Ahhh...something a little more calm in the color department, an old cream bottle from my grandmother's stash. Sutton Farms dairy must have been in Penobscot County. The logo says this: Good Morning. We Are Bringing You Health. ☺ Mighty big claim. They'd not get away with that now!
A blessed weekend to you...
Pretty.....I remember the Wonder Bread commercials that said they were building healthy, strong bodies 12 ways. White, commercial bread. Funny how times have changed.ReplyDelete
Happy weekend to you, too, Vee! Hope it's full of joy and contentment...ReplyDelete
Glad I don't see any snow outside your window. :)
And to you sweet Vee! Enjoy!ReplyDelete
Good morning to you too Vee. A good rainy one here. I love this photo and the old cream bottle with the purple bloom. So sweet. Have a lovely weekend and Mother's Day. xoReplyDelete
Good morning to YOU!!! I hope you and JOhn have a lovely weekend! Thank you for your prayers for Louis Dean! He is MUCH better this morning!!! Wish Y'all could be here on the ranch and enjoy all this color we have down here in Texas!!ReplyDelete
Good Morning Vee. It is so nice to see spring color in your window after the long winter.ReplyDelete
We finally got a good soaking rain yesterday, so I'm off to pull weeds this morning. After my coffee, that is.
How neat to have milk bottles from your grandmother. If only health were as easy as a glass of milk every morning. :D
Wishing you a Happy Mother's Day.
Have a wonderful weekend Vee! Happy Mother's Day!ReplyDelete
What a fun jar (with a bold claim)! :DReplyDelete
I hope your weekend is as cheerful as this picture you've shared with us!
Both sweet-the wee bottle and the flowers!ReplyDelete
I rather like that bold claim .. sort of "Good Morning! I wish you well!" Love the bottle and the delicate blooms. Besides, I love purple! Have a lovely weekend.ReplyDelete
I love old milk bottles and have a few above my fridge....I need to put some flowers in them. Good morning my friend! Enjoy your day! Happy Mother's day! Hugs!ReplyDelete
Oh so pretty. Happy Mother's Day!! BlessingsReplyDelete
Gorgeous photo! Happy Mother's Day!ReplyDelete
What a lovely photo! I love the old cream bottle! Happy Mother's Day.ReplyDelete
Color is mighty good, but less is also calming to the eyes.ReplyDelete
May God grant to good health,
Happy Mothers Day,
I am seriously hooked on your window and its sil......of course the photography is wonderful, as always. Have a blessed and happy Mother's Day, Vee. xoReplyDelete
That is so simple but very pretty.ReplyDelete
I have a bottle collection and many say neat little things on them. I'll have to do a post on the one day.
Good afternoon from me, just back from a garden club tea. I'm wondering if the discussion has been going on at your home too about why humans continue to drink milk after weaning, and from another species? I've been reading about this and our two daughters are in on the discussion, I don't know what to think about it.ReplyDelete
Would this be be a good blog topic you want to throw out?
Probably not. I think milk is mighty tasty. Besides, I also eat meat of another species. LOL! I'll be happy to read what you have to say about it, though.Delete
"If I had the room ..." [a frequent statement of mine] ... there would be shelves of the same in our home. I like old glass objects. As to milk itself, unfortunately, I'm lactose intolerant, so, it wouldn't bring me very good health. I've discovered unsweetened Almond Milk and been refraining from dairy whenever possible. Makes me feel much better. I do splurge on pizza occasionally but have to get medicated beforehand. Plus, dairy tends to make one fat. I really need to slim down ... [like THAT will ever happen ...] *lol* ~:)ReplyDelete
And to you!!! Have a wonderful Mom's Day Vee.... Hugs.ReplyDelete
So simple and so pretty. Love the blue. Happy Mother's Day, Vee.ReplyDelete
Such a sweet & feminine photo! Your header is lovely. Have a wonderful mom's day and thank you for the visit!ReplyDelete
Love this! Simple, with a homey elegance that just can't be topped. Happy Mother's Day, Vee!ReplyDelete
Pretty collectibles Vee. Happy mom's day to you :)ReplyDelete
Lovely image! Happy Mother's Day! Wishing you a great week ahead!ReplyDelete
Oh, and old-fashioned grape hyacinths. They always remind me of my maternal grandmother. She was wonderful and, because of her, I love flowers.ReplyDelete
Lovely Vee, this brought back a memory for me, I remember as a young girl finding these grape hyacinths growing wild under the clothesline, I always stopped and picked a few. Thanks for the memory.ReplyDelete
I almost forgot, I want to personally wish you a very Happy Mother's Day!ReplyDelete
Love those little grape hyacinths! We had snow today--crazy Colorado weather!ReplyDelete
I've sure enjoyed catching up with you! Your photography keeps getting better and better Vee. Thanks so much for stopping by and your sweet comment. Hope you had a great Mothers Day with your family.ReplyDelete
Blessings, Edie Marie
I love that photo, Vee. Thanks for capturing the simplicity. I hope you had a blessed Mother's Day. xoReplyDelete
I second Kitty's thoughts. I was thinking the same exact thing!ReplyDelete
Hope that your Mother's Day was wonderful!
I love the graphics on those old bottles! It sure looks cute with those grape hyacinths inside :>)ReplyDelete
I love the grape hyacinths Vee.ReplyDelete
I'm looking for some to plant for Spring and they are so hard to find here.
I've also asked about the old fashioned cream freesia that had the most beautiful fragrance - but no, it appears they only have the coloured mixed bulbs now... that's progress for you!