This is a long post, so have a cup of tea & enjoy your visit with me.
Bill came for a 3 day visit or as Aunt Alice would say ' A Fish Visit'. It's called that because you don't keep fish any longer than 3 days because it gets stinky! lol The visit went all too fast.
My birthday card from him was themed on a Soul Mate & that...Bill truly is to me.
Happy Boris & I...
The two windows on the left are my new studio windows & what great light comes in now!
The cottage is now done, with the exception of three new basement windows to be installed this month.
Bill & I went to Loiser Settlement to visit George & Ursula & on our way we stopped at Judy's. Ursula & I were to visit her last summer & time just flew by & it never happened. Judy's place was on the way & she said to stop by on our way. Everyone talks about her place & I'll tell you it was everything said...and more!! I'm going to give you a tour of Judy's gorgeous place. Here we go...
She's so talented & so familiar to me too! I've only met her but our interests & talents are so similar.
Thank you Judy for the tour & your hospitality. I hope to spend an afternoon stitching in your gazebo before I leave for Ontario. It was an enchanted time in her garden, so beautiful, so peaceful.
Later that afternoon Bill & I got lost trying to find Ursula & Georges place. I'd been there twice & Bill once, thought I knew where to go... I called Elizabeth to have her look up on the membership list of the Miramichi Quilting Guild, she was at work & couldn't help me at that point. So I called Jean & got her answering machine...grrrrr
Then we stopped in at an art place & I asked for directions while Bill used his Blackberry to hack into my Skye account & called Ursula...we pasted there place & were so close. We all had a great lunch at Captain George's & they made sure we left with food from their garden!
On our way home we stopped roadside, to purchase some handmade birdhouses in Tabusintac.
A Rexton Report...
Bose has turned 16 & has slowed down....
Today Elizabeth & I went rug hooking & thrift store shopping. I found a few treasures as did she. But this wooden, hinged handkerchief box was my find today...
Tomorrow I'm off to Lizzy's for a crochet lesson on making beaded Christmas stars. There's always so much to do in this village & my days just fly by. I love it here & enjoy my time so much.
Thought for today:
Face the sunshine and you won't see the shadows.
Thanks for stopping by and ya'll come back now ya hear!
Loved The Beverly Hillbillies! lol