~*The World Of Home*~ | Rosie's Ramblings

~*The World Of Home*~


"I still find each day too short for all the thoughts I want to think, all the walks I want to take, all the books I want to read, and all the friends I want to see."
John Burroughs
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"Call it a clan, call it a tribe, call it a family. Whatever you call it, whoever you are, you need one".
Jane Howard


Our Easter egg tree... ~
We had a wonderful Easter.
Tore and Anita came to visit from Norway, along with Abbie's sister, Sophie, her brother, Per, and Per's girlfriend, Katja.
We had a wonderful time with them all.
The sad news is-believe it or not- we did not take out the camera once to take pictures! I guess we were having too much fun visiting...
But, however we do have a lot of photos, from just around the homestead, and here they are...


Sophia's new hair cut!

A real little artist.


Making playdough.


The little gal's drawings...


Don't you lose heart, Pole," said Puddleglum.
"I'm coming, sure and certain. I'm not going to lose an opportunity like this. It will do me good. They all say - I mean, the other wiggles all say - that I'm too flightly; don't take life seriously enough. If they've said it once, they've said it a thousand times. 'Puddleglum,' they've said, 'you're altogether too full of bobance and bounce and high spirits. You've got to learn that life isn't all fricasseed frogs and eel pie.'..."
::The Silver Chair


Art on the fridge.


A very helpful (and good), dishwasher...


A mug of steaming tea.


The start of homemade egg rolls.


Wrapping them.


Matt, contemplating eating them all.


Onion Art.


Our last hen is laying again!


Pottery art.




Kitty, resting atop a book pile.


Julia, ironing.


The seamstress...


Lovely piles.


Hmmm, Julia, acting strange?


Joseph, working.


Shoe art.


Joe's art.


Curtain Art.


Candle art.


Playing my guitar.


And I'll leave you, with Celeisa and her kitty, Tip.
~

10 comments :

  1. Warm and wonderful photos, Rosie! I loved them all! Thank you for sharing them (and the quotes!).
    So glad you enjoyed Easter with Aslaug's family!
    Hope you enjoy your weekend...it is a *gorgeous* day, here and we are so, so thankful for it! :)

    Kindly,
    Katy

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  2. Delightful as always! Love the quotes at the top of the post!

    Julia looks like Chubb in that funny photo....

    Tell Sophia that I really like her new haircut - it looks perfect on her!

    Deanna

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  3. Sigh... your pictures make me want to spend time with your family. They are truly the art of homemaking and living.

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  4. Oh, they all look like such fun! I love eggrolls and yours look fab! Much love- Raquel XO

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  5. I still love the curtain art! Whether here or on facebook. Thanks so much for sharing again.

    Blessings,

    elizabeyta

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  6. it all looks so wonderfully cozy

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  7. Love Sophia's new 'do. Two of my big girls are about to have their waist-length hair cut for Locks of Love. Do you donate as well, or does your mama save it in a ziploc bag, or...?

    Little C. is so sweet with her kitty. :)

    Birdy

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  8. 'Just passin thru' Loved your pics
    I do have home pics on my other blog also on xanga which for some reason I can't add here... We are in the process of moving which is always stressful... Hope it will be the last one... I did live in the us for 6 yrs and still miss it
    also had snail mails for 18 still have some!
    Blessings from across the pond would love a comment if you get chance...

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  9. LOVE this post! Such artistry in your photos! The top picture looks for all the world like a Carl Larsson painting, does it not? :)

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