“All I have seen teaches me to trust the Creator for all I have not seen.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson
It has rained here off and on for the last two weeks with just enough sunshine to excite me. I have brought some of my blooms inside so the rain doesn’t beat them down even more. I have used some of my sweet little treasures as accent pieces.
The blue and white goes beautifully with the pink and white. Peonies and my “Parade Day” rose fills the container.
Tea for one…
Or maybe two…..
Bob just said to me “Have I told you today I love you and I don’t think I could do this without you.” Precious words. Precious man!
Connie gave me this “Collie” made of fine china because of all the memories I cherish as a child of our collies. The last one was named Susie. Yes, this is Susie.
This is a numbered piece and very special to me.
This little rabbit I bought for Jennifer as a pencil holder when she was very young. Miss Rabbit is carrying her book and is attired for class. A special Piece by Demdaco called “Woodsong Kids.”
Mother’s china made in England. Both Jennifer and I have some of this which we treasure.
One of my cute little plates that I love.
“But You, O Lord. are a shield to me, my glory, and the One who lifts my head.” Psalm 3:3
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Hello Dianne. Your treasured keepsakes and those beautiful peonies and roses make my heart sing. Thank you for sharing your gifts and talents with us, you are a blessing. Have a delightful week dear one!♥️