Sep 3, 2010


Hi Pinkies! Another Pink Saturday hosted by Beverly. What would we do without Pink Saturday? It just seems to make everything better. It makes me feel normal, in a very un-normal time for me. I have been busy this week learning how to make myself bleed to get my sugar numbers. I have not gone to classed yet, that happens next week. Right now, I am a human pin cushion. I continue to ask for your prayers, thank you!

This week I thought I would show you some items I have pick up recently at Estate sales. My Mother and I have been visiting them lately. I am only going to show you the "pinks", I will save the rest for later. This first picture looks like it is original. I love the pretty pink roses on her hat.

The next oval frame is part of a set. The other had too much glare to post, but you can see how pretty it is. I believe this set, I am going to sell on Ebay, because I have not found a place for them.

I just love this cup and the lady next to it. I believe the lady is a Poppytrail! The colors are so pretty and the price was right $1.49 each. You can't get better than that! This next picture is of a Lefton Lamp and an Egg. I think they will look beautiful at Easter time. Hopely I will keep these. I am not sure yet, still thinking about it.

Hope you have a wonderful three day weekend. I am going to try and catch up with my visitors from Tuesday. Don't worry ladies, I will visit everyone. I don't want to miss one tea cup.

Don't forget to let me know if you want to be a part of the give away. I will be ending it on my birthday, September 23rd. This last picture is the plate I am going to give away! Blessings, Martha


Tete said...

You always have such pretty pinks!
Hugs- Tete

Olivia said...

Oh I love your pretty pinks, especially the plate. Your blog looks beautiful,

Denise@alloverroses said...

Martha you always have the most beautiful treasures to share with us. Your home must be amazing! This is my first Pink Saturday. Yours is my first stop! Have a wonderful weekend.

Elaine said...

I adore the green plate with the roses...althought the other plates are pretty too, the green one is my favorite.
Have a safe weekend and enjoy

Susan said...

Lovely, lovely, lovey, Martha.Susan

Angela Richardson said...

Hi Martha,
What pretty plates, I love them. Being a human pin cushion is no fun I'm sure.
Cheer yourself up and pop over and see my first 'Giveaway'

Tammy@T's Daily Treasures said...

Hi Martha, such sweet finds you have stumbled upon.

Sorry to hear about your diabetes. My aunt and Gwen have the same problem. I can't imagine pricking myself every day. I have to turn my head when I need a shot. Hope the classes help you with feeling comfortable with the process. The best thing for sugar problems is walking. In fact, walking daily seems to cure a whole host of ailments.

Sending prayers and good wishes your way. :) Tammy xoxoxox

Debbie-Dabble Blog and A Debbie-Dabble Christmas said...

Martha, You are always in my prayers, dear!
I love everything you have showed us here today but i am sure that you know my favorite is the lady with the hat!! LOVE IT!!


Anonymous said...

Martha...i know what you are going thru...when i was in ICU (GBS from flu shot) and came out of coma...the nurses were sticking me 5 x daily. seems the high doses of medication they were giving me, among other things, sent my sugar on a roller coaster...i didn't have diabetes before...but i had it when i woke took weeks, even when i came home, to get BACK 2 NORMAL...but i remember crying and telling them i didn't want to do this...they did give me the PEN version of the needle which made it easier...hang in there sweetie.

It gets better ~ God blesses the people who patiently endure testing. Afterward they will receive the crown of life that God has promised to those who love Him...James 1:12


mo said...

Hi Martha, I love your little teacup in the fourth photo. It is divine. *hugs & petals*

Unknown said...

G'morn, Martha ~ Your home must be like a museum. I envy you the plates, they are gorgeous.

Have a beautiful & safe holiday weekend.
TTFN ~ Hugs, Marydon

Rebecca said...

The second pic is my fav-love the lady pose

Dogmom Diva said...

Hi Martha, what beautiful pinks you have today, I love the green plate with the pink roses...yummy!

Hope you get your blood sugars under control..its a new learning curve!

Happy P.S.!


Terri said...

Hello dear Martha, Your estate sale finds are beautiful! How do you do it???
I love the tea cup and saucer you found too. Very nice!
I hope that you have a really good long weekend.

Jenny said...

Hi Martha, what lovely finds you have. I am always intrigued to see what find you will post next.


Unknown said...

So pretty pinks today Martha!

Happy Pink Saturday!

Virginia said...

Your pinks are as pretty as your teacups.
You take care, and don’t lose sight of just how big, powerful, and loving our God is...
He is watching over you.

Draffin Bears said...

Dear Martha,

You are much in my thoughts dear friend, so sorry for all you are going through at this time. I really hope that the classes will help you. I will keep you in my prayers.
Love the first two pretty plates, they are really gorgeous and my favourite colours.

I hope that you are having a lovely long weekend

Unknown said...

What charming finds! Sorry to hear about all the poking - but "think pink" and it will make you feel better!

Patti said...

Your plates are beautiful...and what a cute little lambie.

I am continuing to pray for you. Hope you're experiencing God's peace and guidance.


Anonymous said...

Pretty plates, I love them!