Tuesday, March 31, 2009

Image courtesy: Dard Meade

I'm sad to say that I didn't have time to get my post up about the museum's architecture and the tea treats we enjoyed under the canopy of the huge shade trees. There were too many architectural details that I wanted to show you and not enough time to work with the pictures since hubby and I have been painting like crazy people trying to get our cupboard finished by the weekend. So, I'm hoping that tomorrow I'll be able to post the pictures of the buildings.

Until then Tudaloosheeboo!

P.S.
My hubby emailed me this morning from work and closed with the funny little word above. I just love that he creates his own little words...so cute!

8 comments:

grey like snuffie said...

I think your husband loves you well.

ellen b. said...

Ha! That is a great word! Hey I'll wait for as long as it takes for that post...no worries.

Sharon said...

Looking forward to the pics - totally understand when other things call for practicality before playtime! Good luck on the cupboard. Love your hubby's Word of the Day - ha! Hugs, Sharon

Elizabeth said...

I just discovered your blog and I LOVE IT !
I have always loved the victorian era and tea,I have a 7 year old grandaughter who loves it as well.
Elizabeth

Just A Gal... said...

I love the word he made for you!!!

I have chill's ... so wonderful!!!

Thanks for your wonderful and touching post my friend... One of the best part of what God has in store for me is Tea with you my friend in a wonderful garden!!! Because I know it would be by the grace of God that we meet face to face in this earth ... but friendship that transcend will always be there...

Much Love My Friend!!! and Hugs!!!

JustA

javajune said...

made up words are wonderful! Love the pics of all the gowns. The tea/fashion show sounds like a fun event. I have been to a tea party but only the host and hostess dressed in victorian attire.
Happy wednesday.
jj

Cori G. said...

Hi JustA,
You're so sweet!! Thanks to the internet we can be bloggy friends :). Were it not for such wonderful technology we wouldn't even have that, but one day we will meet in heaven and that will be a glorious day for eternal friends to hug and meet face to face:)).

xoxo Cori

Deanna said...

Hi Cori,
...I'm still smmiling over the word your dear hubby created. I'll try to use it in the future...LOL!

Deanna :D