Thursday, April 29, 2010

Vintage Bowls

It's good to get those vintage bowls out of the cabinets and make use of them. This 100 year old English bowl is one of my favorite finds. The realistic appearing berries have almost fooled some people! Also, I decided to put onions in a vintage bowl on my countertop until they are used.


  1. Hi Busy Single Mom!

    LOL! I just got your message on my post about you responding on your post! :) Too funny...I don't understand how this works either. It is not the same as facebook...this seems a little confusing! :) Makes you wonder how many people attempted to respond to your comments and you have no idea!

    Anyway, it is nice to meet you, my new friend! I have a special place in my heart for gals trying to raise their family on their own. No one knows the hardship unless you have been there! I remember often feeling I was on my own with the task...not many people realize the mother's needs. In fact my daughter has started a ministry in her church among the young adults to help a single mom once a month because she experienced through me all the needs. Such as physical labor that a woman can't do on her own. I give thanks to God for her to learn that and to have the compassion.

    BTW I love your bowls! They are absolutely beautiful!

    God bless you!
    Hugs, Carolyn ~ Cottage Sunshine

  2. Hi Busy Mom,
    Thank you for stopping by my blog for a visit. Your bowls are lovely and it is good to get them out in the open. It can't be easy being a single parent and I'm so glad you have the Lord in your life. He makes all the difference! Wishing you a beautiful weekend.


  3. Yeah, those bowls are beautiful and can't imagine how many memories where created with them every time families got together, generation to generation. Thank you for dropping by and for the encouraging comment. God bless you and may you have a wonderful week.

  4. I love all those bowls! Beautiful! Thanks for following me. I'm returning the favor.