So I was perusing the Internet, and avoiding some reading I had to do for class and came across Suze Oman's website...don't you just love her scrapbooks? I do, so I decided to WASTE more time figuring out how she does that and came across Picaboo, it's 100% FREE and to sign up all you need is an email and password. SO then...I figured I should give it a whirl, hence my Glamorous Women digital scrapbook, pictures I've had on my laptop since 1963. So, I invite you all to try it out, then you can pass links to family, friends...or whoever may want a copy, and they can view and even purchase.
Last week in The Daily Mail there was an article on Prince Charles and his wife Camilla. Charles, of course is the heir to the British throne and is father to Prince William and Harry.
Have you ever dreamed of being a royal? Well I have, but my dreams were never as lavish as these numbers show. Between Charles and Camilla there's 25 personal staff, yes that's for 2 people. They include butlers, dressers, chefs and valets.
In total his total income is 18,825,000 GBP around $27,296,250. The same amount roughly as Princess Diana received in her 1996 divorce settlement. I'm pleased to see he donated over 78,000 GBP but that's less than what he spent on his gardens that year.
So, I ask what would you do if you were a Prince, or Princess? What would you spend your money on?
Also...Camilla has been retreating to her private home as of late to spend time with her grandchildren, she's so fond of having 'time off' as a wife and consort and now her daughter's moved into her home (she just had twins) and she wants to be there as much time as permitted.
In 1978, Ina Garten left her job as a budget analyst in the White House to pursue her dream of operating a specialty food store in the Hampton's seen in the movie 'Somethings Gotta Give'. She is a frequent contributor to major national magazines and writes a recurring column in O Magazine. Her television series can be seen on Food Network. Ina lives in East Hampton, New York, and Southport, Connecticut, with her husband, Jeffrey.
With the increased interest in Ina's television series, she built a barn to do her segments and entertain her guests. Here's a peek inside her new barn...
Ina expanded her home by building a barn to film her Food Network shows you can see more images from House Beautiful here.
For all those who love Ina Garten, the Barefoot Contessa, you can see her house on zillow here.
You can also see my post about her childhood home here.
What a beautiful family kitchen, with hardwood floors, stainless steel appliances and granite counter tops. This open layout includes a beautiful breakfast table, with access to the outdoor patio. The owner is Neva Scott from Richland, WA.
To maximise space, Neva uses monotone pottery a space saving trick used in set design and model homes, also by using glass canisters, it allows light and the view of the granite back splash.
Neva likes collections, she uses large cream ware to store similar collections. A large vase of wooden spoons, and delectable treats in her glassware.
In another tour home, by New Traditions homes I thought this dining room would accent well with Neva's kitchen. A light garden feel, with a comfortable wingback chair for the master, or host.
Having lived in a vibrant English village in Central England for over eleven years, I've 'grown' to appreciate the idyllic countryside and blossoming gardens. Above is a beautifully laid pathway, almost as if that door leads you to a secret garden. The roses are blooming in the large beds.
A paint washed fence, with beautiful pale pink roses. Gravel pathways make gardens feel natural and the lavender is not only beautiful but leaves a lingering aroma.Must have ::large pond::