Friday, April 06, 2012

Cherish

Daniel's Ship
The girls and I have been having the loveliest time!
I'm just cherishing every minute with them & I haven't been taking as many photos
as usual but I wanted to share this beautiful hand carved ship
that Daniel made. My boy just blows me away :-)
Books
The old books were at a really cool little Cafe-Bistro we went to yesterday
that had the best soft pretzels & cappuccinos!

29 Lovely Comments:

Blogger Kathleen Maunder said...

Daniel's ship is so beautiful! He is truly talented. Old books on a shelf...like an old friend to me. :)

4/06/2012 8:15 PM  
Blogger Kerry O'Gorman said...

That's the prettiest tiny ship I've ever seen! Oh! and the books...I could spend hours and hours pouring over those. Have a great weekend.

4/06/2012 8:26 PM  
Blogger We Blog Artists said...

He is incredibly talented!

Love the old books...
I am about to paint a 4x8 painting just of books for a back-drop for our school's play here in Canada...so I hope you don't mind, I may use your photo for a visual study.

Enjoy the time you have left with Margie and Arounna...
HUGS
Char.x

4/06/2012 8:35 PM  
Anonymous suzanne b. said...

My daughter and I just watched a very sweet little (older) animated video called "The Mousehole Cat" on Amazon Prime, about a cat and his owner who save Mousehole, Cornwall from a storm. It was so sweet, with lovely artwork (adapted from a book), and then I checked in here and Daniel's little boat looks like it should be in that film. :)

4/06/2012 10:11 PM  
Blogger Mad Lane said...

Hi, I'm a huge fan of your blog. I just wanted to tell you how much I love your posts, and your absolutely stunning photographs!
Have a wonderful weekend :)

4/06/2012 10:23 PM  
Blogger Yna said...

What a little tiny ship. I love it. I dream to sail away with it... :) Yna

4/07/2012 12:03 AM  
Anonymous Deborah Watkins said...

I've just started to read your blog and I love your photographs. There is so much sunshine and light in every one, I can almost feel it! Its usually quite overcast here in the West of Ireland where I am from - its so good to catch a glimpse of your beautiful country. Thanks!

4/07/2012 1:41 AM  
Blogger elizabeth said...

I guess I don't have any idea of where you live except that it is in Mexico. I have an image that it's somewhere remote and off the beaten path-which is a good thing. When I saw the video of the cafe, I realized you're not so far removed from "the world" as I know it. A good thing also. I really must get to Mexico.

Happy to hear you're having fun with your friends!

4/07/2012 1:44 AM  
Blogger Chloe said...

Oh the ship is fabulous! :)

4/07/2012 4:02 AM  
Blogger Jacky said...

Very talented...Daniel can turn his hand to many things! Painting, woodcarving. Great to see his creativity.
That bookshelf if divine as are all of those lovely old books.
About to check out the cafe...enjoy!

Jacky xox

4/07/2012 4:18 AM  
Anonymous Sharon said...

Love the ship! Wouldn't it be fun to have several of them as ornaments for a Christmas tree at a beach house!

4/07/2012 6:45 AM  
Anonymous Rendell said...

Thank you for letting us in on some of the cherishable moments you are having with your dear, dear friends...you girls must be having the best time exploring, creating,relating, etc...And Daniel's boat is awesome, he has such talent.

4/07/2012 8:15 AM  
Blogger Scotty and Emi said...

That boat is amazing! And loved the bookshelves. I have been watching your blog and LOVE IT.

4/07/2012 9:45 AM  
Blogger Els said...

You have reason to be proud !!!!!

4/07/2012 9:51 AM  
Blogger Ale said...

De todo lo bello que muestras acá y cuentas, me encantó el barquito que te hizo tú hijo Daniel. Me da tanta risa de que te saca de quicio, pero así somos alguna vez todos de hijos. Lo que nos queda como madres, es disfrutarlos tal y como son, porque algún día dejarán el nido y extrañaremos justo eso.

Besos para tí y tus hijitos!!

Ale

4/07/2012 9:55 AM  
Blogger Birula artes said...

Tudo que by Geninne, is beatiful. Olá Geninne, vim lhe desejar uma Feliz Páscoa! Bjokas. Enilde

4/07/2012 11:14 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi Geninne! This is Sophia from New Zealand :) (I don't know if you remember me?)
I love Daniel's little ship it is amazing!
By the way I have lost all my contacts on my computer but I would really like to contact you would you be able to email me I guess you still have my email address?
Thanks from lil NZ :)

4/07/2012 6:19 PM  
Blogger nicole said...

What a lovely little ship of dreams...

Happy Easter Geninne. Have fun celebrating with the whole gang!

4/08/2012 4:59 AM  
Anonymous Amber said...

That boat is sooooo cute. We actually live on a sailboat and have a site for our adventures and another site for the adventures of the Legos on the boat. He might be a bit old for the site but can check it out at EveryKidsTravelClub.com if he's interested. I really love your site and your monthly screen savers help me to stay on track with the date. (We bought a few of your boat prints before we dreamed of moving onto a sailboat and really love them.)

4/08/2012 9:19 AM  
Blogger sallie kate said...

what a great boat!
and those old books...mmm...I can almost smell the worn pages.

I love your blog. Happy Easter! :)

4/08/2012 9:31 AM  
Blogger Phoebe said...

I love the boat, it's so cute!And the books look gorgeous- I could read them for hours!
I've just discovered your blog, but I already love it Xx

http://thelittlemagpiegirl.blogspot.co.uk/

4/08/2012 11:55 AM  
Anonymous sandra said...

That boat is awesome!

4/08/2012 3:32 PM  
Blogger Simona Inserra said...

beautiful ship!

4/08/2012 3:39 PM  
Blogger Dorien Ruben said...

That boat looks wonderful! So well made :)

4/09/2012 8:55 AM  
Blogger Ana Rita said...

I miss mexicoo lovely things

4/09/2012 6:10 PM  
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4/10/2012 2:22 AM  
Blogger LR said...

me recuerda mucho de niña en mexico. mi papá nos hacia barcos
lindos como este.

muchos saludos.

4/10/2012 5:05 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Me encanta!
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4/10/2012 8:53 PM  
Anonymous Miss Crumpet said...

That boat is amazing! I would love a larger size for my sideboard (fab nail polish too).

4/18/2012 6:14 AM  

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