Prairie Blue


...............at my front door spinning...................just some simple thoughts & happenings of an ordinary woman.....

Saturday, September 10, 2011

come & gone.....

well...........................the week has come and gone...........................the stress of getting everything ready, finished, tagged.....all history.......another openhouse come and gone........................but my heart is so full............................full of gratitude to mr. prairie blue...(above and beyond, this man!).......................to all of you for lifting me up & keeping me encouraged all week.............to my linda for starting off my entire week with sweet tea............to all old friends and new that stopped by........................and my two precious girls, that always call the morning of and wish me luck, encourage me & send me their love........................ ........................i am one very blessed woman.................thank you all !


5 comments:

from me to thee......... said...

first of all Denise, thank you, and I was soooo glad I could make it. I remember your mom so well at your open houses and your girls, so sweet..... I also remember the first country decorating item I bought from you at the old mall, many years ago.....little did I know then, the friendship that grew over the years, a kindred spirit. Love ya friend, Linda

annie said...

So happy for you, love the look of your porch. It just seems to call, "Come In, You Are Welcome Here"!

TheCrankyCrow said...

Oh how I wish these crow wings could have taken me that far....Your porch alone looks like a slice of heaven. So glad it was a successful event - and now you can breathe - and take it all in....Blessings ~ Robin

Deppen homestead 1862 said...

Denise~ so happy it went well~ I heard you sigh of relief & breath of joy!Love the display!
take it all in~
smiles
Teresa

Treasures Evermore said...

What an absolutely lovely place you have...and just reading for a couple of minutes...how I love all your primitive collections. I'm assuming that you sell those things???

Here on the west coast, there are almost NO primitive stores of any kind...one tiny one.

Blessings,
Connie