Okay, I think I have found the pictures, still on the memory card. I am a visual learner and no matter how many times I am told how to do something, I need to have it written down. Very frustrating when Bob just tells me " you will get it in time". No I won't unless it is written down step by step!!!.
This is the new ( or possibly "slightly used") kitty. She loves to sleep under my feet while I blog.
This is the first house on the Newburyport House Tour. Very impressive outside and a great, but small, kitchen with one of those glass door fridges. Hard to keep neat, but very impressive for a tour, LOL.
Some houses that weren't on tour, but caught my eye.
My friends liked all the colors on this house. It's hard to see, but the door is a beautiful blue with the terra cotta and the green trim. Unexpected, but fun!
I love how the pumpkins are still over the door and the color of the house juxtaposed with the color of the pumpkins! And really, the earth was not tilting on its axis, just me trying to take pictures and walk at the same time. You should see what happens when I try to add chewing gum to the routine, LOL.
Some nice second floor windowboxes.
On this note, I really must get my act in gear and do something other than sit at the computer. It is the grayest day imaginable and must be a good day to do some cooking or something before I bundle new kitty up in the carrier and drive her to the vets. And yes, to those who asked, my vet does make house calls. Her practice is called "Veterinary Housecalls" and she travels. It is a great convenience when you have multiple animals. We try to keep them all on the same examination/vaccination schedule so she only comes once a year. She has a small "surgery" in her home where she does the spaying etc. and that is where we are going today. It is a little cheaper if you go there, plus I just want to know all I can about this little kitty.
I'll fill you in later.