I know I haven’t done 47 weeks of windows – I wish I had – it’s just that there are all these interesting blogs and I insist on reading them. I feel like, well, I want to do both. Read and post. I’ve never been a fast reader, and I’ve always got something to comment on (can you say Downfall?) So I do more reading and commenting than posting. But that’s OK, I suppose. I’m enjoying myself, either way. You guys are all just too dang good! That’s the problem! (Notice how I kind of put the blame on you.)
But Christmas makes for some good windows, so I thought I’d try to get it together and show you a few of ours.
HAVE A HOLLY JOLLY HOLIDAY, ALL.
OK. That last one has a kind of door/window thing going on, but I like the color.
To all, have a safe, peace-filled holiday season, from our home to yours.
Salon in Haddonfield, NJ
Shop window at Peddler’s Village, Lahaska, PA
Now get over to Dawn’s and look through any window. 🙂 Click here…
A quick peek at Lahaska, PA’s Peddler’s Village for Thursday’s lingering look at windows on a cool fall-like Saturday.
And on the way out of Lahaska, breezing passed New Hope, and cutting through Lambertville, one more window before home…
Please stop by Dawn’s blog – lingeringvisions – You don’t know how pretty windows can be til you’ve seen some of these.
A very dear friend of mine took me on an interesting jaunt. Since we only met about 8 years ago when we were teaching at the same school, I’ve seen little of her past. She took me to her high school and to where she first taught. I saw where family members call home and then – YAY – she brought me to a quaint shopping center in the middle of a lovely town in PA. Sadly, with all that driving around, we let the day get away from us, and the shops were about to close. We hurriedly purchased a few items, stopped in an ice cream shop and bought a frozen hot chocolate – yes an oxymoron, but that’s what they called it – and then off we went.
Now we are an unlikely pair, her being 39 and me going on 62, but a friendship we formed, and it is one I cherish. Knowing that I love to blog and take a picture or two, she surprised me with a visit to the inn where she and her husband were married.
I give you the windows at Bridgetown Mill House.
I hope you enjoy these because I sure did!
Of course, the wedding was not held at this beautiful old, but crumbling building. The festivities were held at the venue below. But I was just beside myself when I saw the greenery mingling with the bricks, and the windows being overwhelmed by the trees.
Click here to get to Dawn’s Thursday Lingering Look At Windows and many more wonderful posts.
Thanks for stopping by. 🙂
There’s a new casino in town. Well, maybe not new. But as the AT&T guy says in the commercial: new-ER. This week, I thought I’d concentrate on one place for Dawn’s Lingering Look at Windows. Just because there are so many of them. And don’t ask. NO! I don’t do windows. But you might want to DO AC. It’s an interesting place to visit. Bring a camera!
The following is a view from the inside, out.
From the lobby to the ocean in one easy hop!
And the inside has a wet-your-whistle window display…
A plethora of liquor-a!
If you should be passing through on your way to, wherever, stop by. You are always Welcome in New Jersey.
Visit Dawn’s blog by clicking here. Thanks for the visit. 🙂
This woman is not a world traveler – or much of a traveler at that. (not ’cause I don’t want to. Just cause it’s not in the cards at present) So pix of windows are a tough row to hoe for me. But having a place at the Jersey Shore lends itself to a few more choices than when we’re at home. I do, I believe, owe an apology to my dear blog-buddy, Dawn. She’s the host of this (true) challenge, and I’ve tried to keep up, but it’s just not happening. That said…
Sorry I missed a few “Window Weeks”. I have been enjoying the view from the windows you and others have posted, but alas, I’ve been amiss. (is that a word?) But, now, I am back – YAY! Right? Whatever, girlfriend. Here is my entry.
Liquor Store – ah – Cape May, NJ
Cape May, NJ #4
Cape May, NJ numero 5
LUNCH! in, yes, Cape May, NJ
Nope. Not Cape May. Ocean City, NJ
Stone Harbor, NJ. Check out the old stuff in the window.
Coffee Talk. Stone Harbor, NJ. Yummy multigrain croissant and Creme Brulee coffee coffee.
Borgata Casino, AC, NJ
If you haven’t been to the Jersey Shore, do try to put it on your to-do list. As they say in Atlantic City, DO AC. There’s also OC, and Brigantine, and Wildwood, and Stone Harbor, and Cape May. There are zoos and beaches and casinos and rides and so, so many restaurants. I’m sure you heard, We’re Stronger Than The Storm, and things have been improving tremendously after the Hurricane Sandy devastation, so do DO NJ. (and no, this is not a public service announcement from our illustrious governor.) 🙂
Visit Dawn’s blog @ lingeringvisions.wordpress.com . She’s not hawking Jersey. She’s just got some cool pix to share.
I’m sitting here gazing out the window, waiting for the plumber. It’s 8:20. The Phillies are up and – surprise – winning, and the score is 2 – 0. But I can’t concentrate on the game and I’m starting to think Walt may not show. I suppose I should not have said it’s not an emergency. I guess I should not have given him the option that Thursday or Friday would be fine. I forgot to value my time. Duh! Now I’ve done a bunch of housework- no fun , when I could have been out shopping or riding my bike or doing something other than boring housework – and still have shut off valves that are stuck. I guess I learned a lesson. I guess tomorrow’s another day.
THERE’S STILL NO ONE AT THE DOOR. It’s 8:30. Should I give up the ghost?
These are some of my windows. I don’t get out much – thanks to Walt! Click here to visit Lingeringvisions and a look at or through more windows.
A trip to the Discovery Museum and a whimsical look at windows.
Welcome All Mad Scientists
Polly want a cracker?
A peek into the kitchen – if you dare
Stuffy will teach you all about how to take care of yourself when you riddled with germs
Fruits, veggies, and yes, carbs at the bakery
AND, THE MAN THAT MADE IT ALL POSSIBLE…
(see there are some windows in the background, too)
Click here to visit Dawn’s Wonderful World of Windows.
Thanks for visiting. I hope these were an unexpected sight and that they brought a smile to your face. Kids. You gotta love ’em.