Sunday, April 24, 2011
Friday, April 22, 2011
Their eldest son got a turn mixing the cement.
In this picture, John is giving the pot a shake to level the cement.
John's mother always painted the date on her eggs, and so does Marcy.
I adore Marcy's grasshopper.
Look at the sea turtle and the flowers!
Look at this beautiful amanita which John's mother painted. What a treasure!
And look at Marcy's beautiful Beatrix Potter bunny!
That's right, it's the root children.
Look at this mallard, so carefully painted.
This might be my favorite, with its wildflowers and busy insects.
What are your favorite Easter holiday traditions? Share them with us! And you can visit the Grasmere shop page by clicking on the title of this post.
Wednesday, April 20, 2011
It is decluttered, neat as a pin, and sparkling clean, and ready to show to house buyers! Heidi Piccerelli took some beautiful pictures of the house. It is looking its best in every way. If you want to see more photos of the interior, click on the title of this post to link.
This wonderful old house, which was built in the 1850's by a sea captain, is brimming with happy memories, sunshine, and color. I have loved living here!
Heidi's web site is: http://www.heidipiccerelliphotography.com/