Just a little teaser for the Summer Farmhouse Kitchen. . . .A sneak peek. . . .
I may be going through my second childhood. . . .I have a tremendous desire to "play house". . . .
I never had a doll house growing up. . . .Don't remember ever asking for one. . . .Now, I can't pass one up. . . .Some loving Dad or Granddad crafted this "White House" for a special little lady. . . .I ran across it over 20 years ago for $5. . . .It became an addition to the living room--in a home that looked almost like the doll house itself. . . .
And, I furnished it the same as that house. . . .These are just a few of the pieces I was able to find this morning. . . .Somewhere I have many more. . . .
My nephews grew up playing with the White House. . . .I'm probably in trouble for telling that! . . . They played with my tea set, too. . . .(grin). . . .Maybe they won't read this post. . . .(grin). . . .
I haven't paid much attention to the White House for many years. . . .This morning when I was in my sewing room, my eyes caught a glimpse of it stored way in the back. . . .That's when it hit me. . . .the great desire to "play house". . . .
John helped bring it to the Summer Kitchen. . . .and there it will sit for the entire summer. . . .while I renovate and refurnish every room. . . .and will be as thrilled as a 6 year old. . . .
I remember as an adult, Mom asking Daddy if he thought I'd ever grow up? . . . .
"I sure hope not!" he'd say. . . .(grin). . . .
Who says we have to, anyway?
. . . from my farmhouse to yours. . .