A little confusion and a lot of Valentine love!

In case you're wondering where my One World, One Heart post is: there was a little confusion over the start date.  I was all ready to go this morning when I saw Lisa's blog post which says the event begins AFTER midnight PST on tonight, Sunday -- i.e., 12:01 a.m. on 1/31/11.  So, stay tuned for my OWOH giveaway to post here technically tomorrow morning!  I can hardly wait -- it's a favorite time of the year for me and blogging!

Don't worry -- it will be worth the wait!
That wonderful antique postcard was part of the fun and gorgeous Valentine surprise I received from Linda Sue that I was telling you about the other day:
Isn't she spectacular?!
I love her birdie banner that spells out "Love"!

And, Linda Sue made her with brads so she can kick up her heels!  And she does, often, because it makes me smile!
I adore how she created her with paper and pure genius!
But then, Linda Sue is like that!
She added paper ephemera, and this absolutely wonderful-smelling lavender purse sachet!
Which is now hanging in my purple downstairs powder room!  Isn't she wonderful?!

I'm off to breakfast with a friend and then an antiques show -- woo hoo!  Happy Sunday morning to you and please remember to come back bright and early tomorrow for my OWOH surprises!


Bunty said…
You're not the only one who got the OWOH time wrong! I posted mine this morning and have just had an email back from Lisa telling me that I am hours too early and she cannot accept my post! I have therefore had to change it to draft and will have to sync posting it until it has gone midnight Pacific Standard Time, USA!

Hope your breakfast with a friend was enjoyable. Love your goodies by the way!


Anonymous said…
Oh I cannot wait to see your OWOH post. I did not participate but this is my first year blogging and I just love these kinds of things.

What wonderful valentines you received from your blogging friend!

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