I was rewarded with a special find yesterday when I hoed my vegetable garden
I placed it into this old cabinet hanging on the wall in our barn.
We have worked our fields and gardens for more than twenty years. How did this large Indian Spearhead come to the surface? There it laid, on top of the ground, for me to pick up and bring me luck.
Our Spring, which flows at 39 gallons per minute, supplies water for our fields and ever changing vistas for us to enjoy. Long before the White Man came it is no wonder Native Americans chose this very spot, to spend a few days or a few months or maybe even years.
Today I took my new Talisman out of the old green cabinet and put it in my apron pocket. Have you found your Talisman? Thank you for stopping by dear friends and have a wonderful week. Gina
To make candles more special I often apply gold leaf to them.
This time I added gold leaf to the lower half of a dark blue candle. And added a few dried flowers to the middle.
I wrapped the candles, two at a time, into clear plastic and tied them with ribbons, ready to give as gifts. And then I forgot about them. The gold turned into this fantastic textural blue. Even if I tried I don't think that I could duplicate the magic. Wishing you a magic and happy Mother's Day day. Gina
Here I share with you my obsession with Italian Renaissance Ceramics. I decided that painting them would not be so difficult. So I set about learning. My blog is about living the simple country life, tales from our travels and, of course, my hand painted ceramics.
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Treasure of the week
longing for the green to come back
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Faux-cus on the Pros: Gina Garner
Thank You Theresa
Yes, it was a wonderful collaboration, click on picture for full story