Tuesday, March 1, 2011

REDNESDAY CIRCA 1937



Today I'm sharing with you some pages out of this cute 1937 Science book called Sunshine and Rain. Feel free to use the images (which all have red in them)!










NOTE:
LINKY is installing a new server just for the thumbnail (picture) links because they are so popular! This will start on Tuesday, 3/1. Brent says, "There will be NO interruption in service when the new thumbnail server goes online, however IT IS GOING TO TAKE 2-3 DAYS TO MAKE THIS HAPPEN. I’m praying there won’t be any website slowdowns in the meantime, like there were today (Monday), but I have no way of knowing or guaranteeing that."

So, if you have any problems, just keep in mind that it's temporary. Thanks!

34 comments:

Sunny simple life said...

Love all your sweet vintage images. Okay so did you do your header? It is the cutest thing ever. I am thinking I need to have someone make me a cutie like that. It is sooooo cute.

Dena E's Blog said...

Oh My Gosh Sue,, is this really true, did I get here first??? Woooohoooo, pinch me!!!
Your choice of images are always soooo SWEET Sue.. They look very similar to styles that inspired me, over the years as a child to create in me this need I hold inside to DRAW.. Isn't God soooo Awesome the way He works in our lives...Thanks for ALWAYS being here, and for ALWAY sharing such delightful trinkets,nic-naks, images and vintage finds..
Prayers and Hugs ~~~Dena

Dena E's Blog said...

And gracious me, I do remember this story now.. It took a few times reading it just now, but I do..
A sweet memory,,THANKS again Sweetie~~~continued Hugs~~~Dena

Kaye Swain - SandwichINK for the Sandwich Generation said...

Oh how cute! And what fun for reading activities for grandparents and grandchildren. My grandkids and I have enjoyed Dick and Jane together, which looks like a similar style of pictures. They'd love this as well. :)

FYI - The linky worked ok except it gave me an error message for a web pix - had to do the regular pix. then again, I am working at the library on my Netbook instead of my regular computer, so that could be part of it. But in case others have issues, I wanted to share that. :)

Thanks for another delightful REDnesday. :)

Lola said...

Another great Wednesday!

XOXO Lola:)

Lola said...

Me again - typo! Meant REDnesday!

XOXO Lola:)

~~Carol~~ said...

Very cute illustrations in this book, Sue! I'm so sad because I couldn't find a single red thing to share today. I feel lost without REDnesday!

Robin@DecoratingTennisGirl said...

What a beautiful little book! Aren't the illustrations so great!

Carol said...

What a sweet book! I'm enjoying sunshine, myself today!

bj said...

I always love your reds, Sue.
Come over if you get a chance and try for a CSN $45 giveaway.
Good luck.

D said...

I sure enjoyed the reds from that wonderful book, Sue. Was the world a prettier place back then? :)
D

Leslie said...

A great viewing of those pages. Happy Red!

Donnie said...

such sweet illustrations.

Country Wings in Phoenix said...

Oh Sue Sweetie...
What a beautiful share today. I love this little reader. They just don't make them like they used to anymore do they. These were simpler times and I sure do love the way it was taught.

Each photo so precious. Thank you for sponsoring Rednesday. I am participating today. I love love it. Happy Red sweet friend. Many hugs and much love, Sherry

Cherry Chick said...

Hi Sue...what a charming little book. So Very You. Thank you so much for hosting Rednesday for us. It's always a delight to see all the Reds.
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bj said...

I find myself with 2 links for Rednesday again. Is this ok? I have so much red in my life, I could link with you every day, I think.:) Please just let me know if you don't want me linking more than one.
hugs, bj

Debbie @ ribbonwoodcottage.blogspot.com said...

I seemed to be the one who could not figure out the Linky and what to do with the code...oh my...a bit frustrated. Perhaps I will get it next time...Anyhow I will enjoy everyone elses post.
No worries.
Debbie

Debbie @ ribbonwoodcottage.blogspot.com said...

I can't believe it It finally worked for me I'm not sure how...but I was able to link up! YIpee.
Blessings,
Debbie

Kay Ellen said...

I am tickled to join in your fun blogging celebration this week!

Darling childrens graphics~~so sweet :))

Happy Rednesday!!

Blessing to you,
Kay Ellen

Oregon Gifts of Comfort and Joy said...

Hi Sue, what a great book to share with us. Thank you, and Happy Rednesday!

Sandy aka Doris the Great said...

What a cute little book. Thank you for hosting again today. I love Rednesday!

craftyles said...

I love your little book. The illustrations are wonderful. It's good to back for Rednesday!

Holly- Girls At Heart said...

Sunlight! Yes indeed! thanks for sharing, Sue! ♥

Shelley said...

It's a lovely little book...just the kind that tugs at my heart strings...thanks so much for sharing...blessings

ThreeOldKeys said...

Thanks Sue - I always look forward to Rednesday. And I love the pics you post.

AshTreeCottage said...

What a charming book! Thank you for sharing it with us and thank you for another fun Rednesday!!

Love,
Susan and Bentley
xxoo

Mary said...

Hello Sue, this is my first linky party....I love your blog and I love Rednesday ! !
www.visitswithmary.blogspot.com

Kels said...

Awww, what an adorable book! I love old books like that. :)

Loui♥ said...

enjoy your day..
come visit ME!
hugs..
Loui♥

Nezzy said...

This Ozark Farm Chick just jumped over here from Agin' Disgracefully and am so glad I did. I've done a little snoopin' while here...don't worry...I put everything back just the way it was. I'm twisted like that!

The vintage prints remind me of the artwork in the old Dick and Jane books I learned to read with.

God bless and have an amazin' day!!!

Giveaway...my place! :o)

Made By Gen said...

They are cute vintage images..My first here...

Self Sagacity said...

Cute reds today from the book. It's very relaxing to see the children having fun.

Cheeseboy said...

Always love the eclectic stuff you post. Reminds me of my grandmothers house.

Rebecca said...

I think that is the sweetest little book-perfect for this time of year!