… it’s beginning to look – and feel* – like Christmas. I took a few photos this afternoon and wanted to share them with y’all (and document for myself so I remember next year). Here’s the entry hall. Just three poinsettias. There was a fourth, but he went into this week’s trash. maybe because that splash of sunshine didn’t come until just a few days ago. or maybe because I overwatered… Looking off to the right is the dining room. Those big poinsettias flanking the breakfront and the greens topping it are traditional, but the centerpiece on the table is … Continue reading Around Here.
…inspired by sara to share my favorites for this year. it’s a fun way to look back. and it really does make me realize (yet again) what a wonderful year it has been. thank you to everyone who’s reading this … Continue reading 2012 favorites.
…I really had fun with all your comments on my post last thursday – thank you! apparently marc was just tired and cranky that night, because the next day he was most encouraging (we went to lowes and home depot … Continue reading four trees.
images and descriptions are here and here well, november, you certainly did not disappoint! we settled in, celebrated (a lot!), started a few new routines and even knitted (just a little). I have to say, I enjoyed every minute of it. … Continue reading a look back at november.
…whoa. I knew it had been a while, but until I took the photos of the finished spreads this morning and saved the slightly edited versions, I had no idea it had been eleven weeks. nearly three months. of course … Continue reading project life weeks 24 through 34.
…a month that saw lots of activity. big changes and big celebrations, with just enough plain ordinary thrown in to keep our sanity. you can see all the details and descriptions here we are settling into our new home. the … Continue reading a look back at october.
…stopping by quickly to share a few things. karen, mary and holly at the finish line the walk is done. it was wonderful. thank you to everyone who supported us. and special thanks to my sister karen for being the … Continue reading a short blogging break.