Saturday, August 29, 2009

Life's Little Instruction Book, page 128 . . .





...To be continued...

Thanks for stopping by the cottage on this last Saturday of August. The summer has virtually disappeared here and it's cold and rainy. After all the heat we've had, it feels very good. I just feel sorry for all the people on vacation. It will be better on Sunday. Enjoy your weekend. ♥Rosemary



Content in a Cottage

4 comments:

Sue said...

We've had a lot of rain the past day too. It's supposed to be one very dreary weekend. Yea!! Time to catch up on the household chores and do a little baking.
Have a wonderful weekend, Rosemary!

Lady Laura said...

Number 429 is especially true! The Ohio State Fair just recently concluded. Some of the 4-H competitins were aired on the Ohio Channel and we watched little girls model their first sewing projects and small children lead their dogs through an obstacle course with just hand movements. It was amazing! It would have been amazing being done by anyone--but to consider that it was being done by children--some as young as 9. It gives you great hope for what the future could hold.

Gail, in northern California said...

No. 429 struck a chord with me too. I have submitted entries in the county fair the last three years and my granddaughters get very excited and wait with great anticipation to see what "Grandma won". I entered a scarecrow this year and sent them pictures as it was constructed incrementally in our entryway. I also entered our family's favorite cookies and a place setting where I pretended a little boy was having his 4th birthday. The girls knew all about my entries so when there was an article announcing the winners in the newspaper, I sent it to them. They were thrilled -- although the youngest still thinks my cookies should have received first place. ;-)

susan said...

Hi Rosemary,
Thanks for dropping past my twitters,
I love your William Morris quote I have to ask you Why Him? What does you about him?
We have just had the most amazing series here by the BBC about the Pre -Raphaelites I'm still reeling I don't Know wether u can get it over there but it was amazing and they featured Morris so much.
I'm a happy Bunny tonight My son the Mighty Traveller is back from 2 months in Mexico Monday and WE are skyping our family tonight in Florida the oldest my sister in law has been out there for 40 years we adore the place Fort Walton Beach hush now a well kept secret!!!!
Susan