05
Jul
12

what i saw on a walk (a house, a car, a display of collector teacups)

house designed by edward fickett (our entire hilltop…4 separate communities were all designed by fickett in the mid-1960s through the early 1980s as they were developed by the cabots.) the house below is in the group of homes designed after ours.

the homes below were the last to be designed.

i have no idea when these teacups were collected.

but i suspect that they bring some happiness to their owners as they shimmer in the west-facing window.

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