Yesterday's elegance for today's world.
Thanks or dropping by my Blog post. I have a collection of brown and white transfer ware as well. I just love it. Mine is in my launfry room. If you go back to my blog and look at my post about Toile, you can see a glimps of my brown and white there. Have a great weekend. We are expecting ice and snow. HELP! Richard at www.myoldhistorichouse.blogspot.com
Hi Kim, I always love visiting with you on Sundays for a little bit of Sunday Wisdom! I loved your Regency to Robert Burns post. You make a lovely Jane Austen. I wish I had a time machine!xo, BOnnie
A beautiful verse Kim. The statue too.I loved reading your previous post and have decided that you, my dear, are one of the luckiest women I know. How fun this would have been to be a greeter at these events. And then to take part in the Jane Austen event as well, and have your very own Mr. Darcy!!! Yep...you definitely are the luckiest girl in the world!I loved seeing that the old Masonic Hall has been restored to beauty once again. It really is a gorgeous building and would have been a shame to have lost it. I love it when we can save these pieces of American history. What a beautiful post.sending hugs
KIM!!! ANd Kramer of course! How are you both? A fine word for always...it is one thing that never changes or will be destroyed and that is the Word of God. Your visit today is sweet and how is your end of the woods? We are saying goodbye to January's chill and February is no warmer, but we are inching our way towards color and warmth! Have a blessed day and week!! Anita