My way of keeping in touch with my "out of state family" with pictures, scrapbook pages, lots of genealogy information and LIFE in general.
Sunday, July 12, 2009
VICTORIAN MOUNTAIN VILLAGE IN THE OZARKS!
Yesterday we spent the day in Eureka Springs, Arkansas. It's a lovely little town here in the Heart of the Ozarks. They have all types of shops, art galleries, spas and have the sweetest Victorian Bed and Breakfast places for you to stay in. The "gingerbread" homes are carefully preserved and the pastel colors and ornate decorations are beautiful!
We rode the Trolly around town and then had lunch at DeVito's, a litte Italian restaurant. It was nice to sit in a lovely place to have lunch and cool out a little. It was very very Hot! and the Humidity was Bad!
If you have never been to this little town, you really should go. You would enjoy it as much as Ron and I do.
I love genealogy, painting and scrapbooking. I taught painting classes and did craft shows for more years than I can count. I have scraped for over 12 years. I started digital scrapping about five years ago and love it. We have a half-dozen grandkids and I am always snagging their pictures off their "FaceBook" to scrap. My daughter "Suzie" takes beautiful photo's that I try my best to snag for scrapping. I also love all things Americana, Shabby Chic, Vintage and Gently Worn. We both love to visit Thrift Stores and Flea Markets almost every week-end. The one thing I Hate to do is cook. But hubby spoils me by being a great cook and doing it all, even the grocery shopping. The kitchen is his and that is find with me. One of my favorite quotes is: "You can't get a cup of tea big enough or a book long enough to suite me. by ~ C.S. Lewis~