ooh, I want to live in that barn! So cute! (that is, if it smells and looks nice inside.)cute blog. :)
your chalk dogs are so cute!i'm glad the eye appt went well, and that you can get back to your excellent crafting. your freehand machine embroidery is something amazing!
The Chalk Dogs are adorable.And the space spores - I loved those candies.
I adore covered bridgesthat barn is stunning!
That barn must be a local treasure! So pastural.A day in the country sounds perfect.
I certainly think it's a local treasure, as it is so beautiful and well maintained. However, we have so many farms around here, (truly in some places as far as the eye can see!) I think most people around here just see it as one of many, many farms! But it is indeed one of my favorites.
Oooo, and the grass leading up to the bridge?? I'm there :)
Thanks to you your pleasures are now pleasures too. Thanks again.
the bridge and barn images are great -- they look like postcards! lovely...
Charming barn, and I adore covered bridges. Lovely photos!
Lovely photos. & those chalk doggies are cute. Your 'everyday pleasures' feature inspired me to take a walk around my neighbourhood taking photos today. Sadly my neighbourhood is not as beautiful & interesting as yours. So I'll not share my photos. But it was fun anyways! Thanks for the inspiration, and maybe next route I take I'll discover more interesting things to snap :)
Great pictures! The little dogs are my favorite!
I love that barn It reminds me of Scandinavia (which I visit a lot because my brother lives there) hope you are well!!
These are wonderful treasures...love the chalk dogs,and the covered bridge(we don't have anything like that in the UK).Thanks for the comment on my blog.It means a lot that I'm not alone in feeling that way.I love your textiles .they're full of energy and exude happiness :-)
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