|Free Union Library|
Today's the day of the Artisan's Studio Tour here in the Charlottesville, VA area. It's going to be a GORGEOUS fall day, and I've added some new paintings to my one-person show up in Earlysville a Suzanne Crane's Mud Dauber Pottery. Grab some friends and tour the absolutely stunning countryside of Virginia while visiting artist's studios and enjoying appetizers and drinks. What better way to spend the day?
I loved this old library/residence in Free Union, VA, established 1781. It's very near the Country School, and the touch of fall was evident in the light and colors. Free Union and the northern Albemarle area has some deep history, with many of the original buildings remaining.
Saturday, November 10, 2012
Tuesday, November 6, 2012
|Great Aunt Hannah, Age 100|
Here's my Great Aunt Hannah, age 100, interviewed by the Chicago Tribune on March 17, 1928. She talks about looking forward to voting on election day for Al Smith (as well as about Irish fairies and prohibition...).
She lived to 102. That's a lot of voting.
Saturday, November 3, 2012
|Preddy Creek Albemarle Residents|