Monday, February 04, 2008

Forsythia Twigs


I wouldn't mind a little spring around here: a row of mismatched milk glass vases holding forsythia cuttings. Maybe we'll see some blooms soon.

9 comments:

Karen said...

You have such a way with arrangements. I admire how you see beauty in the "everyday" things.
Still praying for you all....

Mrs. Hurzeler said...

I also collect milkglass and so your post for the night was right up my alley. Thanks. Have a great night!

mommato4 said...

Anna, I love visiting your site! When I'm reading about your caring for your mother, and your grandmother...and how you provide such a sweet comfortable atmosphere for them, and you find beauty in everything around you, it reminds me of reading about Edith Schaeffer (sp??) when she cared for her husband in such a sweet, sweet way.

I have tagged you on my blog...

The Crazy Bus said...

Anna, I Love your blog! I visit it daily, and am praying for your family. I am a mom of 3 boys ( under 5). My husband is a "conductor".( Music teacher,performer,conductor). I also know what it is like to live with a musical mind! I have put a link to you on my blog. Come visit some time! thecrazybus@blogspot.com
Danielle

Lois E. Lane said...

The flame of the forsythia is a site for sore eyes when blooms appear. I can't wait, either!

Cheryl Dorann said...

I also have a collection of milkglass vases. I love filling them up and setting them on the table just as you have done. What a simple pleasure!

Daughter of the King said...

Amen...love Forsythia...expecting yellow anyday..
Deby

Rachel said...

I love these vases. They are beautiful. You have inspired me to find some of my own and use them on my table. Thanks

Rachel said...

I love these vases. They are beautiful. You have inspired me to find some of my own and use them on my table. Thanks

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