For me playing with our little grandson has been way much more fun than sitting at the computer. As you can see in the picture above, he is a busy little guy! Unpacking Mom's suitcase is so much fun.
Pictured above is a sculpture of Mina Edison, which can be found in the estate's garden shop. I mentioned in the previous posting of four years ago that Edison's wife Mina also played a part in establishing gardens in their estate, as her orchid lane. She and her husband hired Ellen Shipman, a landscape architect, to design a garden and small pool to reflect the moonlight. Moonlight gardens were popular during the early part of the 20th century.