Thursday, October 9, 2008

Primitive Willow Tree Design

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These willow trees draw on that symbolism to connect with our desires for good health, a strong family, and a happy home. I have become very enamored with this simple, wholesome design from nature. It just speaks to my maternal heart to create hearth and home. My den is becoming home to this wonderfully happy design and I find exceptional delight in thrifting around town adding to my collection!

3 comments:

  1. OH that is SO lovely, Carolyn! I love items like that, just sweet.

    Hugs from Marian

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  2. I just love primitive art myself You have some lovely pieces there Schotzy!

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  3. I enjoyed both of your posts...about willow trees, and all the things you are thankful for. They are lovely. And an Emmaus Walk coming up! How exciting! I have always wanted to do one, but now that I'm here, I can't, because they don't do things like that here. Sad, but true. I must remember all your questions and answer: Yes, we live in Brora, which is indeed rather remote! But a beautiful location. You will have to rethink your trip! You can visit Dunrobin Castle (about 5 miles from our home), and even go right up the coast to John O'Groats. Inverewe Gardens is on the west coast, as well. We should exchange emails, so we can chat: beowulf549@yahoo.com :-) Stacey

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