Here he is , coming over for his first dinner at Nana's house. I do not usually post very personal stuff, but I can't resist this.
Two exhibitions in Britain I wish I could see, I am so tempted to buy both catalogs
First Threads of Feeling, which I read about in the TextileHunter's blog....today Sally also posted this link http://www.threadsoffeeling.com/ a slide show to the exhibition that is so touching. Intensely interesting and heartbreaking at the same time.
and a recent exhibition in York, on Canadian WW11 Red Cross Quilts that were sent to Britain. I found this information on a super blog that I read, Welsh Quilts, written by Pippa Moss.
both these blogs are my regular read....everything I like. A topic that I am interested in and a sense of time and place.
This London vintage souvenir scarf was featured in two smashing treasuries this week.
Memories of London, put together by Jen, a British artist who now lives in France. Do check out her lovely, original work.
and Looking back and smiling, a nostalgic treasury that Linda pulled together. Another expat with a great sense of humor .
What a beautiful baby! Lucky you!ReplyDelete
What a gorgeous picture of that baby!ReplyDelete
And congrats on the treasury features!
What a gorgeous baby boy!ReplyDelete
Lovely etsy stuff too! :) x
He is a darling! Aren`t we Nanas lucky. My little darling will be TWO tomorrow. (The day before my own birthday!).ReplyDelete
He is GORGEOUS! You must be so proud!ReplyDelete
Awww. He's so cute :)ReplyDelete
awwwww - such a sweet wee baby - I'm so jealous!!ReplyDelete
Oh, he is so lovely!ReplyDelete
Off to have a read about these exhibitions...
Oh, so sweet! (the baby, of course!)ReplyDelete
Thanks for the comment you left on my blog! Yes, I do keep myself quite busy! Keeps me out of trouble! LOL!!!
he is adorable....I just want to kiss him to death!!ReplyDelete