Saturday, December 18, 2010

Pink Saturday ~ December 18, 2010

Happy Pink Saturday! The theme for today is music, it would be hard for me to pick a favorite. Silent Night, Little Drummer Boy, O' Holy Night, and on and on and on...
I love to hear Christmas music box tunes.

I thought I'd share a few ornaments.
This is pink Piggy Clause's first year on our tree.



This sweet glass ball was a baby's first Christmas in 1975


 The starfish is one of many handmade ornments that I love.


The wooden Popeye The Sailor Man and Little Red Riding Hood have been hung on our family's trees for more than 50 years.
So many memories in each ornament.


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7 comments:

  1. Happy Pink Saturday and Happy Holidays to you and your family, Linda.

    I love all of your pretty ornaments. My son has a very similar Baby's First Christmas Ornament from 1976 hanging on his tree.♥

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  2. I love all your oraments, but the little pig one is darling. May you and family have a very happy holiday season.

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  3. so charming! Thanks for sharing and Merry Pinks to you and your family!

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  4. Happy Holidays to you and your family..Thank you for sharing HPS! were you able to find the tag tutorial?

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  5. Wonderful pinks for Pink Saturday and very special ornaments with special memories. Thanks for sharing...Merry Christmas!

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  6. I loved all your ornaments. That piggy is the cutest thing I ever saw. Happy Pink Saturday.

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  7. There was a pig playing in the wata, a little pig doin what she otta, and then the snow began to fall and froze up her watta and she didn't know what she otta, so she lept from her pin and hoofed it on over to Linda Land where she was given a luxurious bubble bath and a robe of pink cashmere and winter white fur, better than any ole mudcoat she thought, so she decided this she otta and now she hangs for the very first time from a tree, but at night she comes down and hoofs it on over to the kitchen of Linda Land and feasts on five-star food and not table scraps, I bet we see her again next year. Merry Christmas Terri www.morningdewdrops.typepad.com

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