Pop's fedora hangs in our foyer to greet guests as they arrive. I hope it will give us lots of opportunities to share about him!
One of the two silk scarves that R's Aunt Esther brought me from China. (This one is framed and hangs beside our garden tub - the colors match our bath beautifully)
These next pictures are the baskets made by Grandma. The last one is the basket that she & I made together in 1997:
My newly arranged china cabinet. If you look closely, you can see the pewter candlesticks on the top (a wedding gift from one of my favorite cousins). The green candy dish in the center of the top shelf belonged to my grandmother. I have my mother's china and my own.
An organized kitchen cabinet. I don't think you can read the labels on each shelf, but they're there (I promise!)
And, finally, a neat & organized pantry!
I apologize for the poor photo quality. I couldn't figure out how to get the best lighting. Obviously, photography is not my strong suit! But at least it gives you an idea of what I was up to last week!
On another note (and much longer overdue), I must apologize for not responding to Mary, who gave me the blessing of the Mathetes Discipleship award; to Tiffany, who gave me the Spread the Love award; and to kmom for the "You Encourage Me to Follow in His Footsteps" award. I am humbled by your kindness & generosity. Thank you all for being a blessing in my life.