Saturday, May 13, 2006

Three of my favorite necklaces lovingly displayed on a vintage work of art. Sorry to those who have stopped by to find no new posts here. This week has flown by while I've tatted and cleaned and reorganized my sewing area and its very satifying to see whats getting done. (Not to mention a day at the hospital while our son had knee surgery) . Work is very rewarding...well, this week anyway. My husband and I are cleaning out all the clutter in the filing cabinets...groan. But half begun is half finished so the saying goes and its true. I also got the binding on my first bed size quilt...an Ohio Star in blue and white. Hopefully Monday I'll get a picture posted that is if the sun shines. Digital cameras like the sun don't they.~~I have started reading once more my Anne of Green Gables...what a timeless story, its like Anne just opens the door to your heart and steps right in! "Isn't it splendid to think of all the things there are to find out about? It just makes me feel glad to be alive-its such an interesting world. "...anne.

7 comments:

Mindy said...

What beautiful necklaces... so elegant! Did you tat the doily? Its gorgeous...my grandmother tated, what a art that is..I have a few pieces of hers that I just treasure. Enjoy your weekend..Happy Mothers day to you!!! Blessings xo

Dawn said...

You have been productive this week! That is good. Love the necklaces...and will look forward to your next post, whenever that is.
Glad you liked the cello post. Knew you would.

It's a FLIP-FLOP World said...

I have missed not being able to read your posts!! I am glad to see you back. I know that everyday life sometimes just gets in the way. When I get this crazy pain of mine going very badly then I do not feel like doing anything but lately I have felt great and my blogging has been out there. Your necklaces are great and I love your blog on Mother's Day too.
Have a GREAT MOTHER's DAY!!

Saija said...

kind of antique looking ... i like those ... i have some finnish jewelry that is bulky & old, called Kalevela ...

hope you remember to rest too!!

(hugs)

Amy said...

Those are so gorgeous! I too love Anne of Green Gables.

Me said...

Oh, I had a week like that too, Maggie Ann.. was doing so much off-line, and then when I did log on, I was emailing and stuff.. and the things I was doing just seemed so silly to write about on the blog! LOL

Back to normal chatter now though. :o)

I hope your son is doing okay after his surgery.. not much fun for him, huh?

((a hug for you))

M

Michelle said...

Hi Maggie Ann, thanks so much for the nice comments. I especially like the necklace on the left.

:)