Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Wordless Wednesday - Co-Host for October

I'm just getting this little blog off the ground and along comes Karren from Oh My Heartsie Girl to invite me to be a co-host for Wordless Wednesday! Isn't that wonderful?  I hope you'll take a look around and come back again to join in on the fun.
Don't forget to link-up...we want to see what you're up to, as well! 

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First of all I would like to thank all that have participated in my past Wordless Wednesday Linky parties, I hope that you have enjoyed the features each week. And next, Congratulations to the Winners for Co-Hosts for October, they are..........

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Monday, September 29, 2014

Mums the Word!

The kids came for a visit and the weather was absolutely perfect - mid 70s!  I did manage to get a little fall decorating done on the porch and nothing says "FALL" like baskets of mums. 
This little chair came from an Estate Sale a few years ago.  It was sitting in the backyard and I paid $5 for it.  The only thing I did to it was coat it with some polyurethane for protection.

The apple basket was found at a local flea market.  At the top, you can see a little bit of the hand-forged hook that it hangs it.  

I like to keep my decorating simple and I always try to use what I have, if I can't, I try to pay as little as possible.  After all, a retired gal doesn't have a ton of $$ to throw around!  Soon, it will be time to turn it up a notch for Halloween.  I have a few ideas and I can't wait to see how they look!

Have a great week and thanks for stopping by the cottage!


Friday, September 19, 2014

Let the Adventure(s) Begin!



Welcome to the cottage - I'm so happy you stopped by!  There is SO much to tell about this house, from the first time I layed eyes on it, to moving in and getting started on making it our own. So, pour yourself a cup of something delicious and join me on the porch for the stories of this little cottage.