Wednesday, August 5, 2009

Victorian Rose Cottage Tradition

We had our annual lunch here today.
Erin, Elora, and Erin's mom Lynn.
To be in this place is like being in a world all its own.

Last summer I did a post on it here.
This time I wanted to focus on the stunning art...the ones I liked best.While I was hobbling around with my bad foot taking pictures, Elora said to me,
"Grandma Honey, I don't blame you. I walk crooked sometimes, too."


Elora fell in love with this "Cinderella shoe."

Gorgeous decor

Elora looking suspiciously from the corner of her eye
at my camera. Which explains why I didn't take many pictures of her today.

We missed Aunt Twila (Lynn's sister) this year.
She is in Missouri helping her brother and sister- in- law with their quadruplets!


I sure wish I could help!

11 comments:

Rebecca said...

ohhhhhhhhhhh......I want to go to this place. It looks so fun!

Tom and Karen Mortensen said...

Me too! It is so pretty there. I love all that art work.

grandmapeg said...

The art work is gorgeous!! What a nice tradition you guys have and one that Elora will always remember. You are a trooper Jill for going when your feet hurt!

Kathy's Red Door Welcome said...

How fun! I love the art work too. I love traditions that bring us closer to the ones we love. My goodness, I can't imagine raising quadruplets! I've been catching up on the last few posts. I always enjoy reading about what's going on in your life. Thank goodness for the internet!

Eileen said...

Quadruplets! How fun! God Bless them and their family!

This post was fun! I love all the art work and it's hard for me to pick a favorite!
I just heard from a friend of mine that we have a little tea house not too far from us and it sounds very similar, with the dress-up hats, and the beautiful decor, just as if you are sipping tea in someone's dining room. I'd love to try that sometime! It looks like you had a wonderful time and I'm off to check out your other post on it!

I hope your foot heals soon!
You are in my prayers.
All the best,
Eileen

Lisa said...

Good job on the photo shoot Jill! Gotta love Victorian era. Anna & I ate there once & saw Bev with Pam & Candace in there. We all sat at the same table & had a nice time. That was my first & only time but I did like the quaintness of it all.

You're still hobbling, I guess.

Mary said...

My Grandma Haley used to have a "Cinderella shoe" just like that one! I wonder what became of it?

kelly said...

Beautiful artwork and Elora's comments always make me laugh, like walking crooked...wow, quads? My goodness!

Twila said...

Thank you Jill for sharing your pictures. A lovely place to go and enjoy. I'm so sorry I missed it this year, hopefully next year I can rejoin the party.
I came home this evening from the babies, they are growing and starting to respond with simply beautiful smiles. Thanks for thinking of me!

Twila

Jill said...

I'm so sorry I spelled your name wrong, Twila. I will fix it right now.
Fun to know the babies are smiling now!!

Sue said...

I really want to visit that place. It looks charming.

=)

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