......As some of you know, I suddenly was unable to upload pictures to post on here. After looking at "blogger chatter" about this problem, I decided to follow the suggestion to switch from Goggle to Goggle Chrome. Now, I will tell you I am so not confident to trek through the unknown of computer land! I don't know the language or how to do much of anything and I was afraid I would be presented with a choice(es) somewhere in the process and not have a clue what to do. Afraid I would destroy what I had (regardless of it not working) and not be able to get back to where I had come from! Well, down loading Goggle Chrome turned out to be a one click adventure! How to use it and move old Goggle out of the way was a bit harder. But, with a little help here I am! And, with more options to work with. As I click my way along, my posts may be a bit wonky but I hope to do better soon.
This is the little table that the picture hangs over. And, you might have seen it many times, but not with these things on it. You knew this is what you would get after Christmas, didn't you? The same spaces with slightly different looks? I think I am in a rut with my "show and tell" on here. And, need to work a little harder to present some different subjects. We will see as the year goes on.
Same open book, with a new opening, moved from the desk shelf to here. The large bird has also flown in from another location.
I guess the saying would only be true if the book is garden themed? Which many of mine are.
This heavy, metal, bird candle holder is holding one big blackberry. Way more interesting than a candle
Now, to show the desk shelves one more time.
Left top: I just now discovered, this is not the picture I meant to use. The box with the butterfly got straightened up and shows better. But I am treading too softly with the new system to change it now - this will be good enough.
The piece with the butterfly is a box standing on end. This is a new purchase from Home Goods.
The little girl is still dragging her basket but has picked up some frosted winter fruit.
This shot shows the big bird which was hiding behind the potted plant in a picture you saw above.
I am so glad to be able to share once again. I hope you are going forth in this new year with faith, hope and high expectations for a very good year.