Wednesday, May 5, 2010


The only body of water I am nearby today is a tall glass of ginger peach ice tea!(Photo courtesy of Mighty Leaf Tea)

I am sticking close to home today as I am supposed to be interviewed for a newpaper article about my book, Waterside Cottages!


Jane said...


There is nothing better on a warm day than a tall, icy glass of peach tea.... unless it's citrus and mint, or mango and mint... Can you tell? I am a true girl raised in the south. (G.R.I.T.)

Jane (artfully graced)

Penny @ The Comforts of Home/Lavender Hill Studio said...

How exciting! Even though I am land locked in the middle of mountains, I still love my autographed copy of Waterside Cottages. I look through it all of the time, dreaming...

NeereAnDear said...

I want some of that tea!!! Sounds so cool and refreshing...

Congratulations on not only your soon to be interview but also on your article in Romantic Homes... just got my copy today and will be enjoying the read this weekend..


simpledaisy said...

That is fabulous! I have always wanted to write my own crafting/how to/be happy book!!
Maybe someday:)
I have a ton of ideas.......
Thanks for being so inspiring:)

Shellbelle said...

Oh Barbara, you've been having so much fun while I was on my blogging break during my move to Coastal Georgia.

Your post on SoCal made me homesick, so I must make a trip to Redondo Beach to visit my son soon! Growing up on the beaches there still bring my favorite memories. Now I've moved from the Gulf of Mexico in Florida to the Atlantic in Georgia.

Congrats on being in Romantic Homes Magazine, thrilling! Can't wait to read your newspaper interview, I know you'll share it with us.