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Sunday, February 22, 2015

Scored A Hyacinth Glass

Yesterday, my wonderful hubby and I were browsing our local Habitat for Humanity ReStore for something entirely different (which we didn't find) when I spotted a hyacinth glass.  WH liked the color.  Home it came.


Today, we are inside waiting for it to stop snowing which will mean we need to go out and shovel snow.  Hope you have a warm place today.

14 comments:

  1. What a great color!!! I love blue glass. :-)

    Shoveling snow does NOT sound like fun, but doing it together makes it not so bad.

    Have a great week ~ FlowerLady

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  2. Score is right! I'm jealous! Lucky you!

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  3. We are definately not in a warm place..........but your glass is sure a beautiful shade of blue. I have nothing but GRAY up here-LOL!

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  4. Lovely vase. That wonderful color would look good with any colored flowers. No snow for us but temps way below zero. What a dreadful winter.

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  5. Sorry I haven't gotten back to you before now but we have been without power for 50 hours. Finally got it on tonight about 6:00... It has been a rough week with 3 big storms hitting us and frigid temperatures... GADS...

    Beautiful color. Blue glass is my FAVORITE.
    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  6. I hope to see flowers in it someday. It is neat to see.

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  7. Won't it be wonderful when the snow is gone for good and we can enjoy beautiful hyacinths both inside and out?

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  8. What a great find. Even Georgia has endured ice/snow the past 2 weeks! I am returning after many months with a new blog. Mildred

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    1. Nice to hear from you. My email contact for you fails. I've tried to send you messages. I hope you are staying warm. Take care!!

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    2. I lost everything on my computer and had to start all over back in March. This link is my new blog and shows my updated email.

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  9. Great score. Love the blue!

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