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Wednesday, December 12, 2007


This picture might look depressing to some of you, but the picture doesn't do it justice. This is in front of my store (my cottage garden). Yes, everything is dead and covered but still very beautiful. This is the entrance to Teacups & Twigs. It may look a little shabby, but I love shabby. I surrounded the garden in old found fencing. Each section of the fence is a different style. Adds character. I have old wicker chairs in the garden, carts, birdfeeders and houses. Anything goes, to me.

Here is a look at our island with the old wagon. This day was a very grey-white day. It looks like the sky is the same color as the snow. I love this look.

Another wintery look. Our home. Hazel, our dog, loves the snow. Doesn't she look relaxed on her stroll up the driveway?

Having been born in Texas and raised in Southern California, I love the seasons, and this is my favorite (WINTER). Just look at those trees. How beautiful.


Shabby in Pink Boutique said...

Ahhhh I think your cottage store looks pretty. The snow adds a cozy charm. Enjoy the snow! & Happy Holidays!

Pear Street Studios said...

Looks so beautiful... and COLD! I was born and raised in Chicago, but now live in Texas... so I'm missing the seasons right about now :( Thanks for sharing these glorious images!!!

Cottage Collections said...

Happy New Year karen! I wish you all the best in 2008!

Stephanie said...

What beautiful pictures! I especially like the two snow covered trees in the last pic.

Hope you are having a blessed start to 2008!

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Melissa's Cozy Teacup said...

Most of my family lives i Cheyenne. Now I know where I can go for a good cuppa when I'm there.

KJ said...

I linked over from Ruth Welter's place. You have a very charming place here and I love the title of your blog!

I can see that we have a few things in common. First of all, the Lord!!! Also, my name is Karen—although I go by KJ on my blog. I was born and raised in Long Beach, CA. and I now reside in La Habra—not far from Yorba Linda. I lead Worship once a month in Placentia for the Placentia/Linda Aglow.

I have been to Yellowstone 2 times in my life and I have also visited Cheyenne. It is gorgeous in your neck of the woods.

Best Blessings,

vickie said...

I linked over from Shabby in Pink, I love your snow pictures. I live in Central Texas, snow is rare here. Your cottage store is so cute! Happy St. Pattie's Day!