Hello lovely ladies. How are you all? I'm here to tell you what made me smile this week and what I have been up to these days.
First off is a lovely black and white postcard from Lithuania.
The stamp is really nice too. It features storks. I really like storks, and I'm always looking out for their nests on high places.
The second card is from Russia. It features a painting by Alexei Korzukhin and is entitled The Bachelorette party.
Alexei Ivanovich Korzukhin ( 1835—1894) was a Russian genre painter.
He was a witness to the extremely bloody assassination of Tsar Alexander II in 1881. This resulted in severe nervous shock and he never fully recovered his health.
The stamp is one of those triangular ones, and this one has one of the traditional Russian windows on it.
Window of Nizhny Novgorod Oblast.Here you can see the whole window:
So, what have I been up to this week? To avoid having too many photos, I have made little collages for each day of the week. (Sorry for the fact these images won't sit in the middle and tend to stick out)
PG (short for Pico Grajo,) is the address of our weekend home about 40 km away from where we live. There we have a tv (not connected) that we use to watch DVDs on.
Of course I shall find some funnies to put at the end. I found this one too. It is not particularly funny, but it is something to think about.
Before I go, let me tell you that I will be away for the weekend (Christian women's conference) and I don't seem to be able to do comments on my iPad, so I might be late in commenting unless I can do some before I leave today.
That is it from me this week. Let's pop over to Annie at A Stitch In Time and to Virginia at Rocking Your World Friday.
Have a lovely weekend,
Take care and