Monday, September 30, 2013

2013, Week #39

Photos form 9/23-9/29!  Enjoy!  Lots of caps!

Prepping for a workshop in this lovely space.

Cool pink clouds tonight.

It's gourd time!

Adorable morning puppy paws.

Try to find the puppies!

Apple lantern!

Wild men.

Waldingfield Road.

Elements of a good Saturday afternoon.

Sweeping out the repro 1657 house.

Monday, September 23, 2013

2013, Week #38

Yikes - we're now well & truly into fall and the weather's showing it.  Here are my photos from 9/16-9/22 (not many this week):

Lovely view from one of my historic houses over the river.

My little snuggle bug.

Packing for dear friends' wedding in Philadelphia this weekend!

Andrew is full of class.


Awesome 1731 stone house at Bartram's Garden at the wedding.

Tuesday, September 17, 2013

2013, Week #37

Here are my photos from 9/9 to 9/15:

Puppies on Sunday afternoon's hike.  #latergram


First period light.


We've got a Maggie in the house!  (dogsitting for a friend getting married)

The scene at my house Friday morning.

Good night, Maggie.

Maggie is a champion snuggler.

Beautiful afternoon.

I have a puppy blanket for my nap!

Monday, September 09, 2013

2013, Week #36

Photos from 9/2-9/8!

Birthday boy and wife!

Love these two (nephew laughing at birthday butter on uncle's nose).

Adorable but strange person.

Awesome artwork at one of my historic houses tonight.

Intense sky on the way to work Thursday morning.

At the end of the street.

At the end of the street, #2.

Grilling by lantern light.

Night sky.

Sunday morning brunch.

Sunday afternoon hike.

Sunday afternoon hike, part two.

Tuesday, September 03, 2013

2013, Week #35

Here it comes - we're more than halfway through the year and moving into the fall.  Can you handle it?  Here are my photos from August 26-September 1.

My little snuggle bug on Wednesday morning. 

Swiss army Sadie.

Love this girl (college friend on a wine/dinner cruise in Plymouth Harbor)

One take of the stairs.

And another.

Dead dogs.

After the storm.

Never get tired of waking up to this.

Family on the deck.