Meg is psyched!!!!!!!!! Its Friday…Its another chance to eat her dinner and nap…..and she is super excited about this new blouses I just listed on the site!! Lillian was excited too but would’t stay still long enough for a photo. She’s like a canine hummingbird!!
Each is one of a kind, hand painted and pieced together one element at a time!! I am trying to choose a variety of garments which each will fit a varied range of body sizes and types. If you have a request for any particular color combo or garment please feel free to ask!!! Some gorgeous handbags are on the way as well with my one of a kind batik designs on themd
OHHHHHHHH Yummy!! This tunic below is a knockout too!!! Steve said when I finished it “you are gonna want to keep that”. And he’s right….both of these pieces are so mouthwatering in the color combos I can’ t decide which I like best!!
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If you would like to give one of these as a special gift I will be giftwrapping them to the hilt and adding little surprises in the packages. I will also create a matching beaded necklace and/or earrings for an extra charge (holiday pricing) if you are interested in completing the ensemble with jewelry
AND ARE YOU PONDERING WHEN THE TRAVEL BEAD TRUNK SHOW WILL BE…MY MOMS DOG REDDI IS!
We now have an official date of Sunday , November 15 for the opening of the show!! The LIVE aspect of the show will be in the later afternooon to early evening so most folks will be home and to be able to turn your volume on. I will be sending out an official notice this weekend……but mark your calenders now for the 15th!!!! I’m so excited at all the wonderful goodies I’ve been able to get ready for you to consider!!
And last but not least…some wonderful scenes from around the hilltowns in Provence France. A nice autumn day to usher you into the weekend
I have oodles of photos of old beautiful buildings taken from the car
Here is another view of that castle in the middle of town I showed you…just amazing history here
A grand old tree given a haircut to allow for the semis to pass though
I loved the handpainted work on the side of this vineyard building
The only person we ran into that early morning in the Medieval hilltown was this sweet lady who took a shine to Steve (thank gawd someone liked him..this was right after the cat tryed to spray him….lol) ..She spoke just enough English for Steve to understand her
I love this shot above…so representative of the mood
And how gorgeous and simple is this?? As I leave you with these photos of our amazing time in French country, we will be heading down to our own wine region in Carlton Oregon for one of our fave events at SCOTT PAUL WINERY called
Originally the La Paulee was intended to be for the winemakers, the cellar workers, and the community dependent on the harvest. Each winemaker would bring along a few choice bottles and, with music, dancing and speeches. At Scott Paul they have been very generous to include their patrons in the celebration and we wouldn’t miss a single year with this hard working and beautiful family celebration. When we were in France we saw a few of the wine makers whooping it up with their own impromptu La Paulee’s
The camera is coming along so hopefully I will have lots of fun pix!! Have a super weekend my dear friends