I plan to work on catching up on my ironing and mending. This morning is gray and drizzly, so it seems a good day for ironing. I have some Little House on the Prairie episodes from the library to amuse me while I work. I didn't watch them years ago, but after reading The Wilder Years, I thought I'd give them a look. I'm loving my new boots, a gift from my Mom. They bring me cheer on these gray days. I hope you too have things to cheer and amuse you these days!
Posted by Laurie at 9:10 AM 2 comments:
Saturday, January 14, 2012
He of The Green Tongue
I wanted to stop by and say hello. Progress is being made. Cabinets are being emptied and wiped down, oil lamps being readied for use... though it's been a very mild winter so far, I'm still hoping for a big snow storm... paperwork is being organized. It feels good! The picture is quintessential McNibs... he loves to vex Guinness with little tidbits he picks up. Have a wonderful weekend, friends!
Posted by Laurie at 9:12 AM 1 comment:
Tuesday, January 3, 2012
Birth of a New Year
I'm feeling the need to take a break from here, to literally and figuratively get my house in order. I'll be back before long. I hope you enjoy the music!
Posted by Laurie at 1:26 PM 2 comments:
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