Saturday, March 22, 2008

Goin' On An Egg Hunt!

I thought maybe you'd like to join me as we look for the "prize egg" today.
Will it be our mint green "egg"...er, I mean, house?
just for fun...#1
Baby blue for you...#2

Reflections in green for thee...#3

Ooooh sage with arched mahagony door...#4

House alive...#5

In a fix...#6

I'm in heaven...#7

I can't wait...#8
I hope you had fun on our egg hunt. Now, come on in, and lets eat some potato salad and deviled eggs with ham together before taking a nice long cozy nap! sighhhhh...zzzzz
See you tomorrow! (when I wake up)
Love, Rachel








21 comments:

Alison Gibbs said...

Mmmmm... Number 4 for me
Happy Easter
Alison

Janne said...

Oh, what a fun post! And do you ever live in a colorful town! I like numbers 2 and 3 - well, plus several others, but those are my favorites.

Have a Happy Easter!

Linda said...

I think I like #5 the best. I love the porch, as well as the porch on the second floor! Your houses are so much fun, Rachel. Thanks for having such a fun hunt!
Happy Easter to you and your family. LOL, LSH

Ronda said...

What beautiful houses...love them! That was a fun trip...I absolutely love all of the front porches(and the pretty
Easter egg colors,too)! Hope that you are having a good day!

Melissa @ The Inspired Room said...

Now, this is my kind of Easter Egg hunt! LOL! Thank you!

Brenda Kula said...

Well, now that was a fun idea! Took a little ingenuity. Kudos to you! Had fun on the drive to houses. Or did we walk?
Brenda

Esther said...

What a fun Easter egg hunt! Thanks for inviting us along!

I hope you will have a Happy Easter!

Love, Esther

Glenda said...

Gosh it makes me want to go inside each and every one of those. I like that style. It's something I would have rather found in my house hunt 10 years ago rather than my townhouse. But only in a smaller version.
Happy Easter to you and your family.

Glenda

Farrah said...

#2, 4, or maybe 8! Oh, I'll just take 'em all! Lol!

Tara said...

Cute post! I liked the last one best, but then could take any--not fussy!
:0)
Tara

Yellow Rose Arbor said...

Oh, my, they are ALL sooo gorgeous, hard to choose! Are these beautiful homes where you live? Great town! I love this type architecture.

Happy Easter!

Katherine

Anonymous said...

HI RACHEL, WHAT A GREAT IDEA. ALL THE HOUSES ARE BEAUTIFUL. I HAVE THREE OLDER SISTERS AND THREE YOUNGER BROTHERS AND I LIKE HOUSE NO. THREE THE BEST. KEITH

Pink Icing on the Cake said...

Rachel, I love all those houses. It was hard to pick a favorite.
Have a Happy Easter!

Hugs,
LeAnn :)

Lori @ Katies Rose Cottage said...

Oh my gosh !!! those houses are to die for !!! sooo pretty ~
Happy Easter !
xoxo,
Lori

Rue said...

This is my favorite egg hunt ever ;)

hugs,
Rue :)

Karin said...

Absolutely love the houses! But why are there so few trees in the town? Storm took them down? Disease? Never had many in the first place? Old beautiful houses need magnificent trees to stand alongside them!

PAINT MINE PINK said...

Rachel you are too funny! How gorgeous are those houses. Oh but you forgot a PINK ONE! LOL
otherwise i'll have the first one please :)

xo
SHann

fireflynights said...

Loved the houses you selected, especially 1 and 4.

Susie Q said...

Oh what a gorgeous egg hunt! These homes were delicious! : )
I loved the tour as I am loving your blog!
I have bookmarked it and will be back a lot! It has been sweet to *meet* you!

Hugs,
Sue

Mommy said...

I like # 3,4,&5 the best. Too hard to decide. :)

Sophee-a Laroo Bijoux and Sheri too said...

WOW- My favorite victorian houses. I am partial to the blue one because mine is a blue victorian style. I live in a subdivision where a lot of the houses look the same. I love my blue house! A romantic porch now that is another favorite. I have a small front porch and I just spruced up my back patio/porch for spring. Please drop by and visit my blog. I will definately visit yours again.