Bespoke Watch Chain
One wall of my Dining Room. The area above the chair rail is a sage green, the
bottom had a faux paint finish from the prior owners. I used Great Barrington Green -
a Historic Paint color by Benjamin Moore Paints below which turned out amazing.
With the cancellation of all events, my Spring income for the horses did not come in to pay for several months board, their spring vaccines, physicals, and insurance. I am, however, grateful for everyone who has been supporting the horses via my Etsy shop. Without the Spring events, it makes it hard to develop or invest in new items or restock some of my current products as all monies go to pay for the horses or back into some business expenses. Many new items are things that I have already had, so everyone will benefit from unique and lovely pieces.
The Journal of the American Revolution wrote a great review of my book, Tea in 18th Century America and I advertised for a couple of months on their site. If you do not have a copy, it is a wonderful book (yes, I am a bit biased). When buying from my shop, I can send you a signed and/or personalized copy.
Will be working on a refresher of my presentation on tea given at Historic Annapolis, hopefully will be able to sell at the Fort Loudoun Market Fair & Firelock Match from Friday, 26 June to Sunday 28 June, information on a program for the 4th of July in the Paca House and Gardens.
Nelson begging for a peppermint
Mallory and Mindy - Thug Life
Haddy - she still has a small area on her face that is healing from a cut a few weeks ago