8/16/10

{one morning in maine}

Recently, my sister and her family spent 10 days in Maine.
I loved some of the photos that she took and am excited to share them with you.
My nieces and nephew collected these various shells and stacked them
on an old door that they found on the beach.
white shells on a white painted floor
at the inn where they stayed.
Aren't they pretty? wouldn't you like to spend a morning in Maine with this beautiful view?
My sister Kim mentioned the book One Morning in Maine by Robert McCloskey. This book is by the same author of the beloved books Make Way For Ducklings and Blueberries for Sal.
Even if you don't have a child in your life, find an excuse to go to a bookstore and pick up some great childrens literature by this author.

Stop back later this week for some more moments in Maine!

8 comments:

fernandflora said...

A morning in maine?? Yes, please! What pretty photos and you took me back - I love Make Way for Ducklings and Blueberries for Sal. Those illustrations kill me! xo

Tricia said...

Oh yes, I'd love to go! Seashells and the ocean sound wonderful :)

koralee said...

Soooo lovely...I adore that area of the world. xoxoo

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Anonymous said...

Ahh, I want to go back!

Kimberly S.

Blessedmom's Simple Home said...

Thanks for sharing these photos. I've never been to Maine, but the photos are always so beautiful. I love the seashells too :-)
Blessings,
Marcia

SueAshcraft said...

Kim sent me to your blog. I also love your website and sometime when I visit my daughter (recently moved to Denver) I hope to visit some of the places you mention.

SueAshcraft said...

Kim sent me to your blog. I also love your website and sometime when I visit my daughter (recently moved to Denver) I hope to visit some of the places you mention.