Sunday, 12 June 2011

Window No 6.

This lovely card arrived on Friday, but I was restrained and didn't open it until Saturday morning.before going off to our Open Studio - more on my blog later.
Thanks for this little gem Jane. The poem is new to me, I shall give it a deeper peruse later.



This little window frame and thought came too.
How lovely.

9 comments:

marigold jam said...

Lovely - I had never heard that poem but will send it on to my friend in Wales who will I know appreciate its sentiments.

Jane Housham said...

What a very appealing window. I wish I had that view and not just the road outside our door.

Joanna said...

Gorgeous window (and I echo Jane's desire to have that view), and the poem is a new one to me too. So sweet and gentle.

Gina said...

Delightful!

Menopausalmusing said...

A very, very pretty card. Lovely poem too. Lovely watching this project unfold.......

Jee said...

This poem doesn't seem well known, but it's a favourite of mine. Glad you like it.

bad penny said...

Loving the blue shutters & Wysteria hanging above.

Printed Material said...

I'm very fond of R S Thomas Jane and this is a gem. I think your card for Jill is delightful... I had a similar sort of idea but will now have to get back to the drawing board... and quick, as it's my turn next!

Chrissie said...

such a prettily framed view - and lovely poem