photo by Larry Urqhart
Take a drive this weekend!
the Bluebonnets are embellishing the Texas countryside!
DO YOU HAVE A FAVORITE LOCATION? DO TELL.
Hidden in a nest of twigs lies a golden egg. Remember Jack and the Beanstalk?
It was Clint’s favorite! He never got tired of listening to the Giant sing, “Fee fi fo fum,
fee fi fo fum. I’m the most amazing guy. I’m the most amazing guy alive! Fee fi fo
fum, fe fi fo Fee. FEE FEE!!! I don’t know no Fee Fee!
Treasured memories…like a golden egg, can turn up in the most unlikely places.
Golden Egg ………Acrylic on 18 x 24 stretched canvas. $275, plus shipping.
What can be more crazy fun than the house of a young family? There are piles of laundry,
diapers to change, toys under foot, soccer practice, baseball games, homework, a fish to
feed and dinner to cook!
Cassi, a mother of three, has embraced motherhood with a smile. She’s celebrates
each day knowing how quickly her kids will grow up. I love Cassi’s house. Her ‘kid proof’ decor
shouts ‘fun’, the moment you walk through the door!
Way to go Cassi! You’re doing a great job! ...you are a good momma.
You also have a new business!
All You Need Is Paint
I can’t resist spreading the word.
Need a new look? Let Cassi work her magic on your old out dated furniture….simply amazing!
Friday, I drove through the beautiful Texas
countryside over to Marta’s Room on FM 439,
between Belton and Nolanville. Marta has a beautiful
shabby chic boutique, that’s worth the drive any day
of the week but last Friday and Saturday, even more so.
Marta and 20 plus, junk lovin’ gal pals put on they’re
first ever outdoor Antique Show! It was a big success!
Great people, good stuff, amazing prices, in a gorgeous
setting. Everyone had a wonderful time and can hardly
wait to do it again, the first weekend in November. I
won’t be a bit surprised if it double’s it’s size in
vendor’s and quadruple's in buyers. It’s a homerun!!!
There's treasures a plenty and I bought quite a few!
A big thanks to Marta and all her friends for making
this show a reality. It’s easy to talk
but few take action and make it happen. I know a lot of
hard work went into this and I just wanted to pat you all
on the back and say ‘it was great!’ You did a beautiful
job! It was a treat to walk under the big trees and shop.