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Wednesday, December 29, 2010

Nostalgia



Just wanted to share with you these lovely bits of long ago. I think they came from my grandmother's home. She's been gone many years now, since I'm a grandmother as well. As a child we had the best holidays at her house which leaves for such fond memories. I only pray that I might create the same fond memories for my grandchildren as well.

If you'd like to see another lovely blog with some beautiful "nostalgia" just click on the title above to go to Faith, Grace and Crafts.

10 comments:

Doni said...

Hi Coleen!
Love those lights, and the memories too...I love being reminded of my grandmothers and those feelings of being so loved. Thanks so much for joining me for Pearls and Lace Thursday! I love that you and your family are serving in the Ukraine as missionaries and that I can be a part of that by following your blog! how awesome our God is!!
Many blessings to you and yours, Doni

Martha's Favorites said...

Hi Coleen: Great lights. I am sure you will make wonderful memories for your Grandchildren. Have a wonderful New Year's! Blessings, Martha

maisie sparrow said...

Hi Coleen love the lights.I remember something similar when I was a child brings back memories does'nt it. Hope you had a great christmas.Happy new year blessings for 2011

clipart said...

great designs.i really like your post.thanks for sharing your precious memories.Sometimes you will find clip art at big art supply stores. I think the big publisher is Dover. Any way, there are some really cool pieces that are the advertising type similar to the tight pinch block. It is one of the things i love to see in old ads like from a newspaper , they have a drawing of a guy in a hurry, or the mom in the kitchen with the poodle skirt

Lauren said...

Hello!

I am very nostalgic, so I understand this post. I actually have some old bulbs like that as well.

That's really neat that you're a missionary in Ukraine. I used to think I'd like to do something like that, but I don't think it fits my personality very well. I'm going to follow you.

-allthisbeauty from SB

Jessica said...

What wonderful memories. I love getting old items like that especially when there is a story of my childhood intertwined in it.

Bleu Belle Studio said...

Love your blog! ooodles of inspiration!
I adore old christmas bulbs I do not have a family tie to them I just love the colors!
Happy New Year!
Bleu Belle Studio Swap-Bot

Lexidh said...

Oh, I so wish I could get lights like that! There isn't much of a tradition for lights here in Norway, and definitely not colored ones! I had a really hard time finding some small ones to hang in our living room.

I'm still collecting stuff to do a private swap with you again, but it's going slowly, I get so much scrapbooking supplies I just can't part with ;P

Lexidh@swapbot.com

Karin said...

We had very similar lights when I was child. Ours were from Germany.

PS: Thanks for visiting my blog and leaving comments. Happy New Year too, may it bring joy and wonder.

heather said...

What a beautiful blog! I love vintage Christmas things. I will be following your blog. This is homekeepingheather from swapbot with the blog comments swap. w

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