It's Wednesday and a lot is going on in Blogland. I decided to get busy so I can join 3 of the events. I hope you don't get tired of my post because it is kinda long. I will start with Wordless Wednesday, hosted by Dixie at http://frenchlique.blogspot.com/, so I can rest my vocal chords since I will be doing a lot of talking later. LOL! Please visit Dixie's blog and check out what she is being quiet about today and then visit everybody else who are participating.
For my contribution, I would like to share all the crafts that I created for my youngest daughter Tina's wedding. I sewed the 3 flower girl gowns from scratch, made their hair dresses and baskets, made the coin and ring bearer's pillows, created all the bouquets, corsage and boutonnieres, birdcage for cards, centerpieces (2 kinds: roses on tall vases and candle lanterns) and wedding favors. (ooops, forgot to upload a picture). Now, I can keep mum!
Now, for Outdoor Wednesday, hosted by Susan at http://asoutherndaydreamer.blogspot.com/, I would like to share our crabbing experience in Florida. Please visit Susan and all the others who are participating and let's all have an outdoor fun!
My hubby John, and his daughter Heather and I went to the Anclote River one summer. At first, the crab just kept getting away but after a while, I got the hang of it and I was scooping out those babies left and right. John and Heather did not get a lot. They need more practice...LOL!
but they got to pose with the ones I caught:-)
Here they are!
We steamed and ate them. Yummy!
Wanna see more? I promise this is the last, LOL! What's on Your Wall Wednesday is hosted by Barb at http://gritsglamour.blogspot.com/. You've got to visit Barb and enjoy her blog to see all her neat ideas of transforming simple items creatively and enjoy her home decor. She is a very talented Southerner.We have 2 originally signed lithographs by Salvador Dali (1904-1989), a Spaniard artist who experimented with nearly all known media from sculpture to literature to painting. We have both of them hanging in the game portion of our family room. This particular one is titled "Mad Tea Party". There are 500 of these and ours is #273.
Here's his signature.