MARSH HOMESTEAD COUNTRY ANTIQUES, LLC
9 West Street Douglas, MA 01516 PHONE 877-381-6682
"Simply Country" book series by Judy Condon
ALL pillar candles now come with a FREE remote!! Blackened, Cranberry, Beeswax and Tallow! 8" Tapers available in all surfaces and have built-in timer! New product! Grungy Votives with remote and timer!!
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ALSO Nothing Tastes as Good as Skinny
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Luminara Pillar and Taper Candles - Hand Poured!!
Movable Wick, Built-in Timer! Pillar candles come with FREE remote!
|NEW VOTIVE!!! TIMER AND REMOTE CAPABLE! love THESE!|
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Welcome to Marsh Homestead Country Antiques! My name is Judy Condon and I am the author of the "simply country" book series.
In 2002, my husband Jeff was relocated to Virginia which resulted in a major life-change for us! I retired as a Superintendent of Schools in Connecticut, closed my ten-year old large antique shop in Litchfield and we headed south. It was painful to sell our 1764 Northfield, Connecticut home built by Elijah Marsh, the grandson of John Marsh, founder of Litchfield. As a remedy for soothing a saddened heart and suddenly finding time on my hands, I decided to write the book I had held in my head for twenty-years and which I always knew I would title, Country on a Shoestring! Thus, the "simply country" series was born!
The series has continued to grow with increased readership and enthusiasm. Letters, calls and emails are received daily with appreciation for filling a gap in the hearts and souls of country lovers! Email if you would like wholesale pricing information or call 877-381-6682 to set up an account. When I wrote Country on a Shoestring and wanted to market it to country shops through the largest national trade show, Market Square, I was told I couldn't just sell a book. I had to bring something else. I created a blackened wax lamb, took it to Market and came back with orders for 2,000! Suddenly I was producing over sixty pieces of hand-poured primitive wax pieces sold to country shops in the US and Canada, In October 2009, time no longer permitted me to pour fifty pounds of wax a week, do fifteen shows a year and film, write and ship five books a year. I now focus my time and energies on the creation of the "simply country" book series.
In my spare time, I enjoy playing golf with my husband Jeff, reading and playing Bridge. I love spending time with my five children and seven grandchildren. Utilizing my background as an educational administrator and Connecticut State Assessor of beginning teachers, I am committed to working with teachers on the island of St. Maarten. When in St Maarten, I volunteer my time when needed by offering workshops to help teachers learn new instructional practices and classroom management techniques hoping that I can make a small difference in increased learning opportunities for the children on the island.
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Country on a Shoestring Of Hearth and Home A Simpler Time Country Decorating for All Seasons As Time Goes By
Country at Heart Welcome Home - Simply Country Home Again - Simply Country The Warmth of Home The Country HomeThe Comfort of Home Simple Greens - Simply Country The Country Life Simply Country Gardens The Spirit of Country The Joy of Country Holidays at a Country Home A Touch of Country Back Home - Simply Country The Place We Call Home Just Country Gardens Autumn Harvest Stockings Were Hung Make It Country Through the Garden Gate Luminara Country Candle The Way It Was It's the Most Wonderful Living With Country Along the Garden Path All About Country When Summer Turns to Autumn Authenticating a Country Dwelling Sleigh Bells Ring Simply Country Homes and Gardens Little Bit of Country Thinking of Home