April 25, 2011

Annabelle Takes A Stroll Through The Corgyncombe Conservatory!

Dibble Dabbles and Emily Corgi Found Amongst the Spring Blooms!
Annabelle M'liss walking amongst the flowers at the Corgyncombe Conservatory.
We love the book "A is for Annabelle", written and illustrated by Tasha Tudor, about an old fashioned doll and some of her belongings from A to Z. Annabelle M'liss was named after Tasha Tudor's doll in
"A is for Annabelle" because she reminds us so of her.

The Dibble Dabbles have joined Annabelle M'liss in the Conservatory. Dilley Dibble Dabble in the middle was named after Diane's 4th great grandfather's sister Dilley. The duck on the right, Wakefield Dibble Dabble, was named after Diane's 7th great grandfather Wakefield Dibble.

Emily Jane Jones Shepard Corgi appears in the Conservatory as a reflection on the glass!



Marqueta (Mar-keet-a) said...

Dear Diane and Sarah,

Oh, how fun! I love your conservatory (and the sweet Corgi reflection); Annabelle is a lucky girl.



Christie said...

Just too precious for words!! I think your sweet little Dibble Dabbles are having a grand time escorting Annabelle M'liss through your glorious profusion of Spring blooms in the conservatory!

I can't wait for you to meet the newest little residents at Grammy's house....John Jacob and Eliza Dormouse. They are getting settled in and can't wait to meet all our friends!

Always much love,

The BUTT'RY and BOOK'RY said...

Oh!!! This was just tooooo cute for words!!!
I can just imagine the aroma mmmmmmmm!
Annabelle M'liss and the "Dilley-Dibble-Dabbles"......tooooo cute,.....and what can I say
about Emily Jane Jones dose it come any
Happy Blessings, Linnie

Diane Shepard Johnson and Sarah E. Johnson said...

Dear Christie,

Tillie is eager to hear all about John Jacob and Eliza Dormouse!

Your friends,
Diane and daughter Sarah, and Tillie and the Dibble Dabbles at the Corgyncombe Courant

Diane Shepard Johnson and Sarah E. Johnson said...

Dear Linnie,

Yes, Annabelle M'liss just loves the fragrant flowers in her conservatory! I do, too! Last night, my husband brought in a bucket of 49 sweet smelling daffodils! The old kitchen is so bright and the fragrance was just lovely when I came down this morn! With the golden sunshine coming in the room the daffodils just glowed! The last snowbank has finally receded due to the warmer temperatures and all the rain..... it is greening up so beautifully!

Your friend,
Diane at the Corgyncombe Courant

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