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Cute Cottages At The Beach

We recently returned from our annual vacation with my hubby's family. We go to a cute little beach town in the state of Delaware. I'm not sure how many years they have been going there, but I have been a part of it for 25 years.

I love taking walks while we are there and admiring all of the charming homes. The climate with its warm and moist air is perfect for flowers and greenery. You see a lot of beautiful hydrangeas and some of them are huge.

Isn't this pink screened door pretty? Many of the houses have screened porches and a lot of them are on the front of the house - love that!

You can see the colonial influence in a lot of the architecture.

I thought the black shuttered door leading to this porch looked really classic and crisp.


White picket fences are a common sight.

See the fish shaped adirondack chair in this front yard?  Too cute!

I bet the new siding on this house will weather to a nice silver gray.

This home looks like it has recently been remodeled and you ca…

Our Son's Graduation

Hi Everyone,
Our son graduated from high school at the end of May. We had a big family party after the ceremony and many of our relatives from out of town came so it was a wonderful day.
It was such a crazy busy time that I didn't get a chance to take any pictures of the decorations for his party but I thought I would show you the announcement that I designed using Picmonkey. I really love doing things like that and I could easily spend hours playing around with it. I used Overnight Prints to have them printed and I was very happy with how they turned out. It was very inexpensive as well. I can't help but brag a little bit and show you some of his graduation pictures. He can be kind of a serious kid but his whole face lights up when he smiles ~ which makes my heart melt.

Here is a picture of us along with my 94 year old father-in-law. My father-in-law is someone I greatly admire.   He is such a good person - so kind, moral, loving and humble. I am grateful that he has been so…