Wednesday, 14 May 2008

EARLY MORNING SUNSHINE AT THE LITTLE WREN HOUSE.

HELLO, I DON'T WANT TO BORE YOU WITH YET MORE PICS OF MY WORKROOM BUT I'M AFRAID I MUST,LOL. THE SUN SHONE GLORIOUSLY EARLY THIS MORNING WHEN ME AND POPS VENTURED IN TO THE LITTLE WREN HOUSE, IT SMELLS OF WOOD AND PAINT, NEWNESS, I'M SO EXCITED NOW.
I THINK THESE SPANISH TILES ARE LOVELY, I BOUGHT THEM ONE A WEEK YEARS AGO, WISH I'D BOUGHT MORE.....

THE POND HAS BEEN CLEANED OUT, WE HAVE TWELVE NEWTS PLUS THEIR BABIES AND A LOVELY FROG, HE STANDS WITH HIS BACK LEGS ON THE BOTTOM WITH HIS FRONT LEGS OUTSTRETCHED GAZING UPWARDS, LIKE SOME KIND OF SUN WORSHIPPER, I'VE NEVER SEEN ANYTHING LIKE IT.


AGAIN, IKEA COME TO THE RESCUE WITH THESE SHELF UNITS, CAN'T WAIT TO FILL THEM WITH ALL MY BITS AND PIECES.



MY GIRLS. I THINK THIS IS THE FIRST PIC I'VE MANAGED TO GET OF MILDRED SINCE SHE WAS A KITTEN, SHE'S TWO END OF THE MONTH! LIKE HER BROTHER, SHE IS A BEEEAAAUUUUUUTIFUL CAT. I HAVE WORKED VERY HARD TO KEEP HER, KEEPING HER IN FOR SIX WEEKS AND GIVING HER LOTS OF LOVE, CROSS FINGERS, I THINK IT HAS WORKED. I HAVE TO CONSTANTLY CHECK THAT THE NEIGHBOURS ARE NOT TAKING HER IN AND FEEDING HER.




SHE IS SO WORTH IT.
I WILL TRY AND POST ABOUT SOMETHING OTHER THAN MY WORKROOM NEXT TIME. THE WHEATHER HAS BEEN GLORIOUS, LOOKS LIKE IT'S GOING TO TURN TO RAIN TOMORROW, THE GARDEN NEEDS IT SO THATS OK..... BYE FOR NOW X




8 comments:

Cowboys & Custard said...

Frogs, Felines and a pretty filly.. all favourites of mine!
I love the look of your Wren's House.. it looks like a painting from one of my son's childhood books.. beautifully illustrated..

Michelexx

Mary said...

Hi Annie
The workplace looks fab what a joy to have somewhere like that to inspire you. I hope everything is OK with your face i too have mu medical problem but hope to do my 50th blog tomorrow if I can get the act together Enjoy the wonderful weather

Country Cottage Chic said...

Please do post pictures as you go along - it's lovely to see your progress! All those shelves look so enticing...just waiting to be filled up! I'd love a room like that - can I come over & play sometime? ;-)

cd&m said...

You could never bore me with pics of your studio. Just been having a quick catch up here, it's nice to see you posting again. The dolls are as gorgeous as ever and I hope the textile fair goes well for you. Sorry to hear about the surgery, you are sounding awfully brave, fingers crossed....

oldflowers4me said...

oh-how i love your world- i need to make a pot of tea-want to share-p.s i love your pond-

Sal said...

I am never bored with seeing pics of people's workspaces.I can't wait to see a little more! Sal;-)

julia said...

How excited I was to see in Cowboys & Custards blog the very house that I visited on Saturday as part of the open studios! Thanks for being so welcoming (it can be a bit daunting walking into someone elses home!). I cannot believe the before pictures of the garden and studio compared to how they looked on Saturday. As for that kitchen, words fail me, it couldn't be any more perfect!
Geroge was a great host and welcomed us with impeccable manners, he's a credit to you.
Looking forward to more updates and studio news.
Julia x

Delila said...

Good for people to know.