Tuesday, May 29, 2012


On this thundery, cloudy morning---a little whimsy, a lot of BRIGHT.

This is a magical little vignette of family and home and children, and I think you'll smile a lot when little Stella takes the stage.



Jane and Lance Hattatt said...

Hello Rachel:
Stella is a star!

Oh, our hearts are melted!

Chesapeake said...

Stella is FABULOUS! Has she been taking lessons from Sweetpea?

And Mom's not bad either.

Patsy said...

Cute as can be!

Southern Lady said...

So adorable ... thank you for sharing Stella with us.

Jeanne, backyard neighbor said...

Hi Rachel, Yes, to your request to use any picture I have ever posted. I don't have any claim on my photos and I gladly offer them to you or anyone who cares to use them. Do you want me to send it to you by email or you can lift it with your cursor. Let me know. One of the garden club members grew these for our sale. She has a secret to the beauty of them. She uses African violet food by making a half galleon at a time. Then the secret ingredient is a few drops of vinegar. She says it makes them bloom. It is worth a try. Smile.

Little Stella is adorable as she dances. Her mommy can dance so lovely as well and Stella touched my heart. Thank you so much for sharing this wonderful performance.

Love, Jeanne

Beverly said...

She is adorable.♥

Wsprsweetly Of Cottages said...

Hi Racheld,
I watched this on TV and enjoyed equally as much the second time! How adorable that baby girl is. I love babies so much..probably why I had seven in a row. :)
Thanks for giving us a second look at this tiny dancer and her sweet family.
And..thank you for your comment!! You always, always make my heart sing. And MY children WONDER why I blog!! It's because of people like you...

steelersandstartrek said...

We spent three plus hours last night at a barely tolerable local dance recital that my nieces were in. How I wish we'd seen someone with the charm of Stella then!

Thanks for sharing.

Kim S. said...

I should say that our nieces were MORE than tolerable. ;-)

Stella stole my heart. Those curls, those cheeks, those little chubby legs begging to be nibbled. I could eat her up!