Hunters Home in January

Hi Friends,    I hope you are keeping well and warm on this frosty January day! I know my friends north of here are experiencing extremely cold temperatures this Oklahoma girl can’t even imagine….stay safe! And keep bundled up and warm!    Here it is cold and clear day with beautiful blue skies. It’s been […]

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Summer in New England: Historic Deerfield

   There are certain pockets of New England, where you turn a corner, and suddenly you realize you’ve gone back in time. Before you stretches a beautiful scene, perhaps rolling farmland, or in some instances, an entire neighborhood. That’s what happens when you enter Historic Deerfield in Deerfield, MA. It is a gorgeous street lined […]

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Summer In New England: Old Sturbridge Village

    Good morning! Are you ready to travel through New England again with me? Think you can stand another salt box house, gorgeous homespun interior, and historic atmosphere? Hehehe, of course you can! That’s what we love isnt it?!    Ah, and today….today we go to an amazing place….where we step back into time […]

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Summer In New England: The House of Seven Gables (+ giveaway!)

   Hello there! And welcome back! Are you ready to do some summer jaunting around New England? Of course you are! Let’s meet up today….in Salem 🙂    Do you recognize this house? Isnt it stunning? It was built in 1668 and is considered Jacobean/Post Medieval style.  It is a gem of an antique, in […]

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New England Travel: The Rebecca Nurse Homestead

On a gorgeous summer day in New England, my family and I were lucky enough to visit the Rebecca Nurse Homestead last summer. If the name Rebecca Nurse sounds familiar but you can’t quite place it, it is because Rebecca was one of the most well-known victims of the Salem Witch trials.   Rebecca was a well […]

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Upcoming Class & Fiber Art Retreat

     Happy New Year, friends! I have a good feeling about 2018. I was so ready to shake off 2017, and now I’m ready for a year of creating, tea drinking, friends and adventures. My first adventure will combine all of these things! I will once again be attending the Eureka! Fiber in the […]

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Living History: The Murrell Home in Oklahoma

    This past weekend, my daughter and I set off on a gorgeous late spring morning, just after torrential rains and window-shaking thunderstorms the night before. The storms had brought in cooler temperatures, which get fewer and farther between as we head toward summer out here in Oklahoma.   We were headed toward The Murrell […]

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