I love this story and am very eager to hear (and see!) how Jonathan renovates this old homestead.
I find it fascinating the story and wonderful the news.The color you chose is perfect and the kitchen already looks completely new and fresh.I beg your forgiveness for not having yet sent my little thank promised but I'm living really busy days!I embrace you tenderly, flora
what a sweet story- I cannot wait to hear more! Your kitchen color is beautiful ♥
Your story is wonderful...lucky Rosey getting at least the kitchen done before she arrives.Can't wait for the next installment :-)
I'm so simple, lol! I just love the wide plank flooring. :)
Kim, Oh, this is good. Not only do my eyes get the treat of your wonderful way with design and color as you renovate the Old Jacobson Home but my imagination is spoiled by the story of the lovely characters that live there. I will reread this again and again, picking up each detail, until your next post. Your Friend, Deborah
So imaginative.. the story of Jonathan and Rosey has just leapt off of the page and into my mind and heart. Keep writing because I want to hear what comes of their little farmhouse and the delightful and blessed little rosey posey..
Very enjoyable story you have woven there and a lovely little house too. :-)
Such a wonderful story you are weaving as you bring this gorgeous little house back to life. Love it!!
I love the little vignette with the tools. :D
I am so happy that I found your blogs (linked from Tidymom)! They are wonderful! I have a dollhouse that I have had sitting for YEARS in the garage and I think it's time to get to it and have some fun, now that all my kids are out of the home...Thanks for the inspiration!
Oh my goodness!! I love this so much!! Can't wait to see Rosey's reaction!!
How adorable! I came to check out your dollhouse blog after you mentioned it on your regular one. I'm hooked on the story (and my son's name in Jonathan!) and I can't wait to see what they do to the rest of the house and the cute little kitchen. I'm a new follower.