100/365 Calla Lily

99/365 Just Taking a Little Snooze

98/365 A View of White Cliffs in Plymouth

97/365 Fish Heads

96/365 A Lacecap Flower, B&W Photography

95/365 Something for Your Livingroom

94/365 Paris, France

93/365 Plymouth Harbor, Massachusetts

92/365 A Busy and Relaxed Week

It has been a busy and relaxing week all wrapped into one. It started last Sunday, Easter when we had dinner with family. Our nephew Ed and his fiancé Leanne hosted their first… Continue reading

91/365 Saint Emilion, France

90/365 A Winter Salt Marsh

89/365 Soon the Flowers Will Be Blooming


87/365 Homemade Cake and Frosting

Happy Easter!

86/365 A ring for each finger

85/365 Rustic Windowbox

84/365 Lavender Time

Streams of colour 
In constant motion 
showing shades of beauty hidden Powered by the wind 
As it caresses the river of scent 
Gently, softly, lovingly 
And moves through the rows 
Never stopping, always… Continue reading

83/365 Cape Cod

The low sandy beach and the thin scrub pine, The wide reach of bay and the long sky line,— O, I am sick for home! The salt, salt smell of the thick sea… Continue reading

82/365 Tea

So I say “My dear if you could give me a cup of tea to clear my muddle of a head I should better understand your affairs.” And we had the tea and… Continue reading

81/365 Success

Success! One week ago yesterday I cut some bare Forsythia branches, brought them in the house and put them in water. In six days the branches started to bloom and within seven they… Continue reading

80/365 Getting Lost in Books

I could never have dreamt that there were such goings-on in the world between the covers of books, such sandstorms and ice blasts of words,,, such staggering peace, such enormous laughter, such and… Continue reading

79/365 When Puggy Howls

Our pug Virgil is almost completely blind and deaf. However his sense of smell is amazing. He can tell if anyone is near him if he sniffs the air. And in that manner… Continue reading

78/365 Dress Up

Pearls & boas, dressed to the nines, Lipstick on pursed lips, trying to stay in the lines. Big wobbly high heels, on tiny, precious feet, Little girls playing dress-up, aren’t they sweet! ~… Continue reading

77/365 Brady

Thorns may hurt you, men desert you, sunlight turn to fog; but you’re never friendless ever, if you have a dog. ~ Douglas Mallock

76/365 A Welcome Visitor

Every Tuesday night Nana and Papa pick up Morgan for dinner. We either go out to eat or come back to the house for a bite. It can be very difficult for me… Continue reading

75/365 Forcing Forsythia

One thing my mother always did in the spring was to cut some Forsythia branches, bring them in the house and force them to bloom. It always added a touch of freshness and… Continue reading

74/365 A Scenic Spot

A perfect spot in the south of France for lunch in the afternoon, a sip of wine or a spot of tea.  

73/365 Masquerade Ball Anyone

Sit down and sip some wine. Let’s get ready for the Masquerade Ball. Still Life Photography.  

72/365 Travel Europe

Wouldn’t it be fun to travel around France or Europe in this vintage car?

71/365 Afternoon Snack

Crackers in the chair Crackers everywhere Even in her hair ~ Robb A. Kopp

70/365 Cape Cod Beaches

I love an off season beach. Not another person as far as you can see. Complete calm, quiet and serenity.

69/365 Afternoon Tea

Read this my dears, and you will see how to make a nice cup of tea take teapot to kettle, not t’other way round and when you hear that whistling sound pour a little… Continue reading

68/365 Saint Emilion France

While visiting France, Hubby and I stayed with our friend Stephane Gabart at his family’s beautiful Bed & Breakfast. In the Dordogne region of France, Saint Emilion is in wine country and the… Continue reading

67/365 The Hunt

The Hunt Oh how adults love to hide them all These colorful eggs, both big and small We search for them like a New York detective To find each one is our objective.… Continue reading

66/365 The Grandkids Visit

Every now and then we have the grandkids overnight. And while a large amount of time may not go by in between sleepovers it is amazing that when they are so young the… Continue reading

65/365 The Red Bike

The red bike that was all mine I got at Christmas when I was nine Though bigger than me I learn to ride As my little brother rode along at my side. To… Continue reading

64/365 Sandwich Boardwalk

Sandwich Boardwalk on Cape Cod traverses salt marshes to link the town to Town Neck Beach.    

63/365 Town Neck Beach

One of our favorite town beaches. Town Neck Beach on Cape Cod.

62/365 Piggy Piggy

This little piggy went…

61/365 Windowboxes

Here is a clever combination of plants and flowers for a window box. I love original ideas!

60/365 Paris Parks

At lunchtime in Paris it is amazing the number of people sitting around in chairs in beautiful parks, just enjoying the weather.


  Pastel Aqua and pearls. Some of my favorite things. 

58/365 Just Kick Off Your Flip Flops

On a hot summer day just kick off your flip-flops and twirl in the grass on the waters edge.

57/365 Toys

A gathering of toys just waiting for the next child to come along.

56/365 Tulips

Tulips one of the first signs that spring is coming. And I am counting the days.

55/365 Sewing

Although I took sewing lessons as a teenager and learned it in Home Economics during school it is a hobby that I have never truly enjoyed. On occasion I drag out the sewing… Continue reading

54/365 It’s That Time of Year

One of my guilty pleasures at St. Patrick’s Day is Irish Soda Bread. I love it warm with melted butter.

53/365 Beynac-et-Cazenac

It doesn’t get more rustic than this. A little scene in front of a small shop in the beautiful town of Beynac-et-Cazenac in Southern France.

52/365 Southern France

While driving through Southern France we visited this incredible Medieval village, Beynac-et-Cazenac that was built on the edge of cliffs. The view from above was really remarkable. Just below the beautiful Dordogne River… Continue reading