Come on in Through My Back Door this Friday morning. The temperature is just perfect for our morning coffee. Lets sit out on the porch do you want to? The coffee by the way is plain old DD this morning. Here's your cup, it really does taste good, and lets chat a bit. I want to share some flags with you. These aren't all mine of course, only very few are. My friends have allowed me to show you some of their beautiful flags. This is the beginning of a long 4th of July weekend, so what better time to show our flags? I hope you enjoy looking at them.
This is my friend Carla's wood flag. I love that one star.Makes me think One Nation, Under God.
This is at the Ga home of Frank& Pam. Isn't this beautiful?
This is vintage bunting also at Pam & Franks. I love buntings too. don't you?
Marla's buntings, Aren't they pretty?
This is my friend Sandi's. Most of you will recognize her as Daybreak Place on PT. Wouldn't you like to have a cup of coffee there?
Next I want to share some things painted to look like flags. We do love our flag symbol, don't we?
My friend Marla, over in Wisconsin bench. Isn't this neat?
Carla's birdhouse. A proud bird lives here.
Doesn't this just say 4th of July and summer? This is Carla's. Have I told you she lives in Illinois?
This is my friend Linda's over at PineRidgeHandwoven's.
This is at Sandi's too.
I hope you have enjoyed my friends beautiful flags today. I want to show a red,white, and blue very unusual arrangement.
This was created by my friend Lynne, in Wales. She calls them pegs, we call them clothes pins.
I thank all my friends for allowing me to use their beautiful flags today. Don't you love the pride we take in our flag displays. Our flag is a symbol that so many have died that we might have the right to fly it. Where ever you are this weekend, fly your flag with pride.
Thank you for coming Through My Back Door where life is good.