Feb 24, 2012

Have a Looksee.........


Well,its cool once again here and very windy....thought I would share a few more pictures. The little doll above was found at Salvation Army this week. Not sure if she was handmade or what. I thought she was kinda unique though.

Old Sewing Machine on my porch.
The bare woods

Anybody know what this weed is and if it is edible? I am trying to learn more about  foraging .


Blessings


6 comments:

Boo-Bah AKA Iris said...

I love your pictures today Shelley. Does the old Singer work? some of the old singers are really beautiful.

Hugs
Iris

Linda ★ Parker's Paradise said...

Not so sure about foraging but the Singer is really nice!

Mica said...

hello there darling! I LOVE your blog page look and banner...really nicely put togeter! I don't know anything about weeds...I couldn't tell a weed from a real plant...sadly when I was in Washington I thought I was picking weeds and low and behold they were strawberries...Sorry i have not e-mailed, We got your sweet package...I LOVE the fabric and will prob. make something quilty with it for Spring/Summer. I will take pics. and the extra goodies were sweet! Bri loved the old books...I am sure I will do a post soon...Thank you from the bottom of my heart for your sweet loving generosity. I will have my daughter write a thank you back. Loveto you, have a great weekend!!! Mica

annie said...

lovely, that little darling in your header is just beautiful, love the sewing machine too!

Jacqueline said...

Feeling the need to write you again, this week has had some really tough challenges Shelley. Len was demoted (the company has done this twice to him) and transfered to a store on the Canadian border line. Loss of pay and hours, simply because they wanted someone else. No other reason, a whole SLEW of other things have happened too. I will write but in the meantime,
in my dreams...
I see us sitting on the porch making Barbie and Baby Doll clothes with that old time Singer!
Love you! me

Marqueta (Mar-keet-a) said...

Dear Shelley,

What a sweet post! I wish I did know the plants in question. I'm still learning lots, too! :) The big one kind of looks like a foxglove~ I wish I could feel it and smell it, to be able to tell better!

There are lots of good videos on Youtube about wild edibles, but I do wish that you could put in an unidentified plant picture and have the computer find it for you!

Love,

Marqueta