12 February 2008

Some Dairy House goodies ...

I took these photos when I was at DH on Thursday. These are a few of the items currently for sale. Thought you might like to see them.



I'm practising here on the blog before adding more photos to the Dairy House website. At least on here I know you'll tell me if the photos are rubbish before I ruin DH's reputation before I've even started!

At last, after 2+ weeks I'm beginning to feel more like doing something. I was quite energetic yesterday which was a treat, but I'm taking things a bit slower today, although I'm still feeling, thankfully, much brighter. P on the other hand isn't.

I had a lovely time last evening sorting through all my old photographs of gardens past. They are from pre-digital days so will need to be scanned if any of them are ever going to make it onto the blog, and I don't think I have time for that just at the moment. They brought back some lovely memories though, and made me even more determined to get cracking on this garden as soon as possible. In between doing everything else of course ...

It's another lovely sunny day today - do you think this is spring? Have a jolly day!

15 comments:

Nostalgia at the Stone House said...

Hi Sue,
So glad that you are feeling better.

Love the slide show - there are certainly some tasty treasures there! I spotted a rather nice red gingham lampshade amongst some French lovelies......

Niki

Ex-Shammickite said...

I have noticed on quite a few blogs that the weather in UK is warm and sunny. How lovely! We are in the middle of yet another snowstorm here in S Ontario, which guarantees slippery roads for all the people driving to work in the morning.
My grandbaby is already 2 days late so I hope the roads are cleared before they have to make the hospital run!
Thanks for the info about The Choir, I'll keep watching for it.... but we usually get UK TV shows a year or two after you do!

Libbys Blog said...

Now I have so much time on my hands and once I am allowed to drive again and feel up to it I feel a visit to the 'Dairy House' on the cards, as you are not too far away!!!

see you there! said...

The slide show works for me, I adore that doll house. Always like to look at the things you have.

The weather in CA is tempting us to think spring as well.

Darla

cd&m said...

Love the slide shows are they esy to do?
Love that dolls house, if only I had a little girl....

kelly said...

Hi Sue, glad to hear you are a bit better. Poor Dillon has been ill for about a week now and its played havoc with his sugar level (diabetic).

The slide show is wonderful, so creative and the pics are super, a great selection of lovely items. I saw many things I would love to have!

Lucy Bloom said...

Hi Sue, your Dairy House pics look great, I'd love to come and visit sometime - as you know it's finding the time... Glad you're feeling better now, Happy Valentine's,
Lucy x

Nonnie said...

Glad to hear you're finally feeling a lot better and more full of energy. The slide show is great. I am definitely having a trip to Dairy House once you take over.

periwinkle said...

If only I had the pennies, Really nice pictures, I think I have to go with the majority so far and agree that the dolls house is something special. My dad made me a dolls house when I was younger with lights and everything. I wonder what happened to it?

Clare said...

Hi Sue,

Very glad to hear you are well on the mend!

Great slideshow - can't wait to come along and have a browse in person!

Clare xx

OhSoVintage said...

What a great slideshow - you are so clever! I really enjoyed seeing the lovely things for sale and look forward to coming to Dairy House soon.

the homely year said...

Hi, I love lots of the htings you're showing us. Can't wait for spring to get on with some decorating and changing things in the house.
Margaret and Noreen

Joanna said...

They are all such pretty pictures. I love the dolls house, and everything else, so mcuh to catch up on since I last visited, I'm very behind reading blogs.

Blooming Berets said...

Hi RE Swing patrol
there were quite a lot of people there;the main intructor was a man but there was a woman that helped him and there were also about seven couples who demostrated some dances.
I don't know if that'll be any help.

Garden Antqs Vintage said...

Sue: thanks so much for stopping by and I hope you visit often. I love your style and so wish you lived closer to visit your store. Have a great day, Theresa