Showing posts with label bed and breakfast. Show all posts
Showing posts with label bed and breakfast. Show all posts

Monday, March 31, 2014

Prettying Up Hollyhock Haven

Hollyhock Haven Bed and Breakfast

Gotta rush but I'm getting more and more enthused about this Bed and Breakfast idea. If you have been reading my posts lately, you'll see I have had a more or less one track mind. And that's to perk up and pretty up our B&B. I even came up with a new tag line. “A stranger is the friend we haven't met.”Still working on painting the utility and entrance but other things kept crowding in. One friend I have never met saw the pictures on the website and had a lovely comment. She said “When you're done, you'll have a very, very pretty Bed and Breakfast, Marilyn.” Well,I got to going. See you soon? I hope so!

I have a 'wonderful gutt” as the Amish would say, recipe for Granola which would be super popular with our guests. Should I pick up more ingredients today? P.S. Just wait til you taste Country Scrambled Eggs and our Smoothies...
Well, I really must run. I want to pick up some turquoise paint for the utility among other things........That's my feet running out the door! (I know, I know, it should be two tracks!)
Oh I forgot to mention something that's really gonna put our little back-country town on the map. A few years ago I pestered a friend of mine to sell her donuts, and the last couple years she has been doing so. If they become world famous I wouldn't be surprized. I was told they did ten batches a day with nine and a half dozen donuts in each batch and they ALWAYS run out. 

Wednesday, December 11, 2013

I'm Dreaming About...You!

I can’t seem to fall asleep, tonight but I’m dreaming anyway, and those dreams are putting a smile on my face and joy in my heart. I’m picturing Hollyhock Haven as it will be once the word gets out. Hollyhock Haven is the name of our Bed and Breakfast and you can see the picture of the house above. In my mind’s eye, I see a couple with two or three small children walk in the front door, look around and whisper: ‘Home Sweet Home’. That’s the feeling I want people to get when they walk into our ‘haven’. We want them to especially get that feeling if they have never known the security and tranquility of a truly God-centered home