My Favorite Things
Love candles in windows
Spring calling. Love Pussy Willow.
She lived in the old way.
Jemima Puddle Duck is the first in forty Beswick Pottery and Royal Albert figurines in my Beatrix Potter collection. Beswick was a pottery manufacturer, founded in 1892 by James Wright Beswick and his sons and are chiefly known for producing high-quality porcelain figurines such as farm animals and Beatrix Potter characters that have become highly sought after in the collectables market. All such Beatrix Potter figurines have now been retired. Old Beswick 1948-1989 Royal Albert 1998-2002.
The Captain and Luchiere walking off in the clouds - wipe your eyes and know it just doesn't get any better than this.
Captain Gregg saying good-bye to Lucy as she sleeps. He is going away and making her forget he was ever there in order for her to find love with a living man.
Captain Gregg and Lucy in stairwell of Gull Cottage
"Gull Cottage" from 1947 film, "The Ghost and Mrs. Muir". The movie was filmed entirely in California (though set in England); built in Palos Verdes by 20th Century Fox's production department & taken down after filming ended, the set had no running water or electricity, & ceilings were removable to accommodate lights & sound equipment.
Gull Cottage The Ghost and Mrs. Muir 1947
Lucy Muir typing "Blood & Swash" in her bedroom at Gull Cottage - the captains painting hangs on the wall