I loved the long path to the house, surrounded by trees and mountains.
How can you walk past a homeless little treasure like this when it has travelled all the way from England?
She looked at me rather oddly. She actually shook her head. I guess some people just wouldn't do that. I thought to myself, "Oh lady...have some fun."
So it has a new home amongst all my other blue and white saucers and it looks just fine here.
You know I always have company in the dining-room, right?
There's Annie patiently waiting for the sun to appear.
I hope to someday have enough mis-matched blue and white to set a whole table. I only started collecting this combination a few months back.
The linen used here was a gorgeous gift from Jane (a fellow Canadian) at http://swiftsuresongbird.blogspot.ca/. She has some beautiful cats for you to meet.
I expect the lady at the thrift store would not like this but I sure do.
"Oh, who do we have here?"
|"Excuse me....my tummy is rumblin'"|
Btw...it's almost open.
It is raining here today and very cold and damp. Poor Audrey loves the windows open so she can listen to the Canada Geese fly over but it's too cold today. So.....I built her a fort in the office.
The idea came to me from The Cat Guy who you must drop over to visit. He has some beauties and loves to think of ways to keep them happy. Thanks for the idea, http://www.fourwhitepaws.net/
So grab a tea and visit these two fun-filled blogs.
I'll be joining Tea-time Tuesday at http://sandimyyellowdoor.blogspot.ca/, Blue Monday at http://smilingsally.blogspot.ca/ & Tweak it Tuesday at http://www.cozylittlehouse.com/