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We're just a couple of country dwellers......

that love nature, hunting, fishing, gardening, campfires, crafting, cooking, canning, laughter and living!!

Ya just never know what I'll blog about next...

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Sunday, April 17, 2011

In the Garden

It's time to share one of my projects...

It involves all of my favorite things:
playing on the computer,
and my favorite
place of history in Wessington Springs

I've been putting together a new website
for our local 
Shakespeare Garden
they needed an updated
presence on the world wide web 
so, I introduced them to Blogger.

I hope you'll give it a visit and 
tell me what you think!

(I'm still working on transferring a blog to a
registered domain name
if anyone has ever been down this
road before let me know.)

We are going to have fun
promoting all the wonderful things
they do at the cottage and garden
 throughout the year!

I hope the site will attract 
some attention and entice some summer
travelers to come for a visit...
Come have a cup of tea in Hathaway Cottage
then stroll through Shakespeare Garden.
We love sharing our 
little piece of heaven with everyone!
See you this summer...

Hope you're having a great weekend!
(we're watching the snow melt)

linking with Mary at Little Red house for Mosaic Monday
Please join us!


Nancy said...

Sounds like a very fun and cool project, Lisa. Look forward to reading and seeing more! :)

texwisgirl said...

English gardens are just enchanting! Lovely work you're doing!

Country Gal said...

Wonderful collages ! I love English gardens , their cottages and villages.My up bringing is British. Great post, have a wonderful day !

The Wife of a Dairyman said...

Beautiful! and great job:)

eileeninmd said...

Wonderful post and photos, The cottage and garden sound like a great place to visit.

Farmchick said...

What a great project and I am glad your snow is melting :)

A Garden of Threads said...

Stunning mosaics. I would love to visit the garden and have tea.

Anonymous said...

What a lovely undertaking for the Shakespeare Society! You are so artistic and the mosaics really show it.

Vee said...

Oh I'd love to visit...

What a great way to promote the garden and the Shakespeare Society. What fun to think of William in the world of blogging.

Snap said...

What a wonderful, fun project! Good luck!

Lavender Cottage said...

Quite an admirable project and I think the blog you've created is great.

Ricki Jill Treleaven said...

What precious garden pictures!

I am visiting from Mosaic Monday.

Thoughtfully Blended Hearts said...

This is a beautiful mosaic...it should attract many visitors...lovely photos!!!
Have a beautiful week!!!

Linda K. said...

English gardens are my fav. Good luck and success on your ventures.
Beautiful mosiacs.


Gardening in a Sandbox said...

Looks like a lovely cottage garden. V

Naturegirl said...

English garden..my fav. best to you in your newest project!

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

These are the most gorgeous mosaics! They would make beautiful cards! I see you like a lot of the same music that I enjoy, too! ♥

(Queenmothermamaw) Peggy said...

Sounds like a wonderful garden to visit and have tea. I like your music
too. Nice to visit Have a wonderful Holy Week with blessings.

Michaele said...

What a wonderful project to be involved with. I will check out the site.

Anu@My Dream Canvas said...

This is so beautiful. Hope to see you at My Dream Canvas

Anonymous said...

The flowers sure are beautiful! =)

Now I'm off to check out the new website... where is Shakespeare Garden?