Tuesday Treasures (I know it is Wednesday) I am a day late….Clare is hosting this fun little event…this is going to stir up lots of memories I think…. thanks Clare……..So this is my first little treasure…..Her name is “Cupid” and she was given to my by my Great Grandma Hawley when I was born so this little girl is over 52 years old…….My great grandma passed away when I was still very little, so I do not remember her at all…..just check out her poor little fingers, I must have been a little hungry one day….LOL…and her grubby little hands……….so this is the first of my treasures…..why not pop over and sign up with Clare …..
It has been so cold…..this is what has been greeting me the past few mornings…..”frost” and they have been huge……bring on the heat……
take care Peg…:>)….
Goodmorning Peg, here is it almost goodnight thuesday evening;-))ReplyDelete
What a lovely little doll. It very special to have a doll that has been yours your hole life.
I loved your clam shells setting in your previous post. May I ask what is going to become, just wondering....
What a cute little doll with chewed fingers ;-)ReplyDelete
When I read on Aussie blogs that it was COLD I thought it would be relatively cold at at least 12 C for we never experienced lower temps in NSW. Now I can see from your photos that it is really cold. Unblievable. The world is changing upside down.
Awwww, love your dolly!!! I was a bit late posting my Treasure too ... I must remember to be on time next week lol.ReplyDelete
Awwww. brings back memories of our Royal Show, as a little girl, my dad would buy me a doll like this on a stick..ReplyDelete
It's cold here too Peg, never known it to be so cold!
Oh Peg, what a memory! I have two of these dolls. They are actually at my mother's house and I really must rescue them. I don't know who gave them to me but they have been around for as long as I can remember. They really are special. Thanks for sharing and reminding me.ReplyDelete
I remember those dolls Peg and what a lovely way to think of your Great Grandmother. Very cold here as well.ReplyDelete
Your cupie doll looks very well loved!ReplyDelete
Oh Peg what a treasure.....so darling! I can't believe I forgot all about this. *smacks head*ReplyDelete
Love your treasure Peg !Thanks for playing along !ReplyDelete
Love your treasure Peg and I used to have one of those dolls...I wonder what happened to it :) Hugs VickiReplyDelete
When I read of Tuesday Treasures I immediately thought of my Golly. I will share next week. It is amazing how many of us have valued a doll among our prized possessions. Your cupid is obviously much loved. We have also been getting the huge frosts here. Hopefully it will warm up a bit soon.ReplyDelete
Also, I have posted my OPAM finishes in my sidebar. My computer screen has died, so I can't access my email to send to you.
What a lovely little doll! She really is a treasure, thankyou for sharing her with us. I doubt you would find another one like her these days!ReplyDelete
I sent off your pins today, I hope they arrive safely. And boy it looks cold there! I'm so glad I live in the tropics!
Love the Cupie doll - looks pretty cold there right now tooReplyDelete
What an adorable doll -- how great to have such memories.ReplyDelete
I shivered at the sight of the frost! Hope it warms up for you soon.
I Love the Cupie doll! They were one of my favorites as a child!ReplyDelete
Oh Boy memories it does..remember the cupie dolls with the dresses on a stick... from the Easter Show..use to love them..ReplyDelete
Your doll is adorable.ReplyDelete
Wow, frost! Not something I'd be expecting to hear from someone in Australia.
What a cute doll, and what lovely memories. Beautiful frosty pictures..... good reason to be indoors stitching!ReplyDelete