Friday, September 20, 2013


It has been a week since the last ladies Bible class and I have heard from friends that they are looking forward to when I post again (Hint, hint), so today I will show scenes from yesterday's morning ladies Bible study. We are still in the tent but this time had most of the windows zipped over the screens, and turned on a little heater. I am thinking that might have been our last tent experience of the season before the winds and the rains come, but we might be able to do it one more time. I will end the tent meetings with a big bash of a fancy high tea and a special singing and presentation of Bible gardens, from Eden to Gethsemene.

This wicker was supposed to be sold in the sale but it did not make it.

The only thing I have to present that was in any way unique is that lunch box, above. I rescued it from someone's abandoned truck, hammered out the dents, and painted it. For awhile I kept it on my writing desk with the long envelopes, business size, in it, as it was a perfect fit.

Yesterday I lined it with wax paper and filled it with tea sandwiches.

We used all the cups I brought back from Australia. I hope I did not bring too many home with me, and I hope you Aussies have enough for yourselves.
My neighbor, who also comes to the study, has grown this pumpkin called sweet meat, and I enjoy having some of them on my front porch.

I am still so busy at home and looking forward to adding more to this post soon, on the subject of "detailing" and how it adds to the over all effect and personal satisfaction of the home. I will add to this post soon.


SharonR said...

I always look forward to your posts. These pictures are so lovely, as were the pictures from your last post. I know you're very busy, so I'm happy to wait until you have tine to write. Thank you so much for taking time for this, though. I just love them all.

Julian said...

I'm eagerly looking forward to the posts on that subject! Thankyou for taking the time to spend here.

Anonymous said...

I love how you changed the colour scheme :)
Even the cookies (cakes?) tone in!

I look forward to the next bit of the post!

living from glory to glory said...

Hello, I loved your pumpkins on your front porch. They looked so elegant. I loved the title of this post, I think details really make a difference in almost everything.
We awake to snow on the Greenhorn this morning. A change is on the horizon. I also loved the old lunch box, and how you place the tea sandwiches in it!
I pray you have a lovely rest of this month. Now, may I ask where did it go?
Blessings Always, Roxy