Thursday, August 28, 2014


August is a wonderful time of the year
and it is also when Tasha Tudor was born!

Beloved Illustrator 
Tasha Tudor
August 28,1915- June 18 2008
photo by Richard Brown

There was a celebration!
The first gathering of the
N.Y. Chapter of
The Tasha Tudor Museum
at the Macedon Public Library

Macedon, N.Y. Chapter
Richard and Carol Elaine at

It was great fun!

Happy 99th Birthday Tasha!

We watched "Take Joy"
and many commented on how
 peaceful and calm they felt after it was over!

There were books to look at..

and new friends to meet!

We were asked to wear
old style dresses and a few of us did...

and Ashley Maggie May was 
welcome to come along too!

 Ashley met new friends too!

Carol Elaine read poems and quotes

There was Lunch

and then a Corgi Specialist 
spoke aboutCorgyn,
Martha Ihrman a champion breeder

and we met 3 smiling sweet Corgyn!!


Beloved, I wish above all things
that thou mayest prosper
and be in health,
even as thy soul prospereth.
                                     3 John 1:2
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There were many drawings for
Door Prizes...
and the last ticket call had my numbers!
And so plush corgi came home with us!!
 Isn't he so cute?

 Mr Stubbs was not impressed!!
I wore a Laura Ashley 
Vintage Prairie dress 
and I thought it would be fitting to pose 
with my lovely sweet goats
"Lottie and Capri"

The Mousiekin Family 
enjoyed a "Fairy Saddle ride"

Enjoy some pictures by Nell Doore of young Tasha
from the book
" Tasha Tudor The Direction Of Her Dreams"
by Wm John and Priscilla T Hare

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Hope you enjoyed!
And Happy Tasha Tudor Day!!
Many Blessings and Love, Linnie

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Harley the parrot says:
Take Time to
(do you see him on the chair)?

Long, long ago in the days of yore,
It might've been sooner, or not before,
Along a mountain track there came,
A gallant Corgi of quite some fame.
And there beside the track he spied
A maiden fair, who to him cried,
"Oh kindly Corgi, here my plea;
I've fallen off my horse you see.
And so before you further roam
Would you, please sir, take me home?"
So said the Corgi, "I do confess;
How could I leave you in distress?
So climb upon my back fair maid
I'll take you home as you have bade."
And so the Corgi started forth;
"My home's a castle to the north."
They journeyed there, and at her door
She cried, "I should have said before,
I'm a fairy princess sir, you see,
And for you kindness to me,
I'll leave upon your back
All traces of the fairy tack."
And till this day you still can find
The fairy's saddle to remind,
How the Corgi helped the princess fair,
And just as well for You will care.