Before I get to the awful and blurry picture of the cute Little House, I thought I'd start with some pretty pictures. Faux Instagram, using the 1960's edit in Picasa. Above: First veggie harvest of the year. I'll probably get one more zucchini, and a bunch more tomatoes (sorry, spell-check doesn't know how to spell zucchini...neither do I). Do you have any favourite zucchini recipes? Below: Ingredients for milk paint. I've got it curdling on the counter right now!
And look what arrived the other day. My dress from Modcloth! It was in the cutest little box. Even the inside is printed with a cute mushroom-polka-dot pattern. I'll wear the dress this weekend sometime, and will be sure to take pictures.
I have Juli already practicing to be my photographer!
Ok. Now about the Little House in Leduc. Yesterday we went to visit my mom who is currently temporarily residing in the Leduc Hospital due to another fall. On the way there, we spotted a farmers' market. After a nice little visit with Mom, we made sure to stop there. We parked a block or two away from the market, across the street from this adorable little house that was getting a makeover. When we arrived a man was up in a cherry-picker painting the teal trim. I love how modern yet classic the teal, cream and red looks on this little house. Especially with the new stonework on the foundation. When we got back from the farmers' market (at which Juli decided she wants to play Ringette and we didn't buy anything because I forgot I had no cash) he was gone, so I snapped this quick and blurry cell phone picture.