Tuesday, December 6, 2011

Island Cottage Christmas....

I took a long walk (the Jane Coslick restoration project)and snapped a few Cottage Christmas photos.
It was 75 today and instead of a snow village I told my  my client to have a "shell" village............ Rain tomorrow and then very cold.
So depressed about my permit for my cottage restoration...Such a slow process!!!! Tried to walk off my frustrations......and remember .. good  things take time,












9 comments:

Tricia Rose said...

Don't fret about your permit Jane, give your mind a holiday and tell me if you knew that Tidelogs are now coming from Tybee Island! Used to be Bolinas, just up from me, but changed hands last month. Have you heard of them - they are wonderful! tidelog.com

Julienne said...

Enjoy the break the permit will come
soon and then you will be flat out! Love the Christmas colours.

Tybee Dreaming said...

Love the colors, and the nice weather we have had for the last couple days. I'm not looking forward to the cold heading our way.

zedon said...

Hello I worked and search on the different types of dogs beds and prices also. mostly people use the top rated dog beds . these are very highly prices. these are equipped with modern facilities.

Katy said...

why what happened with the permit? Don't make me nervous! Did you know the permit to tear down a condemned shack is $250? ouch. But you're right -- good things always take time. ;)

Maya @ Completely Coastal said...

Ah, so charming! Love the ball ornaments in the flower boxes. Neat idea. Will include that in an upcoming post. Happy Holidays!

Linda@ Lime in the Coconut said...

GREAT things take time, Jane Coslick...GREAT things. Tincture of time to you.

CottageCrazy.blogspot.com said...

Hang in there...when a door closes a window often opens...it will work out. In the meant time check out Paws and Paddles...Jan decorated for Christmas Guests!!! Check out the blog for pics of our local historic area home Christmas tours...love old homes!

Merry Christmas Jane...we Love YA!
Connie & Mike
CottageCrazy.blogspot.com

Mary said...

Good things DO take time, although I'm glad that these colorful and sparkling pictures were there for me to see with a simple click.

I'm wrapping and my back is killing me so I took a break. Thanks for the fabulous diversion.

Mary