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November 26, 2006


Cay G.

You and your girls are so creative.

Thank you for the "flow'rs of the fairest, bring flow'rs of the rarest," you bring to us from your "garden and woodland and hillside and vale and seaside and pond."


Very beatiful and interesting.


I love the still life. It makes me want to visit your garden.


Oh Alice, your sweetness and kindness continue to marvel me! What beautiful photos! You need to add a picture of the loveliest November blessing sitting next to the collection - YOU!

Alice Gunther

Thank you so very much Cay, Cheryl, Cheryl, and Kimberlee! Kimberlee, when I read, "You need to add a picture of the loveliest November blessing sitting next to the collection," I thought you meant Eileen! LOL! Thank you so much for the compliment! : )

Agnes just reminded me of a glaring omission from the still life--the children's nature journals and watercolors! And what about Anna Comstock's book?! The collection could go on forever, I suppose!


This is so cool, you never cease to amaze me you and that beautiful family!! Thanks for sharing this, it totally made my day today!


What a gorgeous still life, Alice! I love the color scheme and all the meaningful items you have included! Thank you so much for including the woolens for little Eileen. I am honored! :)


Absolutely beautiful and inspiring, Alice! You and the girls have captured so much of autumn's loveliness in one spot - colors, textures, ideas!


Absolutely lovely!
I was pleased to hear you re-recommend the Beads of Mercy, I keep scrolling through that fabulous collection of rosaries. The offerings make decision making difficult!


I can only echo everyone else. It is beautiful, inspiring, and lovely. I don't think it is too busy at all.

Thanks for sharing!

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