A Glimpse at October

   October is my favorite month of the year. The colors deepen, the heat subsides (usually. Summer is having a hard time letting go around here) and there is just a festive feeling in the air…..and the urge to knit, to drink cocoa, to sit by a fire returns.   Somehow this month has passed by […]

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Yarn ‘n Kittens….

     Last month was a busy month of meeting deadlines and finishing up big projects, and although Christmas painting time is upon me now, I’ve been taking a little bit of a break and indulging myself— mainly in yarn and kittens!   The little ones are so sweet and playful these days! They are about […]

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::Many Harvests::

   “Harvest” seems to be the theme of the last few days. Many things have come to fruition— literally! Our little peach tree in the front yard— the one we bought before we’d even officially closed on the house— bore its first fruit this year! We call it “Audrey’s Tree”, and have planted a second […]

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The Sweltering Summer Days

   We are in the thick of it. Sweltering, bright, let’s be honest— oppressive— Oklahoma heat. Summer has come and she has settled in over us with no plans to leave.    Mornings are my favorite time of day in the summer. Things have cooled (slightly) in the night. This is when I do my […]

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Around Here

   Here it is Friday morning, and I can’t believe its the end of the week already. It’s all been a blur of pulling a baby off chairs (over. and over. again), errands, laundry, gardening and moments of painting tucked in between.   Summer is in full swing over here, and my studiomate/goof friend/partner in fibery […]

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St. Lucia Day Blog Procession

    HAPPY ST. LUCIA DAY!    Welcome to my second “St. Lucia Blog Procession” here at Audrey Eclectic! I’m so glad you could stop in to visit— and please join us in the procession if you’d like to! (you can add your blog link to the linky tool at the end of this post) […]

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Tasha Tuesday: Bird Love

 Tasha Tudor and her pet grey parrot play a trick on dinner guests     Around 5 a.m. here at our house, baby rouses for his ‘first breakfast.’ It is still very dark with the curtains drawn, but I know a sliver of dawn has started to lighten the sky because I can already hear […]

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