Thursday, January 7, 2010

Show and Tell

We got snow last night, but not as much as they thought we might get (thank goodness). Just a heavy dusting from what I can tell . I am not going outside to check - to cold, and the temps are dropping. The real problem will be when the wet streets freeze tonight.

Thought I would join Cindy @ My Romantic Home for "Show and Tell Friday" http://romantichome.blogspot.com/
Thanks Cindy for hosting this weekly event. I have an unintended collection of cherubs around my home, so thought I would share them with you. As you can tell, I took these pictures last Summer.

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And of course the little ones that play around the soap dish.
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Be sure and visit Cindy to see what she and the other participants have to share this week.
Hope you are having a great week and staying warm.
Glenda

21 comments:

Pat@Back Porch Musings said...

The cherubs are all beautiful, Glenda!

We ended up with about 4 inches. It's dry and blowing. Hard to tell for sure. It is very very cold!

susan said...

Glenda-You have such beautiful statuary on your patio! I love angels and cherubs. I have been "nesting" myself today..even the house is not that warm. The dogs refuse to go out :) unless I bribe them...and Jessie has a fur lined coat :) Hope the leg is better~~Susan

Jeanette said...

Such lovely images. In this cold, I am especially enjoying anything GREEN! Everything is so pretty.

Donna said...

Glenda, Love all of your cherubs! They are all beautiful and it is great how you used the ornament and used it in the basket. So cute! I have the same soap dish as you...I just keep jewelry in mine.
Thanks for sharing,
Donna

A New England Life said...

You DO have quite a few cherubs around, don't you! I almost bought one for the girls bathroom about a year ago but didn't. Wish I had though!

That soap dish is darling!

Brenda @Cozy Little House said...

Oh, I love your cherubs! That one outside looks like a water fountain. I'm sure it's wonderful out there with that going. When it's warm enough! It's sure cold in Texas too!
Brenda

Merrie said...

I love your cherubs too! And your beautiful summer garden. Brrr. I'm ready for summer again!

The Green Pea said...

Oh, what a beautiful patio. I love the brick wall and the cherubs are so sweet. You must enjoy sitting outside in the nice weather. sandi

Gee said...

Hi Glenda,

What a beautiful patio and cherubs you have there. Thanks for sharing and have a nice weekend.

Diann @ The thrifty Groove said...

All your cherubs look wonderful Glenda! Isn't amazing how our collecions start out totally without our knowledge! LOL

Orphaned Decor said...

I just love cherubs. What a beautiful home. Leslie

Hootin' Anni said...

very 'romantic'! All of it.

My Show n Tell, HERE, ---it's 32 degrees out, and I have one lone iris blooming!!! Come see the rich beautiful purple!!...in the dead of winter.

Happy Friday!

Tracy said...

I love cherubs, too! I shared some of mine on my blog for show and tell. :)

concretenprimroses said...

What a great collection and your garden is wonderful!
Kathy

Susan said...

Oh I love cherubs so truly enjoyed seeing all these lovely ones of yours.
Susan

SavoringTime in the Kitchen said...

Your collection of cherubs is adorable! I love that corner of your garden.

Bunny Jeans Decor... and More! said...

Well it is COLD here in North Texas!

I understand you're wanting to stay in the WARM house this morning.
I, on the other hand... had to go out and melt a big hole in the ice that covered our little fish pond... BURR!

Come on by and see the pictures. We might set a 20 year record low tonight!

Pat & Ron Harris said...

Like everyone else, I loved the patio and the flowers and the greenery and the sunshine. I could almost feel it here. We don't have a lot of snow just a lot of cold. This will pass tho.

Thank you for visiting junkblossoms! I hope you'll come back soon. Pat

erin said...

it's a good idea to surround yourself with ANGELS!! keep warm...

Susan S. said...

Your collection of Cherubs is precious!

Cindy ~ My Romantic Home said...

I love cherubs too!!! Yours are adorable. I just bought new one that I'll be sharing on my blog later this week.