Tomorrow, this sign will hang in a store window at 12 Main Street in Chatham, NY. My two daughters and I will be selling our handmade goods, from 11 am to 4 pm. I have been able to work slowly on some small items for the sale.
Below are some more tiny worlds, small living terrariums, which will be for sale. I also will show some woolen goods, ornaments, and some jewelry. Stop by if you are in Chatham!
Woman in heart terrarium.
Reindeer in terrarium.
Eagle in terrarium.
Close-up of eagle.
A possum decided to explore the cat’s den on the front porch.
Meanwhile, I’ve put together two more terrariums. Photos to follow if energy allows!
For those of you who knew the cat Minnie (Mini), she died this morning. Thank you to those who helped me take her to the vet over the past few weeks. She will be missed.
Photo of Mini by Sharon Lips.
Another post from the Dept. of Post-Collapse Studies.
The icicle doesn’t fall far from the eave.*
Click on the photo below to read the beautiful accompanying blog post.
* If you missed it last year, please visit my post about my love of building snow houses as a child.
Scenes from this small-town life.
This evening the Barnum and Bailey circus train rolled slowly through town.
Over the weekend,
the alpaca grazed in autumn pastures, while
The Kline Kill, with K. at play
the Kline Kill beckoned under golden sycamores.
And this afternoon,
The barn, with fresh paint.
the painting of the barn was completed.
Life is good.
(All photos by Seth Rockmuller.)
With friends we went to the fireworks at our local fairgrounds. This is a photo taken by Sharon Lips.
Photo by Sharon Lips, 2010
On a stars and stripes theme, here is a 4th of July card my husband sent me:
Stars and Stripes Forever! Courtesy of World Wildlife Fund