Yesterday hubby and I worked together to hang the porch swing on my dollhouse porch. We have yet to figure out how to hang the flower baskets.. we need some tiny screw in hooks. You would not believe the trouble it took to adjust the chains to the right height, screw in the little hooks in the right spot and remove the extra chain. :-) I think the swing needs an afghan and some pillows.. I found a teeny tiny granny square blanket that is winging it's way here as we speak. :-) The fun part is that we have the exact same oak swing on our real front porch of our real farmhouse.I just love the pastel colors in my Easter "tableaux" on the farm table. I lit up a pink candle with white polka dots last evening at dusk, I got the candles from Cath Kidston web shop. I enjoyed seeing the daffodils in the garden in the photo. :-)
My little knitting bunny mummy arrived today! That was fast, wasn't it? It came from Nottingham, UK! I just adore her!
It's so neat to see her knitting basket by her chair with different colored balls of wool. I think she's making a nice scarf for her little baby boy rabbit, what do you think? The title of this figurine is "Mrs. Rabbit and Flopsy Bunny" from the Beatrix Potter Collection Enesco.
Another neat item came in the mail today - Lucy from Attic24 showed us an art piece that she'd ordered from Etsy. It's a Caravan (trailer) all decorated ala Lucy colors! I thought that it would be so cute all framed up and in our trailer, don't you agree?
And I just had to show you the meal that Dayle made for us yesterday.. it's teriyaki chicken over a bed of brown rice with perfectly steamed asparagus. And my goodness, it tasted even better than it looks! Yum yum yum!We're heading off to Portland Women's Forum right now to meet a stone mason. I'm working on a project to replace a historic stone drinking fountain which was replaced with a rather unattractive one some years back. Then we were invited to join my sister Roberta and her family at Tads Chic Dump for dinner! Oh boy! Thanks for visiting and super duper thanks for the fun comments you leave for me. To be honest, were it not for the neat responses I get, blogging would lose it's luster for me. :-) So, keep them coming! ((hugs)), Teresa :-)