These are the same flowers that I bought on Jan. 21! They are still blooming!!
I cut the stems and put them in smaller containers on the kitchen windowsill.
I'll definitely buy them again. They are Alstroemeria and come in
several colours. The enamel ware pitcher is vintage as is the ironstone
mug on the right.
This was my slate when I was in elementary school. Just kidding!!
This was a toy slate that I played with while elementary school age. :-)
For Valentine month I wrote a few of the key words from
the love chapter of the Bible - 1Cor. 13 as a reminder.
I found this pretty post card at a thrift store recently.
Isn't the sentiment sweet?
It was posted in Parrsboro, Nova Scotia in 1913 for 1 cent.
I was born and raised in Moncton but never heard of this street.
I'm curious as to where it was. It's an interesting name ~
Cheapside St. ~ and sounds very British to me.
It was from Lila. I wonder what kind of berries they were picking?
An old portrait of my great-great-great-grandmother. I think.
This is my grandmother's writing so it must
be her grandmother. Apparently she was called 'Ga'.
I think Ga would have liked these flowers don't you?
Thank you so much for stopping by today.
I am linking up with Cindy for Show and Tell Friday at