Round here and a result!
Where have these past two days gone? It’s over the top busy here.
First course of business… sorry about the lateness…the random generator gave me number seven Jeannine Bergers Everett!!!
My kitchen table looks like this these days. I’m trying to catch up on several projects and trying to send out my good mail club letters too.
A few friends were over for tea and coffee and I took out this funky set. It’s Crown Devon Harlequin. It works for both tea and coffee, don’t you think? It’s lovely to spend time with friends.
And the best treat: Kerstie is over with our little girls. I just love how red Bunny’s hair is now. I hope she stays our little Irish lass.
Now it’s stopped raining so we’re off for a walk.
And tonight we’re all off to MUSE! Rock on!!
Carol Early Cooney
Lovely! Lots of bright colors for a winter’s day.
Jeannine Bergers Everett
Super yay!!! It’s like my birthday, only it’s not! 🙂
Such sweet little babies! Beautiful colors in the quilt for 2 beautiful babies.
Hi Marrianna, I’m so glad you stopped by and left your addy. 🙂 I’ve now followed you so we can get to know each other.
Yes, it does work for tea and coffee. Like that typewriter, too. And the beautiful children and colorful quilt.
Sabra, that handmade quilt was $5 at a tag sale! Can you believe it? 🙂
Beautiful post with those little sweeties! Oh my!!! That tea set is wonderful and I’m loving the table with the typewriter and all the paper…feels lived in!!!
Hi Nicole, I was just thinking that tea set would look great under your morning glory trellis this summer. 🙂
What a beautiful way to be busy!
Thanks Michelle. Those two are a lot of work!
Love your funky tea set!!
It is funky, isn’t it Becca. 🙂
Love that table annd typewriter! Love that tea set and the fact that you shared with friends! Love, love those cuties! Such a vibrant and busy life you show in your photography!
Hi Peggy, thank you so much. Can you believe that my father bought that beautiful maple table for his cabin but never put it there. I begged him for it and he finally gave it to me. Oh the pester power of children!!! 🙂
I have a beautiful antique one that my dad gave me, from early 1900’s…used for writing and correcting….character and inspiring!
I have a an antique wooden desk that my dad gave me too! It is use for writing and correcting and now the laptop….no typewriter here. I am sure that it did have a typewriter on it at one time. The items we cherish!
Love the tea set! Looks like a set of watercolors like you could paint with your friends too 🙂 And that quilt! My mom is a quilter, she would love that–i love it, so happy!