Tuesday, May 26, 2009

Wordless Wednesday - Salt and Pepper

Today is Wordless Wednesday over at Ms Dixie's French Lique, Texas Blog!


Today's Wordless Wednesday Theme is Salt & Pepper








16 comments:

This simple Life said...

Like Roosters? Fun post

Deb said...

love your salt and pepper shakers...great post

Altered Glass said...

I love your collection... my m-i-l collects salt and pepper shakers and I love supporting her love. Something tells me you picked out your favorites, but there are many more in your lovely home! Thanks for sharing...

The Raggedy Girl said...

You have a wonderful collection and I loved seeing them.

The Raggedy Girl

dana said...

My mom used to have a collection of chicken/rooster S and P shakers. Sure wish I had them now!! I have no idea what she did with them. Yours brought back some sweet memories!

Have a great WW!! Dana

Dixie said...

I know I don't even have to tell you that I LOVE those shakers... ! So funny that we were thinking the same direction...

Happy WW.

Aimee said...

Great collection!

ann said...

er-a- there's been some kind of mistake here.aren't these suppose to be mine???????????????love em.ALL.YIPEEEEE...Ann

Shabby Cottage Collectibles said...

Great rooster salt & pepper shakers! Thanks for sharing, Esther

Bernideen's Tea Time Blog said...

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Terry said...

Hi
Happy Wordless Wednesday .
Fabulous Roosters .
Great photos.
Thank you for sharing today.
You have a wonderful collection.
Have a great week.
Happy Trails

Angela said...

Aren't those the cutest little roosters! I love the one with the eggs that are in the nest. That one is clever!

Rhondi said...

Hi Annie
You sure have a lot of very cute rooster salt and peppers! That's quite a lovely collection.
Rhondi xo

Mimi Sue said...

You've got quite the collection! Love them all. Your hydrangea is gorgeous. They don't do well here in Utah. I miss them. Mimi

Donna Lynn said...

Anne! Love your roosters, the eggs under the hen is just so sweet, I have tons of old vintage roosters, but have never seen that beauty!

Thanks for sharing, I really enjoy each of your posts so much!
XO,
Donna Lynn

Farm Chick Paula said...

Oh, my.... *sigh*... why do you torture me like this, Ann?
LOL

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