on Pinetree Drive
Six months later, the unimproved dollhouse was still in the garage . . .
One piece at a time, across seven months . . .
No question, you hit a home run.
|Dollhouse on pole|
|Elf OfficeNotice the cut sticky pads to keep the furniture from blowing away|
complete with corner fireplace and custom handmade curtains
Even an artist's studio
with easel and original painting of
a giant face peeking in the window.
And a story to tell,
July 24, 2013 . . .
24. From careers, they both have retired.
25. His art fills the house and the yard.
26. Their charm, it was hard to resist.
27. He had spied the small house every Sunday
The Kaiser Allen Reading Room
33. More questions were asked, bright and bold,
As both sides of the story were told.
Then come to find out,
With a murmur and shout,
Barbara too, had a limerick, Behold!
|Son-in-law Thaddeus Nathaniel|
|Architect and Builder|
|Tiled upstairs patio|
with stained glass window
created by Paul
|Me with Kaaren Nowicki, |
the friend who helped rescue
the dollhouse from Burlington Rd.
|Neighbor Tom McHaney |
|Friends Pearl McHaney |
and Sara Weigle
Suspects 2 and 3
|Neighbor Clark Weigle |
piled on by adding a tiny artist's canvas
painted by his son James.
|The Criminal Element|
Nextdoor neighbors, Frank and Maureen Glass,
had planned to outline a body and add yellow
crime tape, but we took the dollhouse down too soon.