What’s a picnic without a plaid tablecloth, some melmac plates, and a NEW artgoodies cherry pie tea towel of course! Or you can just have a delicious cherry pie stuffie for dessert!!!
The deliciousness of summer has begun! There’s simply nothing like going out to the garden to harvest some fresh food! From fruits to veggies the bounty has begun!
There’s something about summertime that evokes that fresh linens on the line feel and smell. So in honor of fresh air the color of the month is pure clean white! I have been spending a lot of time in the garden lately. I think it has inspired this curious little wonderland of white planters, gnomes, and animal friends.
I’ve been keeping myself super busy lately in the garden. With all my travel, especially the last couple of years, my gardens simply got out of control! This year I’m stayin home and reclaiming them. Here’s a sneak into one side of my yard. I just snagged this amazing chair and table set at a sale over Memorial Day! The perfect place to relax and enjoy the yard!
Well, honestly all I can say is Brimfield Antique Week was CRAZY NUTSO from just about every aspect! Sometimes it was hilarious, sometimes painful, stressful, exhausting, ridiculous, and sometimes a bit of good plain fun. Plus I got to see one of my pals who lives in Boston which in and of itself made the trip worthwhile.
The weather is getting warmer and warmer as Spring arrives and this coral color adds some serious punch to the house! I’m imagining this dinner to be salad, pasta, and a lovely little dessert in the stack of melmac bowls. The vintage tablecloth is unusual but fitting with its coral daffodils, and my fun artgoodies lobster towel fits right in with the centerpiece of treasures I’m still enjoying from last months vacation!
Every March I like to sneak in some beach vacation time! It feels so good to get a dose of sunshine and relax after a long winter! This year my dear friends invited me along to Sanibel Island-what a beautiful place! Shells and birds galore! The beach looked like the remnants of a natural history museum, it blew my mind. We saw some super awesome birds including the elusive roseate spoonbill, all different kinds of herons, pelicans, egrets, ibis, on and on. Get aload of the pic of the osprey below! I was crouched below him and able to get this ridiculously awesome shot of him clutching a freshly caught fish! I added some great things to my little wonders collection and even managed to look up in time to snag the pic of our shadows as we walked!