Saturday, September 12, 2009

Pink Saturday

I am sorry this is being posted late in the morning but here is a beautiful peacock suncatcher that hangs in a window here by my computer. I found it at Charleston when visiting one of the plantations. These pretty birds lived in their gardens. The dingle-dangles are a pretty pink. Enjoy your weekend and remember to visit other pinks posts at HowSweetTheSound.


5 comments:

♥Mimi♥ said...

L♥ve your pink goodies this week. Just when I think I have enough pink in my life I participate in Pink Saturday and see even more sweet things I’d enjoy having in my home or flowers for my gardens or just to look at☺ What could be better than the color pink dancing in your head all morning?

Thanks so much for sharing. Hoping your weekend is filled with sunshine and the comfort of those you love and who love you.

Country Wings in Phoenix said...

Oh Jennifer!
Happy Pink Saturday. How beautiful is this lovely stained glass piece. It is absolutely stunning. I too would have it hanging somewhere that it would inspire me every time I looked at all of the beautiful colors. Thanks for sharing. I was born in Charelston, SC. Love it! Please stop by and let me share my Pink Saturday with you. Country hugs, Sherry

FancyHorse said...

I love the blue peacock with the pink dingle-dangles! Thank you for commenting on my blog. You've been very busy and productive!

someplace in thyme said...

Oh sweet blogger friend, that looks so lovely. The sun coming thru catches the colors of the peacock and it's gorgeous. Happy Pink Saturday to you, Char
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mythoughtsmyvoice said...

Wow! it is beautiful! The sun rays it catches must produce really beautiful colors. Also like the beads dangling.

I think I've seen a peacock once. I sure would like to see one again. They are just beautiful creatures. And those tails! My! My!

Mizpah,
Li