Picture of a happy woman.
Snow is unusual in Fredericksburg"
Our first shop on Cherry Road. We lived there 1980 till 1992.
When I was gone for a few hours, Jackie built a snow bear in the yard to surprise me.
Ice hanging from my backyard studio, a great work space!
Red houses are always pretty in the snow.
Our red cape in the country was beautiful in the snow also! Back door here.
I was about 65 here that seems young to me now!
My wonderful studio beside the red cape with a neat herb garden.
We loved our country life with room to plant 20 pecan trees and have a large garden and keep a few pet goats, they were white Cashmere and incredibly clean and sweet. The second spring we had six kids and were overjoyed with them! Raised as lap goats, they were gentle and friendly and we loved interacting with them through out the day.
The kids loved to climb in Jack's lap and cuddle. Any time he would sit down near them, they would run to him for petting and play.
When Maggie was born in an ice/sleet storm, her mother rejected her and kept only the larger twin brother, so Maggie was bottle raised, She was immediately understanding about house training and never one time messed in the house, I made many many trips outside with her as with a new puppy.
I have never loved any pet more than Maggie, with countless fine dogs and many dear cats and a number of horses long ago.
We lived in the tiny studio building while Jack rebuilt our cape house.