Friday, November 4, 2011

Forever In Our Hearts


























Got out and about for a short time this morning as Mother Nature has been kind and given us a day of sunshine... Our corn field that is beside our home is being harvested as I post making Tom happy to see the shelling taking place... I had some letters and a package of paper dolls for a blogging friend to be placed in the mail this morning so I headed north to the small town of Pettisville.. There is a small post office ... a great meat market { I stopped and purchased some meat for the freezer} and a sweet little flower and gift shoppe owned by a acquaintance that was having a open house for Christmas so I stopped by.... The name of the shoppe is Weeping Willow and I thought it was very lovely as she offered more pretty that what she had in other years as the offerings were more Country in years past... I noticed the tags and many offerings were from wholesalers I had purchased for my shoppe in past years so it was interesting to see the different wholesalers and the lovely items... Years come and go but it is always wonderful to view lovely and beautiful that add a touch of glam... Making it ours and loved makes it perfect....




"WHERE WE LOVE IS HOME, HOME THAT OUR FEET MAY LEAVE, BUT NOT OUR HEARTS" Oliver Wendell Holmes










The pics on the post today are little objects of interest scattered around my home... Punch bowls of snowballs and snowflakes and snow and and glitter ..... The little stove in my eyes needed a little more ... so I had this woolly felt from another project a couple years ago .. so I free handed a mitten pattern and cut out and hand sewed together the little mittens... glitter and a junk pair of vintage clip earrings were added for the touch of glam....











4 comments:

Sandi said...

I was there yesterday with my bff Marietta!! I wanted one of the small cloches with wicker base that the cookies were in and they couldn't find anymore so they emptied one out and cleaned it up for me. I told them I could save them the trouble cleaning it if they wanted to leave the cookies in it. LOL It was beautiful!!
Blessings~

~Becca~Bluebird Rose said...

All so pretty and peaceful; thank you for sharing....
:)
~Becca~

Susie said...

What an adorable decor.. I love it. Especially your little stove. Susie

Ira said...

You really do know how to create a lovely atmosphere Marietta, it's nice to have a peak inside your house like this, thanks for sharing. Our house is 'Halloween free' again ;-) I must confess I feel like starting to decorate for Christmas, too, but first I have to make some cards, otherwise I'll not be ready in time. Hope you have a lovely weekend, hugs, Ira