Friday, March 19, 2010

HAPPY SPRING!



from The Story of The Root Children by Sibylle von Olfers, 1906.

13 comments:

Annesphamily said...

Neat post with a great theme! Love that book!

TypsTatting said...

Love your blog very much. I was wondering where you get the pictures
of I LOVE ENGLISH COTTAGES? Also could I use the one that you have on your blog on mine?

Julie said...

I LOVE these books! My mom has them and I love the illustrations! Thanks for sharing this!

Susan at Charm of the Carolines said...

Happy Spring! Let's celebrate!!!

Susan at Charm of the Carolines

Sweet Bee Cottage said...

Happy Spring to YOU!

~~Carol~~ said...

Happy Spring Sue! It's definitely not Spring-like here. It's snowing, after being in the 60s yesterday!

CACHANILLA73 said...

I love yellow flowers, they are so cheerful!!! and that tin, oh my, you are a very lucky girl!!!
;)

Melody said...

Happy Spring to the Cherry World!

Creative Breathing said...

Catching up with visiting, so much to smile at here! I loved all of your St. Patrick's Day images. Thank you so much for sharing. The ABC tin - EAK! it would be wonderful for the 39 Square Project that is going about. I always look forward to your Rednesdays, but every day is special here! Elizabeth

Sherry from Alabama said...

I just love vintage children's books. I have a few of my own even though my children are grown. I am loving your blog. It is such an inspiration to me as a new blogger.

Sherry @ A Happy Valentine

Gary and Elizabeth~ said...

Hi Sue,
Happy Spring to you too! We had a lovely warm weekend.
I hope your weekend was warm too.
Take care and enjoy your day.
Hugs, Elizabeth

Sandy said...

Sue,
I went to two Target stores to get all 8....if you need me to...let me know I can go and get what you need! The blue and green were more abundent (?)....but I will have to look quick! :)

Sandy said...

Sue,
I had to go to two Targets to get all 8...the green abd blue were not as shopped over...if you want, let me know and I will look here for you! But I will hvae to go quickly! Happy to do it tho.....:)