Wednesday, September 24, 2008

Something about Mary...
I am so thankful for flickr and the blog world especially since I have discovered so many nice people out there. Mary is one of those special ladies. She is very thoughtful and I consider her a friend even though we live states apart. I think we connected when we found out we had the same birthday!! Then we discovered we had some other things in common...weight, height, and looking young for our age(yes I am one year older than her). She spoils me with surprises in the snail mail. I get all giddy and smiley:D The other day I received one of those surprise packages and it had 2 unfinished cardboard houses in it. One is this cottage and the other is a church I will glitter up for Christmas. So this is for Mary...yes, I am sending it back to her and not because I dont like it . Seems odd, but now it is all glittery and pretty for her autumn decorations. I know how much her children really like her to decorate for the holidays. That is how friendship works(~~) No sneak peeks here! It will be on its way to Mary's house tomorrow. Thanks Mary!!! check out her flickr

Hugs (~~) Julie


Stink Bone Jones said...

how very thoughtful and sweet of you!

So happy to have happened upon your lovely blog!


Mrs.Kwitty said...

It's just darling--and so is the story behind it!! Friends are so cool!
Smiles, Karen

Anonymous said...

Okay, so you have me blushing here. Thank you for your kind comments, I just hope I can live up to them...LOL! You know I am a big fan of your houses and this one is going to great with my halloween and Thanksgiving decorations. I wasnt going to decorate with everything that has been going on lately, but now I cant wait to break out the decorations. Maybe one of these days when I get that RV I want, we will be able to meet!

Alisa said...

Aw Julie, what a good friend you have and what a good friend you are. Isn't the blogging world a wonderful place?!

ps. the house is darling

windlewood said...

Thanks for dropping in on my blog, Julie!
Hopefully you can make Christmas at the Faire...that is so nice you aren't that far away. This is my first show and I've heard it's really nice.
If you do, find me...I would love to meet you! Meeting the people behind the blogs sounds sooo fun!

Southern Lady's Vintage said...

It's so nice to have such a generous friend....and I am talking of both of you! Your creations are wonderful!!

tales from an O.C. cottage said...

What cuteness!!

M ^..^