It’s become a “thing” on the ‘gram and it is tempting. Very tempting except for one small
I started planning for today about a month. Which was good as it took that much time to create
Nan’s workshop is strewn
With piles and piles Continue reading “Nan’s Workshop”
My grandfather, Bowyer Bradford, left England in 1903 for a better life in Canada. He wrote back to his older sister, Lizzie for decades. Sadly the letters are gone but they kept alive a connect with his family in the “old country”. During the
I do live just down the road from a few rabbits so it’s entirely possible that I did fall in one of their homes. But no, that’s not the kind of rabbit hole I found.
It all started with an innocent enough comment. Really it was but then it became more. Oh no, this rabbit hole is Continue reading “A rabbit hole”
Hands down the best part of my new routine is Friday. That’s Nan and Continue reading “Hands Down”
It turns out I’m not usually quite organized enough to get a timely TBT (Throw Back Thursday) post up and published before Thursday disappears. Somehow it seems easy Continue reading “TBT to Monograms”
It’s a true story that I am atypical. This is in reference to being a Continue reading “A Non Typical Move”
June is, consistently, the month I blog the least in. The days are long, the list of outside activities is huge and life is full, busy and rewarding. It leaves little time to blog when you are making Continue reading “Sunday Snippets”
Have you ever wondered who grows up to be a paint colour namer? I have. Do they invent the colours or the names first?
These thoughts entered my head because of the weird Continue reading “Sugar Hearts”