Greetings from Rabbit Hill !

.... My name is Sandie....


......and this is my studio-blog about life at Rabbit Hill, our small home and half-acre woods in the foothills of the Appalachian mountains, just north of Atlanta, Georgia, USA. 

You are invited to see and hear about the ordinary things of our days; or as Oswald Chambers calls it, "the unaffected loveliness of the commonplace." 


Below you will find the comments section for "Today At Rabbit Hill."  Please feel free to say hello--I would love to hear from you.  


To read the latest entry,

go to March 18, 2019. 

Tractor Ride

Linda's Clock VI

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March is here and so is Daylight Savings.

Don't worry though.  We'll look for that lost hour somewhere in June or July. 

In the meantime....


Look what's new this week! 

Monday, March 18, 2019

The sunlight has taken on an "out of the woods" look lately, so that from every door and window inside our home I get the feeling the outside has come for a visit.  "Come right on in," I say to that! 

With our house being as small as it is, once I get to March I can go from window to door to window without ever missing a single ray of sun, and that's just how I like it. 


To continue reading about March 18th, go here.   

Front Door in Spring

Drying Roses

See a print you especially like? 

Go to Prints to find out how you can add a little Rabbit Hill to your own home.  

I'm glad you're here!  You will find on this site samples of my artwork along with  a description of  that work and the activities that go on here at Rabbit Hill.  Prints will soon be available for purchase as a card-sized image on premium paper, just right for framing in a standard-sized frame.  Or you can collect several to change out seasonally - they're inexpensive and fun to collect. 


Check out Marketplace too for some wonderful gift ideas or useful things for your own rabbitat.      

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