Cape May

Hubs and I took a 2 day trip to Cape May, NJ this week.

We ate delicious food, went to the beach, checked out the local Farmer's Market and lazed around reading good books.

I love the old charm of the town and can't get enough sightseeing whenever I am there.

Dreaming of ocean winds, salty air and white picket fences.


  1. Thanks for leaving a comment. Let me know if you stencil a wall so I can come see!

  2. Great photographs!! Love the homes in this style. I am sure it was a wonderful weekend!

    Art by Karena

  3. Where did you stay? Any good recommendations?

  4. my kind of place :) i love the photos!! enjoy the weekend! susan

  5. Love Cape Cod! It is one of my many favourite places to visit in the U.S.A. Your photography is wonderful. Makes me want to visit it again.

    Changing the subject, I seen you over at Kelly's (Much To Do With Nothing) and you mentioned you had a Serger and was looking for pointers. Presuming the one you have uses 3 or 4 threads (not an Industrial type) there is one particular soft-covered book on the market that I have had for years which is now available through the website AMAZON.COM (under the title of books).
    It is called: ABCs Of Serging (A Complete Guide to Serger Sewing Basics - Young/Bottom Chilton) It is extremely straight forward as instructions are supported with pictures. I HIGHLY RECOMMEND it as it covers basically everything you need to know. (Without any intention of disrespect I refer it to my Serger Bible.)

    P.S: I don't have a blog but hopefully this information will assist you.

  6. Oh, shud have mentioned the authors of the book are:
    Tammy Young and Lori Bottom (Foreward by Naomi Baker) -Brenda-

  7. My pleasure. If you purchase it you will not regret it. :) -Brenda-

  8. MRSBEN, I can't believe it. I pulled out an old stack of books that I had stashed away when I inherited mom's sewing supplies. Would you believe the book you recommended was there the whole time? I have started reading :)

  9. I LOVE Cape May ! My hubby and I went 20+ years ago and would love to go back. Such a quaint and restful spot in our little state of NJ !