Your House....As seen by your Lender
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Happy Pink Saturday! The following pics are from an email that I got this week and thought this little pig was so pinky cute for a Pink Saturday posting. To see more pinks, hop over to Beverly's at How Sweet The Sound. She is the Hostess for Pink Saturday.
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Today is the Friday Giveaway of the Victorian Photograph Album and I had several bloggy friends who entered and I want to thank each one of you. It is so exciting to enter a giveaway and I wish I had a book to give each and every one of you!!
The winner is a lovely lady who always makes me laugh when I visit her blog. She posted about my giveaway which gave her 5 entries. That must have really helped her out since she won. :)
***Special Note*** Dear Friends, Thankyou so much for all your sweet emails and comments regarding my Grandma's passing and her funeral. Your kind thoughts and prayers have been much appreciated!! :)
My Jim Darling needed to go shopping and asked me to come along. He was looking for something for his car and wanted to check out a local flea market for it. I really wasn't looking for anything particular but went along anyway. Well, as luck would have it, he didn't find what he was looking for but I found a few things that I just had to have. LOL
This little nightlight house is a new addition to my upstairs bathroom.
The past few days have been very long for me and my family. My Grandma has been very sick for a long time with numerous things, because of being 83 years old. But after a long few days, she went home to be with The Lord. She said she was ready to go and went peacefully in her sleep, with all of us that could be there, by her side.
While I was there with her and the family, I drank a LOT of coffee and visited the Ladies' room frequently. I really liked this picture that was hanging on the wall and decided to take a picture of it. :)
And this is the wallpaper in the bathroom. I thought it was so cute too. :)
This is a picture of my Grandma, holding me and with my brother, who has also gone on to be with The Lord. She will be missed greatly, by all of us!
I'm so excited to introduce ya'll to my newest project! I am Hostessing a new website all about Home Tours. I love to go on Home Tours and we have one every year right here in our little town. Below is a photo from one of the homes that we toured. It is a very lovely home.
You can check out my new site and see more pics of this lovely home at: Romantic Cottage Tours
Hugs & Blessings,
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It was a rainy day, a few days ago, when I visited my sweet Mama and asked if I could take some pics of her house for my blog. She was hesitant because she was doing laundry and didn't want to have her home look like a laundromat. LOL
So, I just took a few pics of things around her home. This is the entry walk up to her porch.
She has such a nice sitting area on her porch but all I could get a pic of was the side of it because I didn't want to go out in the rain to take a pic of the whole porch. LOL
She bought this little wreath recently when we shopping together. She usually changes her wreaths frequently.
Hi and Happy Pink Saturday, which is hosted by Beverly at How Sweet The Sound. There are many other pink posts over there today.
I'm going out to enjoy the day and taking along my pink bag full of pink goodies. :) My scarf even has pink flowers on it and see the little pink pin? What's inside, you ask? Well, let me just show you!! :)
I have to bring my favorite pink lotion (My Desire) from Victoria's Secret. I want to keep my hands smelling good and feeling soft. :)
Today is Project Friday over at Sugar Plum Cottage. And my project is washing dishes. I know, I know, how exciting is washing dishes? Well, I'll tell ya'll a little secret.....it is therapuetic. My pretty little tea dishes were in need of a good washing. And there's something fun and relaxing about sticking your hands into a hot bubble bath, even if it's just in the kitchen sink. LOL
I like lots and lots of bubbles. Then I put all the dishes in very carefully and let them soak for a few minutes. I use a soft sponge to wash them with. For the very delicate flowers, I pat them with the sponge.
Hear Ye, Hear Ye.......I'm hosting a "Giveaway."
I have had this beautiful Victorian photo album book ready to giveaway for weeks and keep forgetting to post about it. :) You've probably noticed it on my sidebar and wondered when, in the world, I was going to give it away. Well, this is the time to get entered. I will allow one week to collect the entries and then will post about the giveaway winner.
Just post a comment below to be entered once.
If you post about the giveaway on your website and let me know, I will enter you five times.
These are just a few of the movies that I have in my collection. They are such good, wholesome, romantical, virtuous, inspiring, heartwarming, truly wonderful movies!! Can you tell that I REALLY like them? :) You can click on any of the movies above to find out more information about them.
I like to take a whole day sometimes and just sit down with a pot of tea and watch a whole afternoon's worth of them. My dream vacation would be to go to Prince Edward Island and visit the places in the movies. (Even though Avonlea is a fictional place, it would be neat to see where they filmed the movies and the Green Gables home too. ) And, of course, have tea at some of those wonderful Tea Rooms there. ;)
Have you ever visited there?
Hugs & Blessings,
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Today, I would like to introduce ya'll to a very sweet friend and most talented knitter. Her name is Julie and she makes the cutest little pin cushions I've ever seen. She just thinks about something and decides to make it into a pin cushion. I have some pics of a few of my favorites that she has created. Here is a little cottage.
Our school took a field trip, last week, to the zoo and we had so much fun. The kids really enjoyed it and it was a beautiful day to be outdoors.
Here are a few pics from the day. This is where all the birds were and they had their own little lake and several waterfalls.
Each animal area had a theme and entrance sign for their original habitat. Guess what was in Australia?