My reward is finding this darling under the leaves. ~
I took time for a little thrifting this weekend and came home with these. ~
At $1 each, I think they are a pretty good deal!
The balmy weather inspired some Easter decorating. Some eggs tied with ribbon on an antique compote make a pretty nest for this fluffy chicken and her brood of chicks. ~
How was everyone else's weekend?
Thank you for visiting my blog and for your comment on my hat! And, thank you for your post regarding the plight of the Irish immigrants.ReplyDelete
My 15th great-grandfather, Pierce Noland, came over from Ireland in the late 1600's, and he was blessed to have made a life for himself here. I can say, "Kiss Me, I REALLY am Irish!"
I just appreciate you looking at the day from a different perspective. I am a new follower!
sleeping in an unmade bed
Welcome to my great group of friends! I really like your outlook on things and am following you back! I was a little unsure about doing a St. Paddy's Day post that wasn't cute and fun but no one seems to have minded that. Whew!Delete
Looks like you found some great deals. No garage sales here yet this time of year. Love your little compote with eggs! xo DianaReplyDelete
Thanks! I found all that stuff at the Salvation Army. It's a small store but has some nice finds.Delete
Love the photography with the flower! Beautiful Maureen! And, great deals on the dishes. xo wendyReplyDelete
It's been 80 degrees here in Kentucky, too, and it's unbelievable.ReplyDelete
I actually have a bit of sunburn from working outside!Delete
80! The weather sure is wonky! Here in the west it was 3c this morning with a - wind chill overnight, eeek! Don't you love those little snowdrops, so pretty. That little green depression glass dish is a great find!ReplyDelete
I don't know if you can see it but the dish is in a silverplate holder.Delete
Love your sweet little snowdrops. So glad spring is here.ReplyDelete
Great time for doing a little work outside and thrifting.
I'm grabbing the outdoors while the weather holds!Delete
We've had some unbelievably warm days in the UK too - snow drops are just so pretty aren't they and great thrifty finds Maureen.ReplyDelete
I thought most of the UK got spring in March. It's so unusual here.Delete
Hi Maureen - What a pretty find under the leaves! Hope your warm weather continues...enjoy it while it lasts. We continue to break records in Ohio - pretty amazing! Love your posts! Have a wonderful week! Cheers ~ MaryReplyDelete
Thanks, Mary! I'm spending every minute that I'm not working outside. I know this is too good to be true!Delete
This comment has been removed by the author.ReplyDelete
Hey Maureen; I love your finds especially the green dish, how unique. I spent the weekend with some close friends that I have not seen in a while, it was enjoyable and relaxing going over the good and bad times in our lives, thanks for asking.Delete
You can't beat sunshine and friends for a fab weekend!Delete
Always a delight to find lily-of-the-valley. The green glass for a dollar was a good find. We planted an enormous amount of plants on Sunday and I have more to do.ReplyDelete
I don't dare plant anything yet but the good weather lets me get all ready for it.Delete