There is nothing I would not do for those who are really my friends.
I have no notion of loving people by halves, it is not my nature.
~ Jane Austen

Friday, June 10, 2011

the heat goes on...

The heat goes on here in the Memphis area. 
I am hoping this is not a sign of
summer weather.

This morning I scanned 2 of my vintage
cabinet cards for you to use
with your art work.


I am still working on my tags for the
songbird tag book swap.
I will share some photos of my tags with you
next week.

Hope you had a wonderful week.
Wishing you a great weekend with
family and friends.


Donna said...

The heat is miserable! I wish for rain and cooler weather.
The images are gorgeous ... thanks for sharing!
Stay cool and enjoy your weekend!

Shirley said...

Hi Sharon, I have had my nap so I will read a few blogs before I call it a day. It has been hot the last few days and our air-conditioning is not working right. My office gets a little warm. I was watching tv and the next thing I woke up and my son asked if I was alright. I am thankful it is the weekend. I hope you have a wonderful one. Thanks for sharing your images. Your Missouri Friend.

Incipient Wings said...

how sweet, they are beautiful, thank you:)

Dorthe said...

Thankyou sweet- they are lovely-and the kids so sweet.

artistamyjo said...

Thank you for sharing.
We are shivering here in Mi.Had a short heat wave but it's been in the 40's the last couple days,wish i could trade some!!!
Hugs, Amy

Lululiz said...

Thank you for sharing those two images. I am also in the Birdsong tag book swap, so I am really looking forward to seeing your tags.

GARAGE SALE GAL ~ Deb's Earthly Delights said...

Hi Sharon,
Crazy weather...let's hope it gets back to "normal" so we can enjoy the spring and soon summer!

Beverly said...

It is beginning to warm up here too, and finally feeling like summer. Hope you are surviving the heat there as it is so much more humid than our heat.
Love the vintage images. The one with the children reminds me of photos of my Mom when she was little. That would have been the 1920's.
You are always so sweet to share, Sharon.