Friday, February 13, 2009

Dressed Like a Daffodil


First time out in my new green linen skirt (made from a thrifted tablecloth!) and three separate children told me that I was dressed like a daffodil.

19 comments:

Serena said...

How lovely! Both the outfit and being told you're dressed like a daffodil.

Michele said...

Daffy-down-dilly
Has come to town
With a yellow petticoat
And a pretty green gown.

This site has some really sweet pictures to go with the nursery rhyme:
http://www.mamalisa.com/?t=hes&p=1336&l=D

Beautiful skirt and sunny top!

Ms. Dale said...

The weather is dreary, I've been confined to bed for too long with the "stuff"..What a pleasant surprise to find a daffodil right here at my fingertips! Just the
encouragement I needed. God is so good!!
Truly beautiful outfit! Thanks for sharing.

Ms. Dale in Ms.

willowcaroline said...

Yes indeed... a lovely harbinger of spring!

Lisateresa said...

Oh, I want spring to come.

Mod Girl said...

We'll aren't you?

Shirley said...

Daffodils are my favourite spring flower, so I can't think anything nicer than being told you were dressed like a daffodil

Laura said...

O! I simply must see the whole blouse as I am so captured by the soft-ruffled 3/4 sleeve.
With winter still waiting for spring, this outfit will be sure to cheer any passer-by.

Anonymous said...

I love linen but can't stand all the wrinkles!

Margo said...

how lovely! can't believe it's warm enough where you are to wear spring colors and linen. sighhhhh It's 32 here in PA today.

Connie said...

I follow your blog and enjoy your posts so much. You do beautiful work. I just stopped in today to wish you a wonderful Valentine's Day

KinaBolina said...

What a beautiful color combination!

LovingLegacy said...

A beautiful daffodil you are!

YayaOrchid said...

Anna, I was just going back over your posts to try and find one about the cream tea, and ran across this one:

http://pleasantviewschoolhouse.blogspot.com/2008/09/english-muffins.html

You had MULTIPLE requests for the recipe! Any chance you might share it? Pretty please?

Anna said...

Well, it wasn't that great of a muffin! It looked wonderful, but it was very bland. I suggest trying something else--I used the recipe from the Victoria magazine book on tea.

Tracy said...

You'd make a great Aussie with that colour scheme too :)

Trinity Mommy said...

I LOVE the skirt! Great job! I am so thrilled to have stumbled upon your blog!

molly said...

I've just read every single post on this page, and then came back to leave a comment on this one (hard to pick!), but your style is fabulous and your sensibility is just wonderful! I strive to be....

Leah said...

Well I would LOVE to be dressed like a daffodil with you! Your skirt is wonderful, I love the color...

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