i love your style girlie. i know there are so many places to explore on the east coast. we plan on lots of beach time. still can't belive we live this close to the ocean...weird for a midwest girl.
Great pics! I'm sure you'll discover all kinds of great places! As for me, our tolerable weather seems to be winding down - time for blistering hot again. Lots of air conditioning and indoor activities. Hopefully we can get away a few times just to get some normal weather and a change of scenery. :)
Ashlyn. Big. big changes in your life!! Thank you for showing us such lovely images!!To see more Artistic Beauty.......2012 Artist Series featuring Designer and Paper Artist; Anita Rivera ( of Castles Crowns and Cottages)is in on my site! I hope you will visit...xoxoKarenaArt by Karena
I hear it's gorgeous there' in spring!! I can't wait to really start gardening!
I love to see little glimpses of your house...so pretty....those flowers in green glass and your succulents in cans...fun. I know...moving is so hard. Thhe funny thing is that the more places you live the more you know...and that's both good and bad. You know?
Hi Ashlyn! Thanks for the kind words you left on my blog this morning!I wanted to give a little plug for your neighboring state of Massachusetts. Lots to do there!! Hiking, concerts, art galleries in Western MA, Cape Cod and Martha's Vineyard are so New England quaint (very crowded on weekends during peek season),and you could spend days in the city of Boston. I love these pics of your house!! You have such a great sense of style and the handbag is so FUN!! :)
Moving is hard and scary and exciting. We've done it quite a bit, but not since having a child. I thought we were here to stay but I'm not so sure anymore. What Annie said is so true and funny.
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