Wednesday, November 11, 2009

White Wednesday...



Joining Kathleen again over at Faded Charm for White Wednesdays. Hop over and see some more inspiring and fun whites!























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8 comments:

Lynn@ The Vintage Nest said...

They are all so pretty! A big red bow and some holly on that duck at Christmas time would have him quacking with joy. :)

www.MaisonStGermain.com said...

Hello,
Thank you for stopping by. You have the prettiest photos. Please THANK your son from me for serving our country. Somehow I don't think they hear it enough. I love the pictures of your doggies. Do you have 4 dogs?

fairmaiden said...

My Dad was a marine, which lead to a career as executive of the FAA. He's retired now. My brother was a marine in Dessert Storm War. My grandpa was Army, World War II Vet. And hubby was National Guard.

Thank you to your son for serving our country and fighting to keep us free.

Fields of Linen & White said...

Love your whites! My dad was a Marine and my brother was in the Army
Thank you, to your son for fighting to give us our Freedom, God Bless him
Cheryl

Dawn-Hydrangea Home said...

Love all of your whites!

Mary said...

Hi Julie...I'm so glad you visited my blog today...I totally forgot about White Wednesday! I was concentrating on Veteran's Day, and it just slipped my little ole forgetful brain! I love your white goodies...so pretty...I see a rooster peeking out in that first photo..roosters are great. The swan and birds are beautiful, too. I also read your previous post about losing your precious cat...I'm so sorry. We can't have cats...allergies...but we've always had dogs, and when we lose one, I cry for weeks...they are like our children...so loving, so sweet. I agree, they are a blessing from God...He made them for our comfort and joy...they bring so much to the family.

My brother was a marine for 25 years, retired now, but once a marine, always a marine...I'm so proud of him, as you are of your son...they are special men, aren't they? They go in as boys and come out with such valor and character. God bless them...all of our wonderful military.

Take care, Julie...come visit again, and I'll visit you, too!
Mary

Faded Charm said...

The second picture is my favorite. Very inspiring. thanks for playing along today.

Take care and enjoy your week.

Kathleen

Cindy said...

Gorgeous images...I'm crushing on the silverware! Just beautiful :O)