Tuesday, March 2, 2010

Glass Flowers

The calendar shows the first day of March, and yet we are forecast more snow in the eastern counties including our area.
I'm feeling the need for flowers, yet it is still too early, and so settling for the glass variety is my only option on this snowy March day.

I'm feeling renewed already !


Jackie said...

Your lamps are really pretty. I'm in need of some renewal myself...I'm going to search my home for items with flowers on them. Have a good night.


Russell said...

Wow! I'm impressed! I really like the stained glass. My favorite one is the one in your window.

There is something quite special about stained glass. You are most fortunate to have these lamps.

Hope the weather is not too bad for you.

The weather guy told us tonight that out here in Iowa, we had the coldest February in history this year. It only got above 35 all month and that was just one day. Most of the month (as well as January and December) have been bitterly cold.

Spring is getting close. We need to keep that in mind.

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Love those lamps, Jo... The colors are beautiful. the stained glass in the window is amazing also. That does help us get through this next bunch of snow and cold temps. Like you, I am SO ready for spring.


AshTreeCottage said...

Pretty lamps. I am sorry that you are having so much wintry weather. It was in the mid 50's here today, although windy. I'll do my best to send some milder temps your way! Thanks for coming to visit me today. I was rather sad. Don't know why that happens sometimes. Somedays I just want to go within. Thanks for sticking by me!

Susan and Bentley

Mary Lou Rutledge said...

Did you do the glass? If so, or if not so, they're beautiful.

Mary Lou Rutledge said...

Did you do the glass? If so, or if not so, they're beautiful...

Vickie said...

Yes, do put the kettle on! I shall have two lumps of sugar, please!

I'm lovin' those flowered lamps! That ought to put you in the mood for spring. I glanced back at your previous post about the fungi, and wow, that first one looks like some kind of funky deep sea fish monster! Very cool!

donna baker said...

Lamplight with flowers is the next best thing.

midwesttomidlands said...

I hope you don't get snow. It's been a long winter for everyone it seems. Enjoy the flowers of your lamps and soon the real ones will be here as you said. We have snowdrop flowers in our backyard, so spring can't be far behind.

Hillcresthome Prims said...

I love your blog. The stain glass is just beautiful. Your home is so inviting and warm.
Thank you for sharing this with us and the music you play with your blog is so relaxing!!!!

Hillcrest Home Prims

Betsy said...

Lovely! I'm afraid the glass variety is all we will be seeing for a while, too!

Sandra said...

ditto on the renewed. Perfect colors for waiting for spring. they are all wonderful lamps. I can see by all your photos on your side bar I would love your home. thanks for sharing.

CambridgeLady said...

Very cheery lamps :o) It will soon be spring!

David - Pinewood Cottage said...

Jo - thanks for your nice comments - glad you enjoyed reading my blog.

Barbara Anne said...

In our little part of Virginia we have crocus blooming and buds on the daffodils but also the possibility of snow tonight.

I put away the winter decorations today in my little effort to ward off snow. The pens, pencils, and scissors are in a floral cup now and the deep blue cup with snowflakes are packed away.

Your lamps and the stained glass in the window are lovely!


Sunny said...

Beautiful stained glass. The panel in your window is really stunning.
Sunny :)

Deanna said...

So lovely!

Denise said...

What a beautiful collection of lamps and stained glass. Absolutely gorgeous! I feel renewed just looking at them.