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May 30, 2008

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Tallulah Maggs

What a lovely inspiring post! I have wild lilac I only just found in our gardens this year, it was hidden away behind huge tree's and bushes, I am surprised it survived there with so little light, like you, I followed my nose!
I also love finding old abandoned buildings like that, oh to snap up one of those and turn it into a cosy little hideaway (and I think no electricity is quaint - if only for vacations!).
Thank you for sharing your magical journey, lovely blog, I will be back to read more!

Linnea

Those lilacs are gorgeous :o) and I love how you organize little scenes. Very unique and pretty! That doily is awesome, too. Have fun over the weekend!

helen

I love lilacs . I have been filling my house with their beautiful colours and smells . I spent the day with Nick in Montreal to celebrate his birthday .

rebekah

the smell in the house is lovely, thanks to you and the lilacs. and happy birthday nick!

bluemountainsmary

It is such a delicate scent - the scent of lilacs. And I agree that the abandoned building is crying out to be loved!

Hope you had a lovely weekend...

Elsita :)

I love Lilacs too Margie! The smell is so magic. Natalie and Diego love them too (in orden to prove it Diego has tried to eat them a couple of times) And I love the hidden house that you found, I would be happy to spend a whole weekend over there with no electricity, I can bring some lilac scented candles. I am sooo happy to see your bee pet again!!!! Hi Mister Bumblebee! There you are sitting still again! Tiny kisses for you!
Elsita :)

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