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  1. Sig

    And now you have done it all. I’m so glad this dream was able to be fulfilled – many props to Amber for soulsister friendship 🙂

    ROFL – I love the prairie sass – cannot wait to see you rock it out more often.

  2. Vien

    You’re such a carefree soul! Love your bonnet:P

  3. Lorraine @ Not Quite Nigella

    Aww you look so happy-love it! 😀 And how can you jump so high in boots? 😮

  4. Margaret

    What an amazing experience for you! You are a photographer’s dream! I love these pictures – they’re exactly what I needed to see today.
    Your family is so lucky to read your stories and see your photos too. 🙂

  5. Gabby @ the veggie nook

    Aww you are adorable! This reminds me so much of when I got to go see Green Gables from Anne of Green Gables a few years ago- so many emotions! Glad to see I’m not the only one who gets overwhelmed by boos coming to life 🙂

  6. Amber Shea @Almost Vegan

    This was a most perfect day in every way, and I’m so happy to have been a part of it with you. <3 Miss you already!

  7. Alayna @ Thyme Bombe

    The happiness! The friendship! The FEELINGS! The Prairie Sass!

    All of these make me chortle with glee.

  8. Kari @ bite-sized thoughts

    I am actually tingling. The actual fiddle?? Truly?? Oh Hannah, such wonderfulness! And how amazing that they still have the invitation to that party with the orange (and shock :P). All of it is amazing really. Thank goodness for people preserving these things. Much as my heart is in England, I really hope I get to this museum one day – and I’m so thrilled you got there now 🙂

  9. Hotly Spiced

    I’ve never been to her house nor have I ever seen photos so thanks so much for sharing. That’s a gorgeous home in a beautiful setting. I can’t believe Laura was so small. I think that’s the height Alfie is and he’s seven! She was no bigger than a child yet it didn’t stop creating something so huge! I would love to go on that tour, too – I’m a huge fan and full of admiration xx

  10. Heather @ Sweetly Raw

    How fun that you went to Laura’s house! I LOVE that stone house. You look so cute in that bonnet! 😉

  11. CheezyK

    Love that you picked yourself up a bonnet! What fun.

  12. JohannaGGG

    I would love to see the overflowing library. (guess they didn’t let you take photos – sigh) I don’t think I have read her books or barely watched the tv shows but I do love me some literary history and I think I would have loved this place

  13. CCU

    No joke this was an awesome road trip, LOL I giggled when I saw your jumping pic 😉


  14. Kath (My Funny Little Life)

    Wow, this must be wonderful to enter the house of somebody you adore so much and whose books have meant so much to you and accompanied you throughout your childhood! I think it’s a strange feeling of intimacy that bridges time … You feel so close to people when you have a glimpse into the private lives conserves within the things amongst which they have lived.

    I dream of visiting Chopin’s home one day. You know, and see a piano he has played on … 🙂

  15. Emma

    When I was little, we visited the location of the sod house from On the Banks of Plum Creek. I was quite disappointed to discover upon arriving that the sod house had collapsed, and was no longer the magnificent hobbit hole I had pictured.

    Still, pretty cool. I would give one of my small fingers, or two of my toes, to be able to live in a house as pretty as that rock house!

  16. Lou

    I love a good random shriek.

    Also, you have killer pins, and I think you may have started a whole new fashionista trend of a “Runway Bonnet” – strike a pose sister, you are rocking that look 😉

    So so happy for you – must have been quite overwhelmingly wonderful…. your love just spills out through these words.

  17. kelli

    i haven’t visited your blog in so long and i see THIS, you living my wildest dream! i can’t believe you were really there! and the bonnet suits you beautifully!

  18. Lisa @ Blithe Moments

    Oh wow I would totally have cried too! And bought the bonnet. Awesome, awesomness!

  19. Catherine

    What a look girl! Channelling your inner Laura all the way! I love it. I couldn’t help wondering what might have happened if Miss Laura appeared at the doorway and called you in for tea.

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  21. Jenny

    I am coming over to visit from Amber’s site – I totally get what you are saying. I’ve been there a couple of times, and I cannot WAIT to visit all of the other homes/museums across the U.S. I’m in the middle of reading the books again to my kids. That’s really fun that the two of you had a road trip together.

  22. Louise

    What a wonderful experience to go to such a shrine to a favourite author. Loving the bonnet BTW.

  23. jac

    Very jealous! I adored and devoured Laura Ingalls Wilder’s books. Manly was my hero 🙂