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03 December 2013



Oh dear, so sorry the photograph thefts are still continuing!
Look forward to hearing more about your landscape changes.
Yes, I have about finished Christmas shopping, whew! Now must
get the house in order as I have two tea parties to prepare for on the 13th and 14th.
I wondered about The Goldfinch, I think I must read it.
I just finished reading Kindred Spirits, which at first I thought
might be depressing but in the end I enjoyed.


The leaves have fallen in New England but we continue to have mild days from time to time. Your photos are gorgeous--as always!

That hoax was quite popular here on Thanksgiving weekend...made its rounds.

I am not reading much of anything but magazines--busy making art.

My husband has returned to work after recovering from surgery and I have a lot of things to catch up on around here. Last week was sort of a "lost week" and I need to refocus! Christmas is approaching!

Sorry about your photos. It's a new world, I guess, and every day I see more and more old rules that don't seem to apply. Hard to take it all in sometimes!


Good morning from Nashville! Music city! Don't know if we'll see much of that before we get locked into the trade show, though! This morning we are having breakfast with blogger Rosemary who MAY have been the one who introduced me to your site. I think so!

Fall in the Netherlands is clearly beautiful -- I would expect it with all those reflections! I love the photos. Have fun decorating (I'll bet you'll make it so beautiful!) and good luck with the garden!

Will your photo issues never cease? I wonder that we might all have that, but I don't worry because it isn't my livelihood (and I've never found one elsewhere -- they really aren't so good they'd show up that way.) But you -- that's what you DO. Go get 'em!

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