Easter Chickens

    On Saturday, I was able to slowly get myself out to the studio and sit down at my big paint-covered desk there. On it, sat this little painting of a sweet folksy girl with all her chickens, going through her Easter basket of sweet treats and colorful eggs.    It was so good […]

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Oklahoma Autumn

   Good afternoon, and Happy Halloween!      I hope you’re having a beautiful day where ever you are. Here, we are at full autumn color, and it looks like we’re going to have a wonderful day for the Open House at Blue Heron this weekend!    The other day I went for a little […]

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The Shepherdess

  Hello there!~   It’s been a while, I know. I’ve been trying to send you this blog post for the past two weeks, and I’m now just getting to it! It’s that time of year, you know….the thick of summer! So much going on. But I’ve been so eager to share with you this latest […]

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Crafting On: Yarn and Barn Yard

    It’s a funny little piece of spring here— the roses have bloomed, but it keeps turning stormy and cold. These pretty climbing roses ( a hearty yellow climber from the feed store and a cherished David Austin Rose called ‘Strawberry Hill) seem to have done alright though….they’re on the east facing wall of […]

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Happy Halloween!

   Happy, Happy Halloween——-   The most spooky, thrilling, gorgeous time of the year is upon us! The leaves are changing, the winds are cooling, and things are just a little bit creepy and going bump in the night 🙂 It’s also a time of festivities and celebration— my favorite time of year in color […]

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Of cats and roses

My “Lady of Shalott” David Austin rose bordered with perennial blue salvia, pansies, and spent tulips. “Lady of Shalott” roses up close Our little stone shed-turned-playhouse framed with some salmon colored roses. These were here when we moved in and were such a wonderful surprise! Our cat Lucy out amongst the salvia. I also planted […]

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In The Garden: January

       The garden in January is sleeping. The spring’s bulbs have been planting and last year’s flowers are brown and brittle, gone to seed. A few things keep a green tinge; the roses still have leaves, but they’re darker.         The other day it was fairly warm, so Robbie and I went […]

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