Tuesday was B.E. day, but I didn't get one picture of Bryce Eleanor. We did the usual things, but we also took a nice walk because the weather was so beautiful.
I've put away the Valentine decorations, but because it was so much fun to craft and decorate for Valentine's, I'm already thinking about St. Patrick's Day. I've been gathering green things from closet, cabinets, and cupboards. Carnival glass, Depression glass, pottery, a music box Mother brought me from Ireland. I've some crafty projects in mind as well, of course, to go along with the Vintage-y things.
Rosy Thornton sent me a copy of her new book The Tapestry of Love, and I'm so excited about adding this one to my TBR stack. Catherine Parkstone moves to a small cottage in a French village and begins a life as a needlewoman who specializes in tapestries; now doesn't that sound wonderful?
I'm pretty sure it will be making its way to the top of the TBR stack soon, as I can hardly wait to begin. Love the cover.
Linking to My Uncommon Slice of Suburbia.