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21 June 2012

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The Dutch Girl

My mom used to have quite the collection of tiny vases to hold all the really short stemmed flowers we kids picked for her. I should get some too, now that I have a daughter of my own. I mostly use shot glasses. Happy weekend!

Hannah

My mama did as well.. still does.. in her kitchen window.. and some of them were indeed shot glasses! I love her kitchen window sill!

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Lisa Sall

Oh, this post gave me goose bumps and a lump in my throat! What a treasured story! You definitely need to print this one out and keep it in a scrapbook (along with some of those flowers dried!!) Love all the vases you've been collecting to showcase the prized flowers!
The plums in his pocket is the BEST!! Have a great day, Little Eli Too!!
So happy you shared with Farm Fresh FRiday!!

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