Thursday, August 22, 2013

Rambling

 
The August mornings are so pretty.
Misty and cool. 
It makes me want
to be outside to enjoy them while
I can.
 
I heard an old folk saying that
for every fog in August, there will be a snowfall.
I wonder . . .
 
I love collecting these old crochet
potholders.  These two are a very
similar pattern but purchased at different
times and places. 
 
 
"I rejoice at Your word
As one who finds great treasure."
- Psalm 119:162
 
Have a nice day!
Twyla

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9 comments:

retrorevival.biz said...

Pretty potholders, Twyla. I collect them too:)

Karen @ away for the weekend said...

Pretty pot holders! I love old crochet. It will be interesting to see whether you wind up with lots of snow this year...

Theresa said...

I have some of those pretty potholders:) Love the design! Have a blessed day dear Twyla, HUGS!

~Damita's Pretty Wrap~ said...

Pretty pot holders! Happy Friday! xo Holly

Holly- Cutie Pie Cottage said...

I WISH the August mornings were as pleasant here. Here, the birds are quiet like they tend to be before a storm and the mornings are still, dusty and smokey. Yuck. BUT, I'd still rather that than drown in humidity! :)

Well you know what I do with my pretty potholders. I've never seen a black like that before...

Sherry said...

We're having beautiful August mornings too! They're a little foggy and refreshingly cool. I get out and take my walk early before the heat sets in.

I kind of doubt the saying about the foggy mornings being equal to snowfalls would hold true for us here in Alabama. Especially since we have quite a few foggy August mornings and almost no snow. But you never know. :)

Love the crochet! Thanks for sharing the pics!

vintage grey said...

So pretty! Love the lacy design!! I will have to keep my eye for some like those!! Happy weekend!! xo Heather

Elizabeth Andrus said...

Oh Twyla! I just saw your latest afghan pattern. I absolutely adore the one I purchased from you and enjoy it every day. I just think I might have to follow along with you and make yours. Where you lead, I will follow.
PS Thank you so much for the verses at the end of your posts. They are so uplifting. Have a lovely weekend. Elizabeth

Melinda said...

Pretty pretty!

I have not heard that saying about the fog--I wonder too.

Have a great weekend!

:)