because of its golden-butter color. I brought it home and planted
some springtime flowers in it: purple/yellow violas and pink petunias.
The pictures of my children were taken by a dear friend at Kate Session's Park.
I placed the bunny on a dresser draped with burlap along side a pink
English transferware plate depicting "Gov. Langdon Mansion Where
George Washington Was Entertained. Portsmouth, N.H."
I collect pink transferware but this one is extra special because "Langdon"
is a family name for my children on their other side. Who knows?
Governor Langdon may have been a distant relative of their's.
You can see the Governor's Mansion a little better here - just above a bee.
I seem to be naturally drawn to things with bees. This is a beeswax
candle stuck with a metal bee. The silk flowers to the left were
leftover from my Easter tablescape here
Just behind the bunny are another two beeswax candles stuck
with two more bees. I bought these candles and bee sticks
separately and quite possibly both at Home Goods.
The plants are outdoor plants so I don't expect them to last very long.
ping my bunny will last and be pretty to look at until Easter.
Then I will transfer the plants outside to the garden where I'm sure
they will be happier and among their favorite bees!
I will be joining some new (to me!) parties this week.
I hope you check them out!
Seasonal Sundays over at The Tablescaper
The Bunny Blog Hop beginning April 2 over at French Country Cottage
Tabletop Tuesday over at A Stroll Thru Life
Thanks for visiting me and I wish all of you a
Very Happy Easter!