Friday, August 29, 2014

September Kitchen Window

September...a lovely month. My kitchen window this month is full of so many of my favorite things.

Shooner redware,  old bittersweet vine, feathers, a couple of early tin cookie cutters...and a string of tiny amber rice lights to add just a little twinkle.

Polka dotted Shooner salt with a tin lid...I love anything with dots. 

When your front yard is home to two very old, very large live oaks, acorns are part of the landscape...inside and out. This early tin cookie cutter is a good five inches high.

An early tin squirrel cookie cutter and lots of polka dots.

A window to welcome the change of seasons...


Thank you for the well wishes on my last post. Frozen shoulder can last up to thirty months, but I'm trying to stay positive. I'm doing my exercises and keeping heat on it. Putting all my effort into getting this over with as soon as possible. It's wicked.

Wishing you all a wonderful weekend...stay safe...make some memories.

Enjoy the day,


  1. Robyn, I just love your September window! I am waiting anxiously for a drop in temperature here in Arizona. But in the meantime I think I'll settle for some indoor changes =) Thank you so much for sharing!


  2. Your window is just wonderful. Just perfect for the upcoming month of September! The lights make it even better. Your pottery is delightful!


  3. I think this is my favorite month so far! Redware is my first love and your collection is stunning! Love the old tin, acorns and feathers too! Thank you so much for sharing and inspiring!

  4. Your September window display is SPECTACULAR.
    Speedy recovery on that frozen shoulder. Get sweet Annie to kiss it better.

  5. Such a beautiful window this month. I love all your Shooner pieces! Hope that shoulder heals up quickly -- definitely more quickly than 30 months. Yikes!

  6. You have such wonderful items to display, love that acorn tin cutter! Hope your shoulder gets better soon!

  7. PERFECTION! You always have just the right mix. I know how awful those shoulder injuries can be, I hurt mine sewing a binding on a wool quilt. It took me several months to figure out I could not cure it myself (I was a nurse in my first life). Finally I gave in and went to therapy! All is well now and thank God punching did not irritate it. Hang in there it taks time.

  8. a warm welcoming September window.....well wishes for continued healing.

  9. Beautiful! I love polka dots too especially on redware!

  10. Robyn ~
    I look forward to your window every month. This month is truly lovely. Perhaps my favorite.
    I so hope you can heal quickly!
    Hugs :)

  11. Oh Robyn, always enjoy your monthly window displays. Looks so warm and inviting with the glow of the lights, great treasures you put together. Hope you feel better soon, Hi Sweet Annie, Hugs Francine.

  12. Love your kitchen window arrangement, so charming. I'm so drawn to the colors of autumn.
    Yes, my orthopedist told me that some frozen shoulders can take three years (YIKES!) but mine took about a year in total. I was a nincompoop though and suffered with it for a few months before going to the doctor, not knowing what it was and thinking it would get better on its own. I think I went to PT for about 8 months and then I was fine. The exercises really do work.
    Thinking of you, hoping you get relief very soon.

  13. Spectacular! goes for the window and everything in it. It is absolutely gorgeous

  14. Breathtaking display! What a wonderful collection of redware! Thanks for sharing!