That picture is very quaint! It's beautiful.
i love it! quite quaint indeed...
Not my thing but very quaint
Oh yes! lying back on the pillows playing with my parrot. I do it everyday! don't you?!
I like your header too, your child picture of you riding the horse too, Coralie. Would that be the house? I was born in an old Nebraska farm house and rode a horse to high school my first two years. The house was a late 1800's o ne but was torn down by the new owners last fall.My "Q" word was "Queen" rinding in her carriage but I didn't get the horses...
Lindsey and I absolutely love illustrations from this era. This one is beautiful. Thanks for sharing. Twyla
Where did you get this picture? Its fascinating.
We had books when we were kids that had these kinds of illustrations. I wish I had one of them.
I like that word. I remember, years ago, that a man in Pennsylvania told me that he liked Canadians because they were 'so quaint'. And I thought I was rather sophisticated!
Very quaint indeed. And charming, too.=)
That is a really neat piece of clip art!I can hear the bird now, "Polly wanna a cracker?"So cute!And definitely quaint!Thanks for linking.A+
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