when Felicia, Robin & I went to Bedford yesterday....
and with Hannah & I both being Flutists,
felt sure this would look great in my Keeping Room ~
SO good, in fact, that it has now become my
I'm paring down my collections,
(and believe-you-me...there are MANY!)
and selling off 'stuff' that just doesn't interest me any longer....
I had the pleasure of visiting many beautiful shops
that catered to the Colonial/Primitive look
and I still hold a place for that in my heart...
hence the 'dressed' mannequin ~))
I'm trying to focus more on this look now
in the old farmhouse
and I think she likes the change.
not so many tchotchkes around
(pronounced "CHOCH-KEYS" and yes, that's how you spell it!!)
and to my Colonial/Primitive Delight,
in the mail today was my
A PRIMITIVE PLACE MAGAZINE
(ok...pouring, drooling, swooooning)
... as it is chock-filled with glorious
in thee most wonderfully simple sense ~
in there is a feature on a sweet lady named
Linda lives in Newtown, CT and owns the
Newtown Country Mill
a beautiful little primitive/antiques shop
that also happens to be the place where I taught my
please take my advice and do so...
you won't be dissapointed!!
Today was spent processing orders,
tomorrow will be spent in the shop with Robin (bird!)
and hopefully we can get some hand-work done!!
Blessings from the Farm,