Sunday, January 2, 2011

Teapots and Birdies

 

I’m searching my files for springy  looking photos!!!

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Christmas is over…now I’m ready to “FLY by the seat of my pants”!!!

I’m ready for spring---aren’t you???

 

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I snapped these little fellows on November 19 and I know they’re ready

for some springtime!!!

 

 

Joining Mary @ Little Red House

23 comments:

  1. Great job finding just the right photos in your files for Mosaic Monday. You know how I love dishes, and yours are gorgeous...especially the little teapots and cutwork plate! Beautiful photo of the birdbath....loved the blues in the muted background. Lovely Photos! All the Best for 2011.

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  2. What cheery photos - I'm always like to look at teapots...in fact I'm sipping my tea as I write.

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  3. Love your teapots and birdies. I'm not ready for spring because that means summer is not far behind and HOT. Ugh....... But, I understand!!!! Happy New Year!

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  4. I am so ready for spring. I am a very short term winter lover. So silly because it jus began, but the days are already getting longer! I am looking for spring images and projects. Saw a northern European blog yesterday with spring bulbs blossoming! AHhhh!
    Sherry

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  5. Love your mosaic of the birds splashing in your birdbath! I'm ready to hibernate a month or so after the hustle & bustle of the Christmas season, then after my winter's nap I'll be ready for spring :-)

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  6. Oh How beautiful and how warm they are!!! Yes, warm!!! The hope of Spring! Well done! Cathy

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  7. Two of my favourite things - teapots and birds!
    I'm anxiously awaiting the day when the robins return here in spring. To sit outside for tea again is something I'm looking forward to as well.
    Thanks for an inspiring post.

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  8. Happy New Year,Becky, and I think you found Spring! Love snaps! Oh, I like the look of your blog. I love change and you do it well! :)
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia ;)

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  9. Beautiful! THe robins much have been migrating!

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  10. What gorgeous photos. I'm not quite ready for spring yet. That means lots of yard work.

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  11. I hate to rush the seasons, but spring would be wonderful.

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  12. I love both collages, but especially the sweet little birds!

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  13. Hi Becky, Sounds like we all made it through December and the holidays... January for me is a time to do some DEEP cleaning in my house. I am going to begin in my Computer Room... What a mess!!!!! ha

    Love your teapots and your birdies....

    Have a great week.
    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  14. Becky,

    Beautiful pictures. Love the robins. I can't believe the holidays are over and now we are in another year!

    Have a great week!

    Carol

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  15. Wonderful mosaic. I am longing for spring too.

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  16. I'm definitely ready for Spring!

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  17. I have my hand in the air..."ME!..Me!" I'm ready for Spring!! Love the mosaics!

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  18. I love your pretty teapots. And the robins at the bath photo is wonderful. I am also ready for spring. Bring it on! I wish you and yours a very Happy, Healthy New Year.

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  19. Two fabulous mosaics! I used to collect teapots...now my daughter, and two of my sisters in law have collections. There is something very comforting and yet whimsical about a teapot.

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  20. oh yes, i am so ready for spring! thanks for sharing your springy things! :)

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  21. I'M WITH YOU-I AM SOOO READY FOR SPRING!!

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  22. Thank for this dose of spring! I am eager for the rebirth of green shoots ;-)

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  23. Looking forward to spring once we thaw out from winter !! love your blog

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