fawned friday

01) There is just so much bliss in this photo, I can hardly handle it.

02) Our Polish neighbour at our family cottage used to make these for all the time.  Perfect Christmas decor!

03) I want to wear bumble bees in my hair.

04) Funny dog truths.

05) I think I have always {secretly} wanted to be a ballerina though I don’t have the ankles for it.

06) Looking forward to apple picking at Avalon Orchards next week!

07) Such good words.

08) This plays out as a slow motion movie swagger in my mind and makes me giggle.

09) I overdosed on short hair in my zero to 20 years, but this is how it should be done.  So gorgeous.

10) Must do some folk art murals on the out buildings.

11)  One last minute find.  Watching the anvil and forge part made me remember just how much I loved watching my dad make horseshoes.  Thanks for sharing Brandon.

 

{fawned friday inspired by miss fawn}

go gently + be wonderful

e.

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3 Comments

  1. Posted September 21, 2012 at 3:44 pm by Elise | Permalink

    Hi! I found your site from all the traffic I’ve been getting to my site from your link to my tutorial. Thank you for that! Your paintings turned out so beautifully! And I have to agree with you about watercolors being therapeutic… painting always does me good :)

    • Posted September 24, 2012 at 10:47 am by erin | Permalink

      No problem!
      Such a simple and wonderful tutorial. Thanks for that and for stopping by.
      Glad I could send some peeps your way :)
      Warmly,
      e

  2. Posted September 21, 2012 at 4:46 pm by Kim | Permalink

    Enjoy Avalon, we were there a two weeks ago…lots of fun!

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