Wednesday, January 30, 2008

Another Patchwork



Winter Wildflowers at Gracious Hospitality

Our Musical Heritage at NannyKarens Korner ~ I clicked on 1950 and found Patti Paige and the Tennessee Waltz. I remember my mother and daddy dancing to that song.

The Scripture Tree ~ I don't know if you have seen this, but I love it. You click on the flowers for a scripture verse. And turn your sound on.

I'm Not Speaking to You at Daisy Cottage ~ I love dogs and think this is so precious.

Painted Bunting at Pollywog Creek ~ Patricia is an excellent photographer. Be sure to click on the picture of the bird to see her amazing slideshow.

Image courtesy of All Posters

12 comments:

Patricia said...

Dearest Cathy, you are always so sweet to me. Thank you for sharing my photographs of this gorgeous bird. I'm still hoping to be able to take even better photographs if I can just get him to settle in a spot where the light is perfect and shadows aren't an issue. I don't want much, do I?!?!?! I love that beautiful "patchwork" image.

Now I am off to check out all your other links....

Blessings, dear friend.

Cathy said...

Dear Patricia, you are so welcome. I just had to share your wonderful blessing with others. :o) I thought it was totally amazing watching that pretty bird eating.

Blessings back to you,
Cathy

Mimi said...

Cathy,
I love your patchworks...
Mimi

Cathy said...

Thank you, Mimi, I'm glad. :o)

Maxine said...

More tips. Thanks, Cathy! That patchwork is a beauty!

Cathy said...

Thanks, Maxine, You're welcome. I hope you all enjoy them as much as I did.

Karen said...

Cathy, Thanks for sharing my link.I like the 'patchwork'and Patricia visted my blog and posted a comment!
Again Thanks.

Cathy said...

You are certainly welcome, dear Karen. It is a neat post. That's great, Patricia is a very sweet.

La Tea Dah said...

Thank you for mentioning Wildflowers in Winter and Gracious Hospitality. I appreciate the scripture flowers as well.

LaTeaDah

Cathy said...

LaTeaDah, You're welcome. I love to see wildflowers, especially in the mountains, but I don't really know a lot about them. Maybe some other might know more than I. I see we are "night owls." :o)

daisy cottage said...

Dear Cathy,
Thank you so much for mentioning my post about Maggie! I'm so glad you enjoyed it!

Warmly,
Kim
Daisy Cottage

Cathy said...

You're welcome, Kim. I guess you had a few visitors from Melodies and Hymnsongs. :o) Thanks for your visit. Your blog is very charming, and I just love your little Maggie. Blessings ~
Cathy