Sunday, February 7, 2010

Mosaic Monday


Hello and welcome to my Mosaic Monday.The above mosaic is some of my grandchildren enjoying some winter fun.



Some Island winter scenes.



Little Lila turned one year old on Friday-she wasn't feeling the best so I am hoping to get more photos when she is well again. It is hard to believe a year has gone by already -She makes me smile just looking at her!



I found this cute little Ralph Lauren smocked dress at a thrift shop and I couldn't wait to see it on Jessie,our 41/2 year old granddaughter. She came for a visit today and we set up for a little tea party. She is a good little model so I captured lots of pictures of her.


Well, we missed another snowstorm this weekend but I see where lots of you got a freshly painted winter wonderland. Speaking of painting our living room is getting a makeover so I will share pictures later when it is done.


There is lots to see at Mary's beautiful Little Red House so enjoy all the lovely mosaics.


Thank you for visiting,


Carolyn

34 comments:

Joyce said...

Your grands are gorgeous! I like the little smocked dress find but the model really makes the dress:) Stay warm up there.
Joyce

podso said...

The photos of the grandchildren are so sweet, as are your mosaics. And of course i love the winter scenes! I miss those kind of houses down here in the south.

Susan Wicker said...

Oh Carolyn, what absolutely beautiful little grandchildren. Oh, your heart must be SO filled with love for them. All the photos on your post today are just great. Sincerely, Susan from writingstraightfromtheheart.blogspot.com

Cottage Rose said...

OH how adorable your grand kids are... they are just so cute.. they sure were have a fun time in the snow... love the grand girls photos,, so sweet and beautiful... have a great week.

Hugs;
Alaura

g.suzie said...

Beautiful grandkids, aren't they just the best 'photo opps' ever!
Your mosaics are adorable. . .I really like your header too!

Debbie said...

Oh you really captured your little grannies. They are both so sweet looking. Hope the little one is feeling better soon. Glad you missed the storm, hope that spring visits us soon.

Debbie said...

Those are wonderful!!~

LENNU said...

Beautiful little grandchildren!
Lovely the winter scenes.
Warm greetings, Lennu!

Mari @ Once Upon a Plate said...

Such darling, darling children. You are so blessed Carolyn. I'm so happy you share!

I hope sweet 1 year old Lila is feeling much better today. (Happy Birthday Dear Lila!)

The smocked dress stole my heart, and you have the perfect model.

You've captured it all so beautifully. What a fine treat to come visit your blog. xo ~m

Mimi said...

HI!!!!
The one year old is so darling and the older grand daughter in her darling smocked dress is just a sweetie too!!!! I think your Mosaics are lovely!!!!
Love the white stuff as we get none ever!!!!
hugs,
jamie

Kathy said...

Your grandchildren and simply beautiful, Carolyn, as are your wonderful photos. Have a beautiful new week...Kathy

Sherry said...

What fabulous pictures! Grandchildren are just beautiful! Just love the tea party!!!

Jackie said...

Morning Carolyn

Your grandchildren are beautiful, so very photogenic.Sorry to hear the little one was a little under the weather, hope she will be ok very soon, is she teething?

The snow scenes are wonderful.

Thank you for sharing, have a great week, Jackie in UK

eileeninmd said...

Your grandchildren are just SO adorable. And it looks they they are having fun enjoying the snow.
I the little is feeling better soon.

Thoughtfully blended hearts said...

What beautiful children...made a perfect subject for your beautiful mosaic!!!

Laurie Anne said...

Such precious grandbabies! Your photos make me wish I could jump into them and be a part of such a beautiful world that is yours :)
Thank you for always making me smile and dream... xx

Madelief said...

Hi Carolyn,

You have beautiful granddaughters!! Jessie looks like she is modelling for a magazine. There is still a lot of snow on your island! Beautiful blue skies though. I didn't know that it was so hilly either. It looks a bit like England!! Hope I can visit one day :-)

Happy evening!

Lieve groet, Madelief

GardenofDaisies said...

Children sure know ho w to have fun, no matter what the weather! Your grandchildren are adorable!
I like the pictures of the colorful houses in the snow.

Deanna said...

Dear Carolyn, Your pics are so sweet of sweet subject matters!!!

It's gently snowing here in Kansas and I'm getting in the mood for Spring.

God Bless,
d

Lavender Cottage said...

Sweet grandchildren Carolyn.
We're basking in sunshine here today although it's still cold. They're calling for more snow tonight.

essemia said...

Beautiful pictures and beautiful girls. She looked great in that dress your granddaughter, and I hope Lila is much better now.

Hope you're having a great day.
Love Elzie

Shelia said...

Hi Carolyn! Oh, what gorgeous mosaics and I love so seeing your precious little grands! I'm sure you enjoy them so much. My time is coming.
Be a sweetie,
Shelia ;)

KATHY said...

Hi carolyn, your grandchildren are just beautiful!!The winter scenes are so pretty.Another big snowstorm is coming are way in new jersey. I can't wait for spring...Kathy

Eileen said...

I love your mosaics! The two best picture subjects as far as I am concerned...grandchildren and winter.

Sanna said...

Hi Carolyn,

Lovely new header you have. Your grandchildren are so cute and the dress too. I like your mosaic of winter scenes around the island.

Have a nice day,
Sanna

Sandi@ My Yellow Door said...

Your little ones are so cute, Carolyn! Wonderful pictures!

Blessings,
Sandi

June said...

Your grandchildren are so beautiful Carolyn. Everytime you post photos of them I can actually get a sense of how you adore them. They must just love coming to your house. Your pictures of them are always so gorgeous!
It doesn't seem that you have as much snow this year as last year. Is that so? We haven't had near the snowfall we usually have. The storms just keep going around us and when they do come we only get a couple of inches. We are used to feet.
My dried hydrangeas that I have been showing on my blog are the limelight, and depending on when I pick them, (which can be tricky for drying, as you know)determines their color. Several posts back I I did a post of them after they had froze on the bush and they were a brownish and sepia toned bloom. I love all my varieties of hydrangeas, but my faves for drying are the limelight.
Enjoy your catalogues. I usually don't buy through the catalogues, but go to their websights for what's new for the year.
hugs
hugs

32˙North said...

Charming, all! Thanks for a glimpse of your corner of the world - lovely!

KarenHarveyCox said...

Such beautiful grandchildren, and the island looks as amazing in winter as it does in summer. Lovely mosaics.
Karen

Valerie said...

what lovely and precious children.
The mosaics are nice too!

Maria said...

Your vintery scenes looks so peaceful and your grandchildren are so cute, happy valentines and thanks for stopping by.

Lynne (lynnesgiftsfromtheheart) said...

Your grandchildren are adorable. There's nothing like grandchildren. The dress is precious... hugs ~lynne~

Miss Gracie's House said...

They *all* made me smile...
Rene'

Islandsparrow said...

Lila looks sweet even sick. hope she`s better soon - and Jessie looks adorable - what a great find.

Isn`t the snow beautfiul - now for some sun - I`m sure you`ll be out with the camera too :)