Yesterday I removed all the Easter cards, chicks and bunting. My dresser looked so bare I decided to decorate it for May Day. I would have liked a Maypole and ribbons but I settled for making 4 May flower baskets. This was my first one, followed by this one I was running out of scraps […]
Looking forward to this!!!!!!!! The Pioneer Girl Project We are excited to share the good news that the design of Pioneer Girl: The Annotated Autobiography has begun and the cover will feature a watercolor entitled Silver Lake Reflections by artist Judy Thompson. It depicts a young Laura Ingalls Wilder surrounded by the prairie that defined […]
Originally posted on cancer killing recipe:
I’m quitting again my new job, but not because I’m quitter ( ? 🙂 ), but because I want to live and inspire some more… You know, I have been thorough a lot of stress – and now this Old Lady is very annoying… My immune system is coping…
I reblogged this because I love the richness of Kaffe. I have a very tenuous link too – Brandon Mably who is the manager of the Kaffe Fassett Studio is a very distant cousin. Suprisingly he even looks familiar!
I mean this literally ! We have an area of open plan garden at the side of the bungalow and today I planned to cut the grass and tidy up any weeds. The worst thing about this job is setting up the mower out there. I did this and cut a small area when the […]
After struggling to keep my Sainsbury Poppy Mugs clean (they had an annoying little ditch round the base inside – impossible to clean!) I decided to charity shop them (I did bleach them out well first) and treat myself to some new ones. I loved these Larch Mugs at first sight – some of the […]
Easter will soon be here and for me it means I have survived another winter! I have always loved Spring and I have trimmed up my kitchen dresser with chicks and bunting. I bought the chicks last year for 20p for the box and the bunting I found online for a couple of pounds. It […]
There is a great competition on Tigerlilly Quinn ‘s Blog to win a Joules Bedspread from Oldrids
After the fog horn going all night it is only now the sea fret is trying to lift.
I have just been into town and one of the galleries has a Fred Corrigan exhibition. This one is in the window – Tango It is £160 Really stunning by an artist who is from one of East Yorkshire’s best known showman’s families. Unfortunately I only had £20 in my purse! I like this […]