Monday, January 17, 2011

January Whites

Hello, Dear Ones! Many of you are getting snow and I wanted to have a little of the white stuff too. So I put lots of white in my little hutch in the breakfast room! Hope you don't get tired of seeing this little hutch. I just love it to pieces!


White stuff...

Does it look wintry and cold?


Well, I did poke in a little bit of evergreen leaves. It's always nice to see a little touch of green among all the snow.


See the blanket of white stuff on the lower shelf? Yep, there it is.


I found this big ole white pitcher last year and I just love the soup out of it! Can you love the soup out of big ole white pitchers? You bet your hot steaming bowls you can! :)


I have two of these little bird candle holders and I use little tiny candles in it. Does that little birdie look cold to you? I think I just saw him shiver! :)


I also have a larger candle holder I'm using too. This little birdie is a cousin to the two smaller ones. Birds of a feather you know! :)


I've poked down some of my white dishes - J & G Meakin. These are very olden.


Oh, my little white Target birdies were just dying to get out from behind closed doors and make an appearance! Poor little things! :)


I've poked a few more white pieces down. It's getting chilly in here so I had better grab my sweater. :)



Way up high I've placed my white tureens ~ just like a covering of snow, don't you think?

Thanks for popping in to see me today and I just love your visits and comments!

I'm joining our Dear Cielo at The House in the Roses for Show Off Your Cottage Monday,
Our Dear Marty at A Stroll Thru Life for Tabletop Tuesday
and
Our Dear Kim at Savvy Southern Style for BTB Party.

Be a bunch of sweeties,
Shelia :)

I'll leave you with a little Note Song~

It's Now Winter's Day


Everyone is warm inside their houses in the snow
The mercury is dropping down to minus ten below

Outside it's chilling, but inside it's thrilling
with fireplaces burning and records that keep turning Gone is the green grass, the trees have turned brown

The sky has gone grey,
it's now Winter's day The parks they are empty no sweets on the swings

no kids are at play,
it's now Winter's day
~ sung by Tommy Roe