Sunday, March 14, 2010

Thankful Sunday~

These vintage linens hanging on the line reminds me of a saying I heard a long time ago. I'm not sure who wrote it but it's so true
"If all our troubles were hung on a line,
You'd choose yours and I'd choose mine"
Isn't this so true? There's always someone with more problems than us.
This gorgeous Sunday, I am thankful...
Have a Wonderful week sweet friends....


  1. It remind's me of the old adage of the bag. If we all had a bag and put our troubles in them and went to a Mountain to exchange, we'd all come back with the same bag.
    Thanks for the sharing.

  2. Very wise words of wisdom. Thank your for sharing. Enjoy this glorious day.

  3. this simple post, elegance on a line!
    I am also passing along the "A Lovely Blog Award" to you! If you like, please stop by my blog for your sidebar award button, and enter the Mr. Bunn's Spring Giveback! xo, Rosemary

  4. What a true sentiment and a beautiful line of lacy pretties. Yes, we only have to look around us to see how good our lives are!
    Wishing you a beautiful and blessed Sunday,

  5. Ann, what a beautiful post!!! thanks for sharing that bit of wisdom and your lovely photo:)

  6. This is so true! Love all the beautiful vintage linens.

  7. What a great saying Ann, hope you had a great weekend, T

  8. Thanks for the reminder. I love vintage linens. I hope you have a blessed week. Take care.

  9. What a beautiful picture as well as a wonderful reminder ~

  10. Dearest Ann,

    I love your beautiful photo of the beautiful linens, and I love the poem! So true, and a wonderful reminder! I hope you have a blessed week!
    Much love,

  11. Oh, so pretty! Perfect for spring! Such words of encouragement, too-a great reminder to be thankful. You have a great week, too:)

  12. What a perfect Sunday Post, so glad to have found your Blog. Hugs, Diane

  13. Hello, Ann,
    I came over for a visit via sweet Paula's Rose Cottage. Your home is so lovely, and I love to see wash hanging on a line. Your vintage pieces will smell heavenly. I love the lamp you redid and also that sweet, sweet picture frame with laces. I am a Texas gal, too, and I have happy memories of Nacogdoches. I got my masters in education from SFA. I am so glad to have met you. Have a beautiful week! Vicki