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Several years ago my husband and brother-in-law were participating in the Customer in Residence program at the Thomas Moser studios in Freeport, Maine. If you aren’t familiar with Freeport it is the home of the Moser furniture empire and an old-fashioned … Continue reading
We’ve been sprucing up around here, flowers planted, weeds pulled, cleaning out the pond, getting ready for a house full of company. But I have been struggling with the little pond we put in, out front, several years ago. It’s … Continue reading
Week 1 So many times I’ve tried to keep a garden journal and have failed miserably. This year I thought I’d take a different approach. A photo journal. What do you think? So, just a couple of days after planting … Continue reading
We’ve had such a beautiful run of spring days that I’m not getting much quilting/sewing done, because, as usual, yard work is so much fun in the spring. Hard, but fun. Considering there was a freeze last night, today has … Continue reading
We were a little nervous, what with all the landscape changes, that the deer would not return. Never fear they are back and I think they approve. As seen, on a foggy morning, through the window~ They look so small … Continue reading
It’s settling in and looking like it belongs. It’s nice to see the maples are changing colors. A nice bonus over all the evergreens we had before. You can still see the line between the new lawn and the old … Continue reading