Words and pictures from the author of And the Crows Took Their Eyes as well as the Elizabeth Goodweather Appalachian Mysteries . . .
The window shot is my favourite. What's with the yellow and red patterned plaque on the wooden building?
I love the window. In fact, I love it so much that I'm thinking of doing something similar to my kitchen window at least. Everything in my house is tidy and there are many bare surfaces; I hate housework and want to keep dusting and cleaning to an absolute minimum, but when it happens at the cost of a bit of colour, then maybe I'm overdoing it.I also love deliberate typos. I hadn't heard the quote that way round!
I love all the pictures, but especially the last one. So pretty.
Beautiful pictures! I loved the last one. Nice post :)
Glad to see the quilt block up. Have you formed an organized trail in Madison County?
Love the assorted animals waiting to go 'owwwt' on the window.
Martin -- that's what they call a barn quilt Many communities encourage people to put these on their barns or on public buildings. They become a bit of a tourist attraction and often there are maps posted so an inquisitive rambler can travel about the area, viewing all the 'barn quilts.' The kitchen window is double-glazed and faces south. Over the years it has gotten cloudy, alas -- it's not as dirty as it looks. And it's a wonderful spot for rooting cuttings.Jim, I believe there is one. We're not on it -- none of our barns are visible from the road and besides, we don't have a barn quilt, though I keep threatening to make one.
Oh I love your window....!
Love them all-but especially the one of the window-such a homey feel to it.
Well, there it is! I agree, the window photo is charming.
Love the window picture. Your arrangements remind me of my Grandma's windowsills. She always had a bit of this and that, and pretty bottles and always a plant start or two growing. Ali Ali sure is a pretty boy. Tammy
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