Sit back and relax.
I have some random, this and that, things for you.
Thank you, Nancy!
Since today is Good Friday and Easter is Sunday,
here is a reproduction vintage postcard celebrating the holiday.
No artist, publisher or date was listed.
Can you hear the music?!!!
Thank you to the lovely Beth for hosting Postcard Friendship Friday each week.
Sometimes the kitties think simplest toys are the best.
Like an empty box.
In this case, it was a waded up piece of paper.
I think the sound got Cassie's attention.
I threw it across the room, Cassie fetched, and we had a game going that's lasted all week.
Of course, the other two had to get in on the act and two more pieces of paper gave their all in
two furious games of soccer for Teddy and Mina.
I mentioned that I finished a counted cross stitch project.
I couldn't share it with you as it was a birthday gift.
The gift has been delivered and here is the project all finished.
This is a kit I purchased from The Stitchery.
I'm taking part in the Liberate Your Art Postcard Swap.
This is my first postcard swap and the reason I liked it --
I could use photographs of art I had previously made.
Five postcards (goes well with 5 random things) could be made of one image or more.
I made five different postcards using 4 Index Card a Day images and one tea image.
Kat Sloma put the swap together and I should be seeing postcards in the mail by mid April.
I'll share as they come in.
Thank you Kat!
I've started reading As Always, Julia: The Letters of Julia Child and Avis Devoto
What a lovely book and what lovely letter writing.
It really makes you think about the lost art of writing ... and writing letters.
I'm taking the letters a few at a time.
Wishing YOU well and much joy this holiday season.