5.14.2010



before the show and then after the show.

I don't have pictures of the actual performance this time as I was a backstage helper and didn't actually get to see the show (Alice in Wonderland) myself. I had to make do with sneak peeks from the wings during rehearsals which was hard for me as I like to capture every. single. moment. It was definitely one of those times in life when I wished I could be two places at once because I also love everything about being backstage- the excitement, the last minute sewing and bun-pinning, nerve-soothing, the rush of seeing of things coming together.

I hope to remedy this blog neglect real soon. First it was due to extreme busy-ness and then it was yet another flu bug I picked up.

Hope everyone is well and up to creative goodness.

17 comments:

Shelley Noble said...

Brava! Wonderful!

Lisa said...

She is such a beauty. Look at all those lovely roses. I always loved the backstage excitement as well.

Laina said...

Beautiful!

Susan said...

Doesn't she look lovely. So grown up. How time does fly.

Relyn said...

No flu bug here, thank goodness, but we've got that same busyness. For us, school ends this Friday. Can you believe that? So we are crazy busy right now. Still, I wanted to stop by and check in. Was missing you.

Tiffany Trent said...

*hugs to you and Livi* So gorgeous!! :)

rebecca's rainbow kisses said...

Am I your anonymous Rebecca?! I sure hope so. I just wrote a post on antique books and thought of your beautiful bookplates! Thank you for continuing this ancient work of art! It makes a difference and matters to me :) You might want to see the bookplate I found recently. I think it is so lovely and the attention to details is priceless. Maybe some inspiration?(http:rebeccasrainbowkisses.blogspot.com).
Your photos of "Alice" are magical. I love the richness and warmth of the photos.
With happiness in a busy day,
Rebecca

Jeanne said...

HI! I found you! I love the blog and looking at your beautiful artwork. It is so exciting and inspiring!
jeannie

rebecca's rainbow kisses said...

Hello! Because I love your bookplates so very much, your blog is linked to one of my posts. I'm hoping that my readers will stop by and find you and your lovely blog.
with happiness in a busy day,
rebecca

Relyn said...

knock knock?? Hope all is well.

Amy. said...

Beautiful. Thanks for sharing her big day with us.
Amy

Susan Tuttle said...

gorgeous -- and what incredible poise she has. Look at all those roses -- your house must have smelled luscious!

xo

Heather said...

Oh goodness. I think I have a crush on your blog. It is just too too beautiful. And I see we have a lot in common. Lovers of old timey things and mamas to very sweet little gals. I'm off to get lost in your etsy shop! so pleased to meet you~
heather

Relyn said...

Knock, knock? Hope everyone is well.

eb said...

such a lovely princess - she is glowing!

xox - eb.

Amy Sullivan said...

~Your daughter looks so lovely.~I know about productions.~They are exciting, magical & exhausting. I am a scenic during the theatre season.~After a show opens, it takes me about 2 weeks to come back to reality.~I just found your blog from Susan, Walk in the Park~ :)~amy~

Relyn said...

I was just dropping in to wish you and yours the happiest Independence Day. May your day be full! May you enjoy laughter shared with family, great food shared with friends, fireworks to make you gasp, a lump in your throat at the anthem, and a full and grateful heart at all we have been given. Happy Fourth of July, my friend!

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