Sunday, November 29, 2015

And off you go

My last post with the Tardis. I'm a little sad that our adventure is ending. We sure had some good times together and I enjoyed the company of my little companion.

I wish I could have taken him a few more places but time ran out. I did get to take him to work with me, to a favorite breakfast spot and another favorite place for lunch, showed him a little history and some pretty towns and of course my own hometown. If the Tardis stayed a little longer he would have gone to the tree lighting on the Common this afternoon.

Before he went off to the FedEx office, I took him to my sister's studio in Woburn, Massachusetts.

I thought he might enjoy visiting with a British telephone booth since he is British and may be homesick.

As he could see, my sister loves her tea and even repurposes tea tins in her studio.

I wanted to show him the cool table my sister bought for the client room of her studio. The d├ęcor is industrial chic.

He got to look at my sister's portfolio of live event wedding paintings she has completed over the last five years.

And here's a photo of the painting of Nancy Kerrigan she did years ago. It now hangs in the Stoneham Public Library.

Here's her latest wedding painting. A wedding under the tent at Castle Hill in Newport. This is my favorite painting to date and I am happy Tardis got to see it before it went to the home of the bride and groom.

After this short visit to the studio, we packed him up and sent him off to Ingrid in Canada. He takes with him some warm memories of good times spent in Boston. I hope our paths will cross again.

Godspeed Tardis!


  1. Oh I just love all the places he visited with you. Your sisters artwork and studio is just a wonderful finale. Love, love her client table too. Thanks for all you shared this month.

    1. Thank you Marilyn. I appreciate your wonderful comments on each post!

  2. Thank you so much for a wonderful month! Your sister's paintings are amazing.
    Sips and Smiles,

  3. What a wonderful visit to the opposite coast, Elaine. Thank you for giving us a glimpse of the scenery, history and beauty of your area.
    I loved the fun visits and teas shared with Tardis and with all of us.

  4. Fond Farewell,
    Rochelle, ATAA