Wednesday, October 20, 2010
tThe basket on the right is another old egg basket my Mother gave me. The one on the left was given to me by a dear friend, now deceased. She brought it to me one time with fresh bread in it. This little basket below was a gift from my husband. It is so sweet and is quite old. These baskets on the wall shelf are Longaberger baskets of Hope. I have others but these were my favorites
These are a few of my favorite mineratures. The one on the left on the second shelf was made by a dear friend, who also happened to be my history teacher in high school The one on the right was made by a little Cherokee woman called Miss Maudie. It was a gift from a friend. The one on the bottom was made by a family member. The big one on the left I bought on the longest yard sale this summer. I thought there was something about it that called my name. I hope I haven't bored you to tears talking about baskets. I could go on and on but will show you another , if that is okay.This one was my husbands great grandmothers egg basket. She made it her self from willow reeds. It was given to me by his great aunt. Don't you love it? Thanks for coming Through My Back Door and Talking Baskets. I have more but these are my favorites and I love sharing them with you. Don't know what we'll talk about next time, but come on in and we'll find some thing to share, because life is good Through My Back Door.
I do want to thank those who have become a follower. I never expected to have so many so fast. Some of you are so busy and to take time to come read my blog humbles me.