Tuesday, June 17, 2014

more backyard treasure


One of the first things I found in my backyard of junk treasures was this cute little pig. I haven't given her a name yet, maybe somebody has a suggestion for me?

I have thrown out a lot of the stuff that was left in the back but I knew that this little piggy had found her forever home with me.

As you can see, she loves dressing up and posing for my camera. Isn't she adorable?


5 comments:

  1. Oh, she IS adorable. What fun you can have dressing her for the seasons!

    Blessings,
    Patti

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  2. She's such a cute pig and her eyes are very real looking! I always think girl pigs need a P name...so anything that begins with P. Petunia? Penelope? Prudence? I'm sure you'll come up with something good:)

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  3. Me again! Oh, please let me know the results if you put some of your glass outside! My in-laws live in Lancaster, it gets crazy hot out there and the antique store my MIL goes to puts huge tables of glass out in the sun. I'm not sure how long it takes to turn them lavender. We don't get direct sun on our lanai so I'd have to put them out in front on our stairs and they're doing construction on those right now so I'll have to wait! Keep me posted though!

    P.S. So glad to see my friend Patti here! We've been blog buddies for several years now and she is a truly special person:)

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  4. Me again! Oh, please let me know the results if you put some of your glass outside! My in-laws live in Lancaster, it gets crazy hot out there and the antique store my MIL goes to puts huge tables of glass out in the sun. I'm not sure how long it takes to turn them lavender. We don't get direct sun on our lanai so I'd have to put them out in front on our stairs and they're doing construction on those right now so I'll have to wait! Keep me posted though!

    P.S. So glad to see my friend Patti here! We've been blog buddies for several years now and she is a truly special person:)

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