Aug 6, 2014

Chit Chat.........

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I like buying pretty new dish towels and hanging them on the oven door handle.  They are cheap, and make great decoration for the kitchen.  I leave then there until I grow tired of seeing them, then I take them off and throw them in the wash. After washing them I will use them and buy new ones too hang. The kids all know not to use the towels hanging on Meme's oven door :)     




Dresser in my bedroom.  I have to be careful are it becomes a catch all.  The little basket holds all my meds . I'm going to replace the lamp , as I use it for reading and this one just isn't big enough. I gotta see to read!


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Have any of you ever read The Mitford series by Jan Karon?
 I just finished book one of the series. At Home in Mitford.

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At Home in Mitford by Jan Karon, is a delightful novel that details the life of Father Tim, the rector of Lord's Chapel in Mitford, North Carolina. Father Tim questions his calling and his ability to lead the parishioners at Lord's Chapel. The town of Mitford and the characters that live there enhance the priest's life throughout the year, bring him great joy and happiness.


Now, I'm looking for number two "A Light in the Window" . I had never read any of this author's books before, and it took me a bit to get interested in this one, but overall  I enjoyed reading it very much.


I am also making a few little quaint changes around the cottage,I'll be sharing that soon. So what are you up too this week ,my friend?  I hope something fun and pleasant,........ Blessings


10 comments:

Earlene L. said...

You sound happy Shelley. I haven't read a book in so long I can't remember. Lots of magazines though.
Hugs
Earlene

Mrs. G said...

I love new tea towels! How did you teach the children not to use those? I wish I could teach my Mister! LoL

I own about half the Mitford series. I have read them all. Loved them! The one you need to look for, to read at Christmas time, is "Shepherd's Abiding". I read that one every Christmas! I hope you find the second book, soon. I need to start searching for the rest of the series, so I can read them all, again and again!

Grace & Peace.

Mrs. G said...

Oh Shelley! I found those books really cheap. Some even with free shipping. www.abebooks.com

I went ahead and ordered all three of the ones I am missing and my total was only $13! I am doing the happy dance...in my mind! LoL

Grace & Peace.

Sew Blessed Maw [Judy] said...

Love your dish towels.. I do the same thing.. I haven't read the books, but sound good.. Hope you find volume 2. Love the dresser in your bedroom. So pretty.. I always enjoy photos of your cottage.. So fun.. Hugs..

Barbara Neubeck said...

Hello Shelley..... what a pretty dresser you have.
I like buying dish towels... They make cute wrapping for pressies.
Hugs and Blessings...
Barb xxx

DollZandThingZ said...

Shelley, I have an old vanity with a three part mirror, too! And I do the same thing with dish towels! I must say my vanity is a serious catch all! I know what you mean!

XX Helen

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

We love the Jan Karon books and even listened to the audio books of this series on our trip to NC this time. You'll start loving the characters and I know you'll like each book even better. Enjoy your week my friend! Hugs, Diane

Denise said...

I love visiting Your blog Shelly.You always give Me a calm but uplifted feeling in My spirit.You are a joy to My life right now.Like I've said before,I "see" and hear from You every day on Fb so sometimes I forget to jump on over to Your blog.I need to though because of what I get out of it.The kitchen photo looks so professional-It's exciting when that happens-don't You agree?Your pill box looks like it has My pills in it :) Love Denise

Denise said...

Oh Yes-I also read Jan Karon's first couple of books, and liked them, esp. the first but I just couldn't keep it up and read all of them.I'm not sure why :/

Valerie said...

Dear Shelley,
I love your pretty towels. =) I love the Mitford series and have read most of them!
Blessings sweet friend,
Valerie