I recently signed up for something called a "Critter Swap." Basically, you send someone a hand-made critter and someone sends one to you. In order to make a critter, you get information on your person. Based on that, you create. I have never sewn anything in my life (other than a button). This is the drawing and the stencil for my critter.
I was reflecting on objects that meant a lot to me. My wedding ring means quite a bit. It is my grandmother's diamonds and the white gold from her ring, but, re-designed for me. I love that it carries 63 years of a loving marriage in it. I also love it because it symbolizes how much I love my husband. And, it is just really purty!
This is the photographic life of a Southern girl who decided to become a New Englander and then decided to move to England. She now dwells in a gloriously beautiful country with her fantastic husband and three fantastic dogs. She dreams of owning an old stone cottage with a garden path, ivy running up the walls, and a large garden. There are many schemes underway in order to make this dream a reality.
She has a somewhat unhealthy obsession with medieval history, art, books of any kind, travel, and photography; however, her family and friends humor her in her many whims and thus this photo blog exists.
Join her for a journey into her world. At times it is exciting, but, it can also be mundane. However, she believes in finding beauty in the mundane.