Thursday, February 11, 2010

~ Tell me what this saying means to you.


10 comments:

Rose ~Victorian Rose ~ said...

In the meantime, I would like to WELCOME one more blogger to my group....thank you for joining us.
Peridotsgarden ...has honored me by joining aa a follower.

Thank you,

Rose

Dorthe said...

Hi Rose,
I don`t know about the saying, but the immage is so beautifull.

Dorthe

The Pink Birdhouse said...

I found your blog through Pam's Eastlake Victorian, and so glad that i did! What a BEAUTIFUL blog, your background is lovely, and everything just seems to fit together wonderfully. Real eye candy just dropping by, even before one reads the posts! ~~ warmly, Debby

Peridots Garden Blog said...

Thank you for the lovely welcome!

I'm lovin' the image! Beautiful and thought provoking!

To me the words define, there is no guarantee of the how much time we have but we determine the quality of that time.

Sandy

Rose ~Victorian Rose ~ said...

Thank you Dorthe, appreciate your approval.

Sandy..you are MOST welcome..
I believe you are RIGHT..I was just not coming up with anything that made sense to me.
Thank you.
Rose

Rose ~Victorian Rose ~ said...

Debbie, I can't thank you enough for your KIND words about my little blog.
AND for joining as a follower as well !! WELCOME... am delighted you are here.

I was so reluctant to start a blog...but am SO HAPPY I DID. Have been meeting so many darling, creative ladies, I am almost losing count.

Rose

bad penny said...

thank you for your lovely comments and invitation to pop over - here I am ! Good luck with your collage - I have enjoyed messing around with scraps of paper most would throw away.

Diane said...

Rose, hmmm...not sure what it means! Except that in our afterlife our time together lengthens?
Diane

Annalea said...

Hi Rose,

In response to your comment left at my blog about vintage journals/letters, I just wanted to let you know that I haven't found any personally, but I follow blogs whose authors have. They usually find them in thrift stores and estate sales (although if I came across any at an estate sale, I would give them back to the family!). Cathe at Just Something I Made recently found an old journal, with three letters in it, and scanned and posted the letters on her blog. So, if you can't find originals, you could always print copies of hers. They're beautiful. :o)

Have a great day!

Rose ~Victorian Rose ~ said...

Annale..you have mail.

Thanks so much, Rose