Ode to Mothers -- Poetry for Mothers Day @ the Library

Posted on Thursday, May 9, 2013 by LaurenJoan

mother and baby Mother and Child by: Agnes Ethelwyn Wetherald (1857–1940) I saw a mother holding  Her play-worn baby son, Her pliant arms enfolding  The drooping little one. Her lips were made of sweetness,  And sweet the eyes above; With infantile completeness  He yielded to her love. And I who saw the heaving  Of breast to dimpling cheek, Have felt, within, the weaving  Of thoughts I cannot speak; . . . more »

Ode to Mothers -- Poetry for Mothers Day @ the Library

Posted on Thursday, May 9, 2013 by LaurenJoan

mother and baby Mother and Child by: Agnes Ethelwyn Wetherald (1857–1940) I saw a mother holding  Her play-worn baby son, Her pliant arms enfolding  The drooping little one. Her lips were made of sweetness,  And sweet the eyes above; With infantile completeness  He yielded to her love. And I who saw the heaving  Of breast to dimpling cheek, Have felt, within, the weaving  Of thoughts I cannot speak; . . . more »

A Very Vintage Easter - Off We GO!

Posted on Friday, March 29, 2013 by LaurenJoan

young girl carrying Easter basket and holding bouquet of purple flowers The beauty of springtime, delicate blossoms, green hills covered in mustard flowers, colored eggs hidden in the garden... a chicken riding a bike... ...with a wagon full of Easter Eggs... ahhh, the good old days -- they are a part of forever spring.... ...so hitch up your chick (or bunny) to your egg wagon... or set sail in your egg boat upon a pea-green sea... . . . more »

A Very Vintage Easter - Off We GO!

Posted on Friday, March 29, 2013 by LaurenJoan

young girl carrying Easter basket and holding bouquet of purple flowers The beauty of springtime, delicate blossoms, green hills covered in mustard flowers, colored eggs hidden in the garden... a chicken riding a bike... ...with a wagon full of Easter Eggs... ahhh, the good old days -- they are a part of forever spring.... ...so hitch up your chick (or bunny) to your egg wagon... or set sail in your egg boat upon a pea-green sea... . . . more »

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