Friday, February 10, 2012

I've Got A Feeling

I've got a feeling that these are the last Kiss reproduction vintage postcards
I'll be sharing with you this year for Valentine's Day!!!

They are both from a Box of Kisses published by Chronicle Books.





I've Got A Feeling For You




"I've got a feeling for you."



Kiss



"What's a peaceful country scene,
With lovely cherry trees,
Without a pair of lovers keen,
To kiss and coo and squeeze!"


Thank you to Beth for being our hostess for Postcard Friendship Friday.

Wishing YOU well, a JOY filled weekend, and a 
Happy Valentine's Day!

12 comments:

Irene said...

They are wonderful. I always wanted to look like the lady in the garden. Happy PFF

Dosfishes at Sparkle Days Studios said...

I've got a feeling that the diving board one is fantastic! xox Corrine

Debra She Who Seeks said...

My mind is just rolling around in the double entendre gutter today, I guess. All I can see in the first one is that "suggestive" red silo and "nobby" hill. And in the second one -- cherries, oh please! Hee hee!

Janet said...

I've got a feeling I'm gonna miss these Kiss valentine cards!

Clytie said...

They are wonderful cards - the second one reminds me of a poem from my childhood ... "Never kiss by the garden gate. Love is blind, but the neighbors ain't"!
Happy PFF!

Carol at Serendipity said...

Snap,
These are wonderful! I love the one with diving board!

Happy Valentine's Day!

Carol

Jocelyn said...

hahaha I never even noticed the Red Silo and the Knobby Hill until Debra pointed it out! In the first one it is obvious that love defies gravity because though both of them are exerting weight on the board it remains perfectly straight!

My Grama's Soul said...

so cute....I'm lovin' ALL this kissin'.

Jo

Cezar and Léia said...

These postcards are very sweet and romantic!
Léia and little Luna

Lisa West said...

Such fun cards. I read your profile and I'm so happy you are enjoying retirement!! Lisa

Sheila @ A Postcard a Day said...

I was going to make a sensible comment but I read Debra's and now my mind won't focus on sensible....

Heather said...

Lovely cards. and of course the swimmer is such a gentleman that he would not pull on the board and dunk his sweetheart into the water.