This may be a strange topic for a blog, but I know that some people collect crosses. I don't, but I know those who do. Well, I was going through some things we inherited recently
and among those things were 2 crosses.
This first one here is not one of the two inherited ones, but it is one that I found a few years back at either an estate or garage sale. Something about it fascinated me. And it has writing on the back.
These other two are the ones that we inherited.
This is a Lenox ceramic cross
and this next one I think is a stained glass one that was possibly hand-made.
Don't know why this would actually interest anyone, but since I was thinking of these today, I just thought I'd share.
As I said, I don't collect crosses, but I do collect rocks. I have quite a few around the house, so...
I will show you my 3 favorites:
The one on the right that has Sea Wall Beach written on it I picked up at my all time favorite beach in Maine in the summer of 2000. The black one on the left is from Dingle, Ireland (they had a huge number of flat black rocks on that beach in 1998). I had a smaller one too, but can't find it at the moment. And as for the one in the center I have no idea where it came from. But it's the best rock to hold in your hand and rub between your fingers... almost waxy.
And that's my post for the day! Almost supper time...
I did make a batch of chocolate chip/peanut butter cookies for DH this morning... and am about to go fix us some sliders for a quick Saturday night supper.
|chocolate chip/peanut butter cookies|
and I'll close with a pic of Tux/Smudge and Julie snuggling together on the bed this afternoon...
|Julie in front, Tux in back|