Sunday, July 16, 2017


Got two new/old wall shelves recently. Maurice put them up for me today. I'm anxious to feature my fabric art collections on each of them!

Both of them are in the pool room ( which is also part of my art studio)

Whenever Maurice and I are dressed in similar colors I have somebody take a picture of us. This is the 4th of July Sunday outside Church.

My latest 2 Bohemian Paintings for display. This is "Confetti Rose"

And  Bohemian Floral #2 "Sunflowers".

Maurice loves the fragrance of Phlox and Lilacs. So he usually brings a cutting in for his place at the table to enjoy!

Here is our new "Brick Coffee House " on the Harrisonville Square. Notice the old brick streets. This is a delightful addition to the town. I have a few art pieces displayed in there also.

This is a picture of our youngest son John. He would have been 56 on the 7th of July.

And here is the Birthday Dinner Celebration for out oldest son Paul and grandson Eli.

Sure proud of him! He's outgrown us for sure!

Part of the summer patriotic decorations in the kitchen!

One of my Blog Friends recently purchased these Queen & Princess Boards

And being a Boston Terrier Momma she wanted these 2 boards also!

Here's my 2 Birthday Boys 6 and 60! Wow!

My Cottage Garden is growing profusely! But I can't get in to weed it till Maurice has a chance to get the Poison Ivy killed out! I'm deathly allergic to it!!

I love growing Coleus they always make a colorful showing! Hope your enjoying your days to come  on bye and visit my other blog too I think you'll like it! :

1 comment:

  1. So glad to "visit" you this morning!
    Your shelves are so cheerful. Can't wait to see them full.
    Happy to hear you could celebrate birthdays with your son & grandson.
    The Bohemian rose painting is gorgeous....
    I can't touch poison ivy, either. I've tried to identify it at first appearance and call for my husband to handle it. Once out of hand, it's almost impossible to rein in here.
    We just returned from a short convention in Lancaster PA. Much history there. Brick streets and sidewalks, many art galleries, window boxes, historical preservation, etc. going on. SO interesting.
    Well, you have a fine and productive week. ♥