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Sunday, April 7, 2013

Blue Monday

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My blues are not the greatest, but will have to do.  Going to have to "shake the bushes" more for something better.  Just a speck of blue will have to do this week.
My family had an old churn but it was not a pretty blue.  I have churned many a pound of butter.

May today be a gift you will always treasure
 

15 comments:

Pat @ Mille Fiori Favoriti said...

I'm sure hand churned butter tastes so good! Happy Blue Monday!

lina@happy family said...

I've never tasted hand churned butter. Interesting blues!

SmilingSally said...

Hand churned . . . now, that's work!

Thanks for sharing these blues.

Happy Blue Monday, La Voice.

Diana Taylor said...

I love those little toadstools - they are so cute!
I bet churning butter was hard work - I like the churn, very rustic looking and it would look great in an old farmhouse.
Happy Blue Monday!

jeanne, backyard neighbor said...

Good morning LV, I like your toadstools and you always find something fun to share in every post. I too have to shake the bushes these days for blue. I have very little blue in my home. I do have a blue and yellow bedroom in our cabin. I have shared it more than once though.

Churning butter is something my mom did on our dairy farm long ago. My son has her old churn. It is a treasure and he loves antiques. When I sold antiques for a few years my card had a pic of my mom's old churn.

Have a wonderful and happy day.
Love,
Jeanne

acreativeharbor.com said...

Delightful photos of blue gems for HBM ^_^ ~ Enjoy .

Karen said...

Oh, I love those glass mushrooms LV!

Sarah ~ Magnolias Attic said...

Oh my, churning butter surely builds up the biceps! Cute mushrooms too!

bj said...

I churned a few times and thought it was fun....hahhaa...my mama had me fooled into thinking all housekeeping, cooking and such, was just plain fun. Of course, when I got about 10, I realized she was fooling me. :))

Ann said...

That little blue churner looks very pretty, I thought it would be more like a wooden bucket. It must have been hard work, but rewarding.

Anni said...

How interesting, I've only seen wooden churners before! Like your bluespotted one!

Ann said...

My Mom talks of Grandma hand churning--boy am I thankful for todays methods. Sorry you have missed my posts lately, been posting a lot on ABC Wed. Hope you are doing good.
Ann

Joy H said...

This week I had to go with my husbands Tshirt for the blue..hahaha.
I love those little glass mushrooms would love to find some for our garden.

SwedishCorner ~ DownUnder...Pernilla said...

Happy Blue Monday! Home made butter is the best :)
Autumn greetings from Australia♥ ~Pernilla

Annesphamily said...

You are one interesting gal Ms. LV! I learn so much from you! Love catching up with you today! Hugs Anne