Happy may day to you and yours~
Beautiful...A Goode and Happy May Day to you Christine.Becky
Merrie maye to you too, Christine. What a beautiful ladye's pocket with one of my favorite herbs -- good olde thyme.Laura:)
Hey sweet friend... It has been too long since our last visit...Just to let you know I am always thinking about you....Love C xxxxxxx
What's this?! I love postings from you, ma. You find the best little quotes - and I love the olde spellings, don't you know!
And a Happy May to you sweetie!!!!Jo
Hello Christine...and aren't certain herbs just the right nourishment..I just love the herb Dill and its very fragrant smell. A gorgeous ladye's pocket ♥x
A very Merry May to you!Mister Staggs and I went for a drive this weekend, and I thought of you. You would have loved the "springing" of the year. Wild cherry trees were blooming everywhere we went. Mixed in with the new leaves, and the evergreens, the sight was a quietly wild and beautiful one.It, is so interesting for me to see this lovely pocket, as I've been drawn to them, and that particular shape lately, due to a pattern that I saw for making one in Maggie Bonanami's book. This is a stunning one.xoLena
I LOVE the photo--the purse, everything.....and the May Day thought....Gayle
Hello Christine...Thank you for your visit...and I would love to share that meal of the pork and green beans with you...And oh how I couldv'e done with some of your lovely fresh Thyme, I think it would of made a difference in the sauce...but nevertheless it was very very tasty!!!I have just had a quick visit to your other blog...how very very enchanting...I must go back at some stage and have a proper read.And you enjoy your Spring over there Dear One ♥x
The month of May is filled with a palette equal to a Monet painting.It is also a month of treasured memories. May those memories and love find you today as I send you greetings for a happy Mother's Day.Hope all is well in your world of delights and dollies.xo Susan
Just dropping by - I have always loved your dolls - although I can never seem to "catch" one... I would love to have you drop by my blog - where I post pretty fashion plates just for fun - you might be inspired - Thanks!
A lovely photo!Joyous May to you!:)Doreen
thank you dear ladies,at last! a beautiful May morning here with no wind blowing~the meadlowlarks and red-winged blackbirds are courting and setting up housekeeping...Margaret & Angus~ my 2 cats~ are asleep in the warm sun on the front steps...deep purple pansies & violet & white lobelia hanging gracefully from the porch...a perfect May morning on Deerfield Farm...wishing you all a perfect spring morning.C
Christine,Just found your site and I felt like I'd came home.I too love New England especially the 17th & 18th centuries. One of my favorite places is Plimoth Plantation. You seem to have an olde soul which is wise and kind. I will be looking forward to your future postings.Cheers, Donna
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