End of Summer Pinterest Theme

August 31, 2012

Seashell Lamp

This time around my Pinterest theme is seashells, sand, sea glass, and pearls.  It’s all about things you you can find on the beach.  Happy hunting!      www.pinterest.com/janepurcell

Urchins!

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Kristina Law Treasury on Design and Style Guide

July 17, 2012

Treasury from: Kristina Law
Brown Accessories
Cinderella, bed, cradle, crib,rocking cradle

From: Eugenie Woodcraft

$750.00
Set of four Pine Cone Napkin Rings

From: House Of Peltier/ A. Peltier Interiors

$16.00
Redwood Adirondack by Tom the Irishman

From: Tom the Irishman, LLC

$250.00
brown and gray-brown diamonds

From: Judeco

$85.00
Archer Espresso Coffee Table with Shelf

From: Overstock

$205.99
Lidded jar with rock knob

From: Willow Tree Pottery

$28.00
Stoneware Teapot, Teacup and Dessert Plate/Espresso Sunrise Series

From: Pat Parker"s Stoneware Pottery

$132.00
Walnut pedestal table

From: bowlfly studios

$300.00
Dresser

From: Alfer Design

$4,200.00
Pair of 18in Daniel Pillow Covers Leather and Fur

From: Designs by Derilyn

$59.99
Brown Fused Glass Bowl

From: Lynne's Art Glass

$48.00
Cocobolo bowl

From: bowlfly studios

$150.00


Back from Disney World/Florida I loved Epcot

February 27, 2012

9 lb Lemons!

Wonderful view!

Lovely Gardens

I just got back from a bonzai run to Melbourne, FL. It was relaxing and beautiful. But not until Sunday(19th). Chris and I drove straight through Thursday night (16th) to Valdosta, Georgia to pick up a friend- then straight on to Orlando to get rooms- grabbed some sleep- and on Saturday we ALMOST accomplished the impossible:   to see everything in the park in one DAY. Man, we almost made it- but we lingered waaaayyyy to long in the dreamy world of Nemo, watched a street performer climb chairs (France), shopped in “Japan”- (much bigger than it looked at first) stood in awe at the chasing fountains (for an hour), and landed in line at the German restaurant (which wouldn’t have seemed so long if I had more than cereal and fruit for breakfast).  We slept fast, and with a blister the size of a dime on my heel, popping joints, and the lingering frustration of not making the last couple of exhibits, we drove our friend back to GA- then-onto Melbourne.  Where the resting commenced…