So, on the Wednesday of Kelinda's visit we headed to Sparta and yes, she loved Julia's store.
You just have to stop for a moment before going in to check out the yard of decorations. Her settings change as the seasons do.
When you come in, look up, someone or someones are watching you.
So many settings and the loft, well, the loft is beautifully spooky.
As Kelinda paid for her treasures at the counter, I told Julia that if I ever won the lottery, she would be painting the walls of our home - LOL.
After enjoying the company of such a lovely artist and lady, we went to check out a couple other places in Sparta.
There are many lovely things to check out in Sparta as well as the Sparta Country Candles and after we explored as much as we could on this hottest of hottest days we headed back and made a stop in Delhi too.
We wanted to see if there was anything on our family at the Museum as there has been in the past and sure enough in their book was this -
We are not sure who wrote the piece or took the picture but there is my dad.
We got some shots of the surrounding area of the museum.
With the old model of a kiln.
Once upon a time this was where, first, Imperial Tobacco was and then Benson and Hedges but now just a storage place with an old rusted tower.
The week flew by and before we knew it Kelinda was heading home. It was really fun exploring with you. You can't see them but Bear and Tigger were between Kelinda and I.
Miss you and see you soon.