Friday, November 27, 2009

Thyme to chill

Hope you all had a wonderful
I did!
The only one chillin around here is

Charlie looks like he enjoyed Thanksgiving  Dinner!
How about you?
Today I'm busy decorating for Christmas
thinking about


  1. Lynn Charlie is precious. He is such a cutie hanging around ;0)

    I hope your Thanksgiving was a great one.

    I had a wonderful Thanksgiving we used the candle sticks on the table and it was great, they looked so cute sitting there thank you again sweety.

    Take care have a wonderful weekend, stay away from the Black Friday stores it's dangerous nowadays.


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    (¸.•´ (¸.+´♥ Heidi ♥)

  2. Wonderful new piece, I like the little details you add to your snowmen.


  3. Good Morning Sweet Lynn...
    I am lovin Charlie right down to his rusty bell buttons. How precious is he. I think you could paint on just about anything and it would look like a million bucks. You definitely use your beautiful God given talent to paint. Your love for color and art just shine through in every single thing that you paint sweetie. I so love to come and see what you have shared each day. You are a breath of fresh air to me.

    I hope your Thanksgiving was a wonderful day and so blessed with many memories. We thought of you as we gazed at the precious candlesticks that Heidi won in your last drawing. She will have wonderful memories to last her a life time with these precious treasures. Thank you Lynn for giving her the gift of happiness.

    Country hugs and much love...Sherry

  4. You did a great job on Charlie!!! Love the rusty bells for buttons :) I'm glad you had a wonderful Thanksgiving.

  5. Lynn, so glad to hear that you had a good Thanksgiving. I've got to get through this weekend's Dicken's Festival, then I can't wait to finish decorating on Monday! Hope you post some pictures when you are finished, Dawn


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Lynn Barbadora @ Painting Thyme Needfuls

"Life is a great BIG canvas and you should throw all the paint you can on it!"
~ Danny Kaye