I was whispering "rosebuds" when I spied this Morgan twin-sized pink rosebud chenille spread.
In pretty wonderful condition.
There was an extra-long dresser scarf with
Very nicely cross-stitched and embroidered.
The lady had painted several items to use in the room with the spread and dresser scarf.
She had painted small chests, boxes, and other accessories.
They were for her granddaughter who is now an adult.
I bought the green shelf with rosebuds.
And a small watering can with a rosebud and some other flowers.
Do not let Chucks know I bought more frames.
Luckily they can be hidden quite successfully in the living room behind a small chair.
I promise at some point I will do a frame project.
Bought this fall-looking landscape in a rather pretty frame.
Sorry about the glare.
It has been rainy and there is no light in my house when it is cloudy.
It's a wonder I even get out of bed.
No rosebuds this late in my yard, but feast your eyes on the lavender stone crop.
The easiest plant in the world.
You must really, really love it because you are going to have a really, really big bunch of it.
Pop quiz time:
Who is Orson Welles?
Why was he whispering "Rosebud"?
What was Citizen Kane?
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