Trying out new camera walking around the neighbourhood and thought the clothes on the line were worth taking. Area is called the Hydrostone built around 1920s after explosion. Majority row houses with back alleys. This is taken in the back alley. Fronts have wide boulevards so lots of trees and grass around. Lovely area of the city.
Was looking for a grapevine wreath at a reasonable price and could not find one so went with a picture frame!
My friend Wanda also here at Home Love Stories made a Valentine’ Day wreath using vinyl tablecloths cut up and tied around wire or a coat hanger (I use). I have seen some lovely wreaths so thought I‘d share an easy/cheap wreath.
We still have lots of snow on the east coast but since it is spring I thought I would share my indoor garden.. African violets were my mother’’s and they must be at least 25 years old as they have been around forever.
Coffee and Snow. This picture is what I woke up to today (March 15th) in Eastern Canada. I live in a condo which I love so no shoveling or mowing grass (spoiled). What drew me to my home is natural light and location. It faces south-west so in the summer I curl up on the balcony with a good book and I am all set. Looking forward to getting to know everyone – this is a neat idea. Thank you.