Good morning! It's Wednesday again. The day when we get to have a peep at other people's desks to see what they are up to. Julia at Stamping Ground is our chief desker. Do check out her website. The link is there.
If the idea is to bare all (desk wise i mean), then I tremble, because again, the is nothing significant on my desk. Here, look for yourself:
There is some happy mail in the foreground from a lass called Paulina in Poland. Pauline wanted a particular postcard that I have in my collection. I offered to send it to her and as a thank you, she sent me a 3D sticker sheet. Note the gorgeous stamps, so very Valentine's Day.
On the right is a box of gluten free biscuits that I have been occasionally snacking from. I'm on a diet to lose weight, so biscuits are out! They taste of saw dust, but I still like them....
Then there is a rough copy of a letter I have to send to the town hall, some English bobbins with their beads. Nothing to write home about.
The weather has been bad here the past few days. We have had gales all of last week, then a smuttering of snow, and today it was good ol' sunny again. This is the view from my window as i speak:
Guess what we bought.... a red letterbox!
My DH wanted a red one, and lo and behold we found a red one. I like it too. It looks very British somehow.
My postcard for today is this:
It comes from Christine in the USA. She lives in Burlington, VT (Vermont I think). The caption reads: 'The 2011 exhibit In Fashion: High Style 1690-2011 features gowns, menswear, and accessories from Shelburne Museum's costume collection.' The embroidery on this dress is stunning. What era do you reckon this dress is from then?
The stamps are gorgeous too. Thank you Christine.
I do like Katharine Hepburn, don't you?
I must leave it here. Happy WOYWW!
Have a great week all of you.