Sunday, December 13, 2009

Trecking to Concord, Massachusetts.

"Nesting on Main" is my favorite shop in the world. Whenever I am able to travel to Concord it is the first place I go.

I have the best friends. People in the art world are just different from everyday people. They just get it. They don't look at you like you've come unglued when you need to get away for "Mental Health" days and spend a day looking for ways to be inspired.

I love hanging out with my friend Karen. We are definitely kindred spirits. We have found the most wonderful places to renew our creative selves. Last weekend we went to Vallaincourt Art to see Charles Dickens's great, great grandson perform a "Christmas Carol". It was so magical. This weekend it was Concord, Mass to visit Louisa May Alcott's house for a Christmas celebration with the "Alcott" family.

I can just imagine Louisa sitting in the window seat dreaming up her wonderful stories.

This is the school where Louisa's father taught his philosophy.

Every room in the house was witness to their artistic achievement. There are still original paintings and drawings on the walls.

When we left we were greeted by a tiny snowman made by a guest. He fit the mood of the day perfectly.


  1. I've had a nice visit on your blog. Your work is those banners and sorry I didn't get in on that swap! Thanks too for stopping by my blog and leaving a comment. Merry Christmas!

  2. Hi Joyce

    I've always wanted to see Louisa's house! There will be a special PBS documentary on about her life soon --check your local listings

    I hope you and your family had a very joyful Christmas and that 2010 will bring many new blessings.