Monthly Archives: September 2018

End of September….

      A house is built with walls & beams…a Home is built with hopes and dreams -from a French mural Hello…     With summer over and October just around the corner…     I’m reminded what a scrumptious summer this has been     The joy of company…a few get-aways and just recently several simple fun projects completed…I’m ready for October      a decorative bike…a fresh coat of paint…polka dotted seat…     and a large bouquet of dried hydrageneas presenting a somewhat autumn-y feel.      a new pathway in the backyard     will come in … Read the full blog post

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Feeling Fall🍂

  ”The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes, but in having new eyes.”~Marcel Proust   Hello…🍂     This time of year the light becomes illuminating…         Outside the first yellow leaves are beginning to fall…🍂     🍂For me a new energy buzzes in the air…     calling for a change of pace…🍂     🍂and scenery.     The season is in transition…🍂     🍂The end of summer…     and early autumn In the garden…🍂         🍂can be a tricky moment to negotiate…     … Read the full blog post

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Simple Charming Autumn

  “The world is ruled by letting things take their course.” Lao-Tzu   Hello!     Fall has arrived…🌻well almost               Something which reminds me that…     summer is coming to an end…     are the flowers…     in my garden         These beautiful orange flowers ( I don’t know their name… do you?) begin blooming late summer into early Fall.                 They are so beautiful and present a moment of stunning seasonal inspiration.          which allows me to bring the … Read the full blog post

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Just a Cottage…

  “He who loves an old house never loves in vain” –Isabel Fiske Conant     Hello…hello…hello!     I’ve been quite the social butterfly over here…         And with each passing social event…     there seems to be new discoveries living on the Oregon coast particularly in a vintage cottage.     There’s no question that my love for cottage style is fueled by what I call charm (old and imperfect)     I confess that I find beauty in the chipped teacup…chippy paint….a sometimes wobbly leg…the once new and now well worn home. There are times I … Read the full blog post

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