29 January 2012

A Little Glimpse Part II~

Sharing with you today a few random photos~
Hope you enjoy!







This antique Mary was my mother-in-law's. She gave it to me right before she past away, so it is extremely special to us!



A little spot in my kitchen~ I got the yummy vintage towels with my initials "M.R." for Christmas from an Etsy shop in France. It came as a set of 5 and they are huge! I have a collection of these and I just love them.


Enjoy your Sunday!
Sincerely,
~Melinda

13 comments:

  1. LOVE, LOVE, LOVE what you've done in your new home already, Melinda. I just saw your previous post, too. Everything is straight out of Jeanne D'Arc Living! You don't need any help at all. Your home always looks fresh.
    Enjoy this fun time,
    Susan

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  2. So, so, so lovely. Can I move in with you? :-)
    Mary Alice

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  3. So dreamy & serene...beautifully calm.

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  4. Oh my, look at all your pretty things! I love the monogrammed towels :)

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  5. Lavabo Love!!! I've been looking for one I can afford!! Love the Mary too, I have a collection of her! Rhonda

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  6. Just sitting here on a Sunday night, enjoying the quiet in my studio.

    Love to stop by your blog and see what progress you've made. It's always a true delight to visit.

    Your kitchen towels are amazing.

    xo Rhonda

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  7. oh meine liebe
    ein traum deine fotos.
    herzlichst daniela

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  8. Wow, Looks great!!!! I love you monogram towels... what a great Christmas gift!! :)
    Maria

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  9. Everything is sooo beautiful!!! I can't wait to see more of your gorgeous home! Have a great night!


    Hugs,
    Jessie

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  10. Hope you are really resting Melinda...your new home looks amazing! I just love how beautifully you've displayed all you linen. Hope your boys are loving their new place!
    See you soon!
    xo
    Debbie

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  11. Hi Melinda,

    As always love the photos! Stop by and see me at Irvine on Sunday.

    HuGs,
    Rose

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  12. Your Mary is really St Theresa the Little Flower...she happens to be my patron saint...She was from Lisieux, France. Love your blog!

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