Thursday, November 09, 2006

corners of my home

It was a bit worrisome here today with a sick horse. As I was finishing a walk around the hayfield and down the lane, I saw a large brown lump in the pasture. It was our pony Jessica laying sprawled out; she loves to lay down and sunbathe from time to time, but this was not at all the same. I managed to coax her up, and after an hour of walking her, she seemed to be doing better. The vet had some suggestions and hopefully she will be feeling her old self soon.

Another picture from my daughter's room for today's corner. A yard sale table is her desk and the chair was originally from my grandfather's tavern which he ran over 50 years ago. I made a slipcover for her to match the duvet cover.

The little needlepoint cushion that hangs from the closet door is a project from Decorative Victorian Needlework by Elizabeth Bradley. I love her designs and her books are beautiful...

Thanks for the kind comments on the hot pad tutorial!

9 comments:

  1. Oh, I do hope the horse is better, and soon. My daughter helps out at the Arabian ranch around the corner and I know what they go through when they have a sick horse.

    Thanks for sharing more corners from your daughter's room. It's a lovely room for a young lady.

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  2. I hope your horse is all better very soon.

    The corners from your daughter's room are beautiful.

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  3. I do hope Jessica is okay.

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  4. Hoping your pony Jessica is doing well ... would love to see photos of your horses!

    Always enjoy seeing the "corners of your home" - such a beautiful bedroom.

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  5. I just love your daughter room. It looks like a peaceful room. I am glad the ponys doing better. have a yummy weekend. Clarice

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  6. I love Elizabeth Bradley needlepoint, I did the same horse a few years ago and it sits waiting to be made into "something". I did a search on blogger under EB hoping to get ideas and was I surprised to see my horse on your site (mine has a green background)! What a great idea! I will try to copy what you did. Is the back needlepoint or fabric? I know the local NP store will do much better than me but they charge a fortune so wish me luck!

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  7. I just love your daughter room. It looks like a peaceful room. I am glad the ponys doing better. have a yummy weekend. Clarice

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  8. I hope your horse is all better very soon.

    The corners from your daughter's room are beautiful.

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  9. Oh, I do hope the horse is better, and soon. My daughter helps out at the Arabian ranch around the corner and I know what they go through when they have a sick horse.

    Thanks for sharing more corners from your daughter's room. It's a lovely room for a young lady.

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