Wouldn't it feel wonderful to feel as free as this little figurine? She was given to me by a friend and is called Happiness. I love the little blue birds perched on her outstretched arms. They seem to be participating in the joy too!
Hope you have joy filled day.
Aaaahhh...the feeling of bliss....ReplyDelete
She is lovely - makes you want to leap into the air and soar with the bluebirds!ReplyDelete
I loved your flower photos on your previous posting. I have Columbines and Lillies in the bed outside the dining room window, as these flowers bear versions of the names of my two children - my own language of flowers!
Thanks for the visit, Rhondi! Of course I know Crookston...and know of Fisher! I should quit being astounded at how small the world is, but its always a delight to discover blog friends who know your old haunts!ReplyDelete
Those outstretched arms do make you think "ahhh....free as a bird and enjoying every minute"!ReplyDelete
I love your new angel...she is a beauty!ReplyDelete
It's lovely. I have a small collection of these angels but lack this one...I think I should remedy that.ReplyDelete
I love this little angel! I have collected a few of them but I never saw this one, and I love the bluebirds on her arms.
I have this little figurine too & a few others in the collection. I love anything with birds :-}ReplyDelete
Hi Again Rhondi, I'm glad you stopped by my blog...I'm like you, I love to meet new people. I book marked your blog because I think it is just lovely and look forward to many return trips. : )ReplyDelete
I like angels as well...I'm also really into fairies and one of these day, want to get more heavily into fairy art. Keep posting all your beautiful photographs..until next time.
My daughter collects these angels, and I gave her one like this some time back when she was going through a bad time; this one just looks so joyful.ReplyDelete
The photos of your flowers are so pretty. It is always a joy to visit your blog.
What a beautiful angel and what a lovely collection of aquilegia's you have! The aquilegia's here are growing well, but still no flowers ...ReplyDelete
Have a nice day & greetings, Carolien