Tuesday, August 26, 2008

Beautiful Views



Along with coming to the Arts Festival, you could also stroll through the magnificant gardens. I should really dig up some of our wedding pictures to show you that these gardens are very well kept. Things look pretty much the same as they did 17 years ago. Sonnenberg is now a historic landmark too so it will continue to be a great destination for visitors.


I didn't have the chance to go thru all of the gardens but I did get most of what was special to me.




So, I've shared set up and the beautiful views but I still haven't shared what was really exciting to me. Tomorrow I'll share that :)


I just want to remind you that if you leave a comment today thru Friday here on my blog your name will be entered into a surprise drawing! Hmmmmm, what could be inside this cute package???

8 comments:

rosebud101 said...

I hope that you post some photos of your wedding! I can only imagine how beautiful it was in that setting! What a wonderful place to have a show or a wedding!

Anonymous said...

Linda,
It was so beautiful at the gardens - sure did beat looking at Cows, pigs and chickens at the State Fair! Do post the wedding photos...
Marcia B.

Linda said...

I've got to dig them out from the attic. It might do me good to see the younger me and the younger Pete too :) He's five years younger than me anyways so he always looks good to me.

Lets see what I can find :)

Anonymous said...

I wish my yard looked that nice! I think it's a great idea to pull out the wedding photos, sometimes it gives us a little reminder even if we don't need it ;)
Jen Lyman

p.s.
I got the little cupcake book there are so many things I would love to create in there I just need a sewing machine!!!

Meghan Norsen said...

I just love the shrubbery in the gardens!!!

Ooh La La...

Deb said...

I can't believe I missed this last night! That's what I get for having an early night.

Linda those formal gardens are outstanding & the homestead looks fabulous - I too would love to see your wedding photo's.

Susan said...

holy guacamole!
would have loved to have been married there !
so...what's in the amazing can? And which one of my brilliant friends made it?

Linda said...

Hey Sussssieeee, You are too much! Well, during the class you had to miss this can was one of the things we made while we waited to get our PMC treasures out of the tumbler. This picture is actually Meghans can but mine (which will be part of my give-away) will be the one some lucky person will get filled with a beadie treat.....Post again today sweetie and I can add your name twice to the drawing.....your a bit behind everyone else ;).....Did you like the way I boosted your order with Meg?????? More stuff for you!!**Meghans can....isn't that funny :)