Wednesday, July 22, 2009

WHITE WEDNESDAY

BEFORE I THROW THIS SLOOOOOW, IRRITATING, FRUSTRATING, ANNOYING COMPUTER OUT THE WINDOW, I WILL TRY TO POST SOME PICS OF THE WHITE IN MY LIFE TODAY FOR "WHITE WEDNESDAY". I SPENT A FEW DAYS AT MY FRIEND MARY'S HOUSE AND THESE A JUST A FEW OF THE WONDERFUL WHITE VIGNETTES AROUND HER HOUSE. TRISH, ARE YOU OUT THERE?CLOSE UP OF HER STASH OF FOSSILS FOUND WHEN SHE VISITED ME IN ENGLAND. THEY LOOK FAB IN THAT OLD, WOODEN BOWL.
CHECK OUT THIS HAND MADE PAPER BOWL HOLDING A HOARD OF SHELLS.


A SWEET, LITTLE CLAY ANGEL MADE BY ONE OF HER TALENTED DAUGHTERS.



A BIRCH BRANCH LADDER HOLDS A COLLECTION OF WHITE, HAND MADE THROWS.






5 comments:

A Stitch In Thyme said...

I love that throw!!! It's gorgeous.

Rebecca said...

Hi
Oh I am glad you joined white Wednesdays...it is so much fun looking at all the wonderful white goodies. That paper mache' bowl is great and the shells. How is Mary?
I know what you mean about computers...had my troubles this morning also. Have a great day.
Blessings on ya :)
Bec

June said...

I'm fascinated by fossils and where they are found. These are so pretty sitting in this bowl. You know I would love the sweet angel. I'm so glad you did the White Wednesday. I love your posts so much.
Smiles,
June

Anonymous said...

You can count on it.. Trish is here. Taking it all in and loving it. Welcome back.

Annabelle said...

The angel is precious, luv everything,especially intrigued by fossils as you know.
I adore white, creams, off white, latte and well white in general as long as it looks old.Lace curtains always are beautiful in white and yesterday I happened upon a sale at the local Sally Ann and found a set of ivory lace curtains which happened to cost me a mere $4.00,but when I returned home I was pleasntly surprised to find that they were actually two long scallopped panels and two short scllopped panels....Martha Stewart and never used from the looks of them.I was very happy with my find.

Hugs Annabelle