Sunday, 11 April 2010

12th April.

A taste of Spring in Normandy for Mary's Mosaic Monday @ the little red house and in memory of my Dad, can it really be two years now since we said goodbye, a mosaic featuring his favourite flowers, daffodils.
I'm also linking to Tracey's Weekly Words to Live By meme @ Notes From A Cottage Industry.

If you have only one smile in you give it to the people you love.
Maya Angelou.

Do try and visit Mary & Tracey if you get the chance, I know you'll enjoy visiting both of these great blogs.

Hope you all have a great week.


  1. Both beautiful mosaics Maggie. LOve them

  2. Beautiful mosaics and a beautiful sentiment.

  3. Spring! Both beautiful mosaics!
    I like it!
    Happy Mosaic Monday..Luna

  4. What a nice tribute to your Dad Maggie. Beautiful photos too.

  5. How true that quote is. So often we save the best of ourselves for strangers.
    Lovely photos, all!

  6. You are so like your father, Maggie

    What a lovely post !

  7. A lovely tribute to your father and a taste of your Normandy..a place I shall visit one day.
    We were in France a few summers ago but were in the Alsace region and Paris.

  8. Hi Maggie,

    I love your mosaics...especially the livestock. I used to own a herd of Nubian and Saanen dairy goats..I milked twice a day and made fresh artisan cheeses.

    Thanks so much coming over for a visit. To answer your question about barkcloth I'm leaving a link for you to can explain it much better than I can. :0)

    Have a wonderful day...

    Stephanie ♥

  9. Love the pics and the quote. Sometimes I do feel like I only have one smile in me!

  10. Beautiful mosaics and I loved the tribute to your father.
    Have a wonderful week.

  11. Such a serene mosaic with the lambs... My grandmother loved daffodils too. And my daughter.

  12. Love those spring-time photos, makes me want to go outside!

  13. I love your mosaics. I've got to try one one day. Thanks for your very sweet visit to my tablescape. Your daffs are so pretty.

  14. You are all really amazing with these mosaics. They are like little jewels.

    Just wonderful!

  15. How did I miss this beautiful post. Love seeing a photo of your dad, Maggie. What a sweet tribute to him.


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