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Happy New Year! I watched that episode a few days before Christmas. I've so enjoyed watching these - thanks for the links. I would have never known about them otherwise.

Teresa Kasner

  *H*A*P*P*Y* *N*E*W* *Y*E*A*R*!*

Say - I just got a family for my dollhouse and moved them in.. I just posted photos, I invite you to visit my blog and see. I need some cupcakes for my house. I'll go look on your daughters Etsy shop.

((hugs)), Teresa :-)


Exactly what I need...off to fetch some tea and I'll be right back! Thanks and Happy New Year!


Oh it was just as I thought...delightful. I vaguely remember watching it months ago, but it is more meaningful now in the middle of Christmas, if one celebrates the Twelve Days of Christmas. What a dear the gardener is and how finely he presents the produce. I so enjoy watching him select the fruits arranging them just so in the basket. And all this "old way of doing things" is so fascinating. That Lily of the Valley display on a Christmas Day must have been delightful.


Yes, a most lovely series that we shall probably never see anything the likes of again. Glad you have enjoyed it too.

Happy New Year!

vicki haninger

Thank you for the invite, I will be right over to check out the new family in residence. Sounds like you are having lots of fun with that dollhouse!

vicki haninger

Thanks Vee, Happy New Year to you!

vicki haninger

'Delightful' is the perfect word to describe Harry (and this wonderful series). I do enjoy watching the episodes in their own season, have learned much and am always inspired.


Happy New Year, dear ~vicki!!!!

Angila Roy

Great blog. All posts have something to learn. Your work is very good and i appreciate
you and hoping for some more informative posts.
thank you.

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