Now this is very different, and lovely. I hope you are having a good time. How is Annie?
So glad to hear yor baby is going good. Great necklaces. It's always fun to see what you are creating.
Glad to see Annie back to her old self! Those crazy Russian olives even grew in Wisconsin...they must be tough. Those necklaces are very nice, Cat.
How wonderful to see Annie looking so well now and I can see why the olives intrigue you - nice picture.I always like to see what you create and these bright pennies are gorgeous.
G'day CatI'm just so thrilled to see Anne is doing so well - she is made of good stuff... love your necklaces ... great colours too. I've not heard of a Russian olive tree although they no doubt grow here Down Under really didn't think about names other than olive. Many hobby farmers have gone into growing olives in Qld. so we see lots of little groves of them on our way to visit with our eldest daughter... A bit like I had never heard of your penny necklaces etc but the other day I found someone had made a pumpkin from them ... luv ... Bethel
Along with your beautiful hand work...the olive are really great under that blue sky.Annie is a little champion, so good to see her well. I have two Beagles and it is really hard when they aren't doing well. Take care, Mary
The necklace is darling. What a clever idea!Annie is looking great. How is she taking to the cold? We are hitting below freezing temps here and it's a tough adjustment. LOL.Wishing you a wonderful Thanksgiving.
I am so glad Annie is doing so well. Love the necklaces. Hope you and yours have a great Thanksgiving!
oh these turned out FAB. I love the addition of the charm ! perfect !There's THE BABY !ohhh. Hi Annie ( I am getting all goo goo over her)So glad she is doing well. Hair all wild and long ! The olives make a pretty picture. Now can you harvest them ? Are they a harvestable (is that a word?) or rather edible type of olive ? Olive Branch. PEACE. Good Quilt Inspiration.
hmm. Interesting names. I like them.
Olives out back!! I had to go to Tuscany to see them! Seriously I was quite intrigued by the olive trees I saw ...yours seem to be ripe.Good news re: Annie's recover! Whew!!
So lovely ! Wonderfull colors...
the olive photo is really gorgeous ... almost as wonderful as the news that Annie is heartworm free! :)
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