For this week’s Friday Favorites I’d like to show you a little collection of mine that began with a gift.
It was Christmas 2001 and after the turmoil that had occurred in the world during the autumn of that year, we received this gift with the message that it would renew hope for a bright future.
She is appropriately named: “The Angel of Peace”
The gift really struck a chord with us and somehow seemed very soothing after the previous weeks of uncertainty that so many of us had been through.
I had never seen the resin sculptures of Susan Lordi before that time, and I’m not sure if it was because the first one meant so much to us, or if I would have been drawn to them anyway, but after that Christmas, I began to notice them in stores and found myself charmed by them.
Now, I’m at the point where I have several, and I’m out of shelf space to display any more! These are the ones that make us smile here at our house . . .
We bought this for our anniversary one year . . .
My daughter gave me this one for a Christmas gift . . .
I had to buy this for Sir Beads-a-Lot . . .
As a kid, I spent most of my summers at the beach . . .
I couldn’t resist this one – she seemed perfect to display during summer and fall!
By the way, if you’re ever out shopping and you happen to see me lingering over a display of these little sculptures, please grab me by the arm and remind me that I have no more shelf space, ok? Thanks! 🙂
Do you ever have to remind yourself that you don’t need more of “something”?