Thursday, May 15, 2014

Rememberances

While I would dearly love to write a long post today it is just not possible.  Necessity has me driving three hours across Kentucky today and the minutes are quickly turning into hours this morning.  However, I did want to share a little of the loveliness of our Mother's Day.


Centerpieces in yellow.
Mothers in linen, cotton lawn, dupioni.
Old southern ladies in kid gloves.


White roses worn by those whose mother had passed.
Red roses worn by those fortunate to still have their mothers with them.


Baby girls in smocking.
Lily-of-the-valley in beaded julep cups.
Freshly pressed linen napkins.


Old spring china.
Light as air little crab cakes.
Gardenias in hunt cups.
Baby boys in Jon Jons


Bow ties and herb boutonnieres.
Old gents in starched collars, smelling of good old white soap and leather.

Honoring Mother, Wife, Sister, Aunt, Cousin, Daughter.

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