Saturday, September 27, 2008


First I would like to thank W. Latane for this award. It is so nice to meet new people that are reading and enjoying my blog. Please stop over to Wakefield for a visit! Thank you for this honor!
I must say it's nice to get an award that doesn't have rules. Don't get me wrong, I love to get awards but I think it takes away from said award when we are supposed to send it to 7 more people. Eventually everyone is just trying to figure out who doesn't have it so they have someone to send it to. (Sorry! I'll get off my soapbox now. I truly hope I didn't offend anyone or they might take my awards away! lol)I bought this grungy picture frame out of a dollar box at a sale. It looked like it could be silver and it was very heavy. After a little cleaning, it is really beautiful! I does say 'Made in Japan' on it but it is very sturdy even without the glass.I'm still not sure what it's made off but I love it. It still has some dark areas on it but I was careful because I didn't want it to look shiny and new. Now all I need to do is figure out what picture to put in it.


W. Latane Barton said...

Don't you just love finding great buys when you least expect it. That is a beautiful frame and I am sure will look great hanging somewhere in your house.

As for the award. I too don't like all these 'attachment rules' but that's just me. So, mine does not. Love your blog.

Baby Vagabond said...

Oh that is such a pretty frame. I think your should put a matted 8x10 of Jerzie in your wonderful garden in it! No Brainer!

((hugs)) Rosie

JunieRose2005 said...

Hi Jean,

Just catching up with you! And I'm glad I came. It sure looks pretty around here with all your autumn decorating!

Oh! I like that frame too! A perfect one for a granddaughter in the garden-:)- as the above poster suggested!


Diane@A Picture is Worth.... said...

I like the frame...and I have to agree...I love awards with no strings attached!

Zoey said...

Now that is a TRUE award... presented with no intended gain by the giver. Congratulations!

I will be eager to see what ends up in that frame.