Country diary of an edwardian lady

Immerse yourself in the enchanting world of an Edwardian lady's country diary. Explore the beauty of nature and relive the elegance of a bygone era through captivating illustrations and insightful observations.
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Morning Musings: Country Diary of an Edwardian Lady - September Books, Nature, Art, Drawings, Art Inspiration, Nature Inspiration, Drawing Pad, Watercolor Artist, Botanical Watercolor

♫The Country Diary of an Edwardian Lady♫ Edith Holden writes in her Nature Notes for 1906: September was the seventh month of the Roman calendar, but is the ninth according to our reckoning. The Anglo-Saxons call it 'gerst-monath,'--Barley month." Mottoes: "Fair on September first, fair for the month." In the DVD series, September begins with Edith and her new husband, Ernest Smith, unpacking boxes in their new home in London. It is 1911 and they have just married. Ernest sees her Nature…

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Morning Musings: Country Diary of an Edwardian Lady - October Country Diary Of An Edwardian Lady, Autumn Cottage, Edwardian Lady, Dappled Light, Stars At Night, Cottage, Edith Holden, Scrapbooking

♫The Country Diary of an Edwardian Lady♫ Edith writes that October was, "The eighth month of the old Roman year. By the Slavs this is called 'Yellow month,' from the fading of the leaf; to the Anglo-Saxons, it was known as Winter fylleth, because at this moon (fylleth) winter was supposed to begin." This month the DVD series opens in London. It is 1913 and Edith thinks back to her engagement and her concern about how her father would take it. After her brother's break-up of his marriage his…

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