Friday, October 23, 2009

A little of this and that

Wow, it has been a week since my last post.
It has been a little crazy around here.
My son was hospitalized briefly but is back home and doing much better.
Bless his heart!

I thought I would share some vintage postcards, etc. with you.
Feel free to snatch them up and use them in your projects.

The invitation above is from 1899.
A Social Hop- sounds like it was fun.

I bet Frieda was a lovely Jenny Lind.

You know I love Nice.
Enough said-hehe.

Can you see the ladies looking out of the windows?

Aren't these wonderful?
These are a few of my favorite little treasures.

This is a little preview of a new Holiday pillow.
This is my therapy. Quiet time.
I haven't had much time to work on anything but when I do, I consider it a Blessing.

I can't wait to catch up on my blog visits. You miss a day.......
you miss so much.

Hugs to everyone.


Elizabethd said...

What beautiful handwriting the previous generation had. Lovely photos.

Kim's Treasures said...

So glad your son is home and doing better! Thank you for sharing your finds!

❦TattingChic said...

That is a lovely invitation! I'll bet it was a fabulous event! Your son is back home? He's no longer at the care center? Or do you mean back home at the care center? Poor guy. His health issues sound like such a challenge.

Lorrie said...


I'm so glad to hear that your son is doing better. It sounds like your week has been challenging.

All your vintage treasures are so beautiful. Thank you for sharing.


Marie Reed said...

I fell upon this lovely post and shared the link with my postcard friendship friday group! I hope that's ok! I knew that they would just loooove to see these:)

Anonymous said...

Very nice! By the way, I am posting a few old cards from Nice tomorrow, if you want to check them out.

Sheila said...

I'm going to find your blog very interesting, I think. I was in the south of France just two weeks ago.

Theresa said...

I love it when someone says, use these photos:) Thanks! They are all gorgeous! Love the pillow:) Have a blessed day!

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

Hello beautiful! I love all your posts and most of all, the kindness that is expressed in your art. God bless you and your sons...may your boy be healed in God's hands...Anita

Margo said...

hello from a fellow francophile! thanks for sharing these. I was so glad to find you through Marie and PFF. Hope you have a nice weekend!

MrCachet said...

LOL. Nice!!! Oh yes, the images too. God Bless you and your family, and thank your son for me - for his service.

Personalized Sketches and Sentiments said...

So good to hear that your son is doing better!

What lovely things to look at! I agree with Elizabethd that the penmanship of this time frame is so elegant and gorgeous to look at.

Blessings & Aloha!
Thank you for stopping by and for your sweet comment. Come back by any time, finding your comments are like an unexpected, wonderful package :o) I agree that keeping up on blogging is sometimes challenging :o) but I dont htink it will ever be a chore, I do so enjoy meeting and learning more about you and others :o)

Gary and Elizabeth~ said...

Lovely postcards. I have some of my Grandma's and they are so fun to look at.
You are so right if you miss a day of blog reading you miss a lot. I try to read as many as I can everyday, its so much fun.
Take care and enjoy your day,

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