Tuesday, November 6, 2012

...one lone turkey

           Tina Woltman pinkeep....stitched by Tina's own little fingers

Just wanted to echo what so many are saying today...VOTE...it's your civic duty!

Did you know that The American Red Cross takes Paypal? Can't stop thinking about all those suffering  as a result of Sandy...every little bit helps.

The American Red Cross....New Orleans

Enjoy the day,


  1. Hello Robyn...My thoughts and prayers are also with those who have been affected by Sandy, and thanks for letting us know that The Red Cross accepts paypal!!

    That lone little turkey is fortunate to have gone to such a loving and caring family!!! I also want to say that I love your little Turkey andy container collection...I love mine as well!


  2. Your lone little turkey is a beautiful work of art and looks like he belongs just where he is.
    I must try your orange pomanders. They look so nice. I dehydrated lemon and orange slices several years ago and they still have a nice sent when I open my hutch. I even forgot to take them out this fall.

    I agree that everyone should cast their vote.


  3. Hello Robyn....sweet Turkey pin keep.....love those dried oranges, not to sure how to dry them like that?????? Hope everyone goes to vote today.......Bless the Red Cross for all they do, so sad........ Blessings Francine.

  4. Robyn ~
    Love your turcock!!! Very sweet. Lori's watercolor is super. She is so talented.
    You just have the most wonderful stuff.
    I voted!!!
    Hugs :)

  5. Lucky you to own some of Tina's workwomanship....wonderful piece.... And love the Red Cross display....

    Truly hoping that photo of the flag by your house wasn't taken recently....it would throw me into fits of depression as we have "white stuff" here on the grounds.... :o(

    Smiles & Hugs ~ Robin

  6. PS...Ha!! That turkey is wearing a witch's hat...just noticed...(duh!) Now I'm in absolute love!! ;o)

  7. I just love that little turkey pinkeep, Robyn! Your photos, as always, are inspiring, as is your generosity and concern for those struggling in the wake of Sandy ~ thank you!