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September 19, 2010

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tara

I love the picture with the raspberries and the little pumpkins. I'm looking forward to your shop update. I've only been reading your blog for a couple of months but I find your work inspiring. You make me want to make things and take pictures. Thanks for the inspiration.

grace

What a lovely place for a peaceful bowl of soup.

k

glad you got a bit of peace this weekend amongst the busy-ness. looks like a lovely dinner out of doors. and i'm excited for your shop update!

jan

such a beautiful setting, by the canoe with the walls of doilies. and the soup looks so delicious.

melissa

ooh- a shop update :) i hope to be able to buy something this time- i'm always too slow!
your outdoor dinner setting looks so cosy and nice. i love the berries in the slow-stitched bowl!

Nanou

Your pretty tables always amaze me, especially after such a busy day ! It's probably Edgar who set the table and cooked that appetizing dinner for the tired family :)
I love your pumpkins photo ! I had never seen orange raspberries : congrats for the "sleight of hand" :) I'm sure Mister Fall will love them too !
What a great news your Etsy appointment is for all of us !!! I guess your magic hands will be very busy during the autumnal evenings ... Lucky us !!!
Happy pre-autumn-Monday, Margie !

joanie

These are the most wonderful autumn images. Your pumpkins are divine and that chowder, mmmmmmmm. A very happy Monday to you!
Jx

Cozy Memories

you had such a busy weekend, hats off for making such a beautiful table & such a delicious meal !
oooooh a shop update ... gotta keep my eyes peeled ! xoxo hugs

Jill Wignall

It looks like you've got a bounty of produce! those berries look like funny raspberries, I've never seen them before. And all your squashes. Yum xx

Patricia Longoria

A very yummy weekend! And be careful with falling asleep with Diana Gabaldon books--they are weighty!

Geninne D. Zlatkis

You picked the perfect spot for a nice chowder.
You started the book! Let me know what you think so far...

joni

mmmmm, yellow raspberries! i grow them too :)

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