Saturday, September 25, 2010

A Face Only A Mother Could Love*Happy Pink Saturday

Happy Pink Saturday Everyone!
It seems that Pink Saturdays {even though NOT every one of them} is when I get to post since school has started.  There has been so many new things added at our school, that we are constantly working on learning these new programs, ideas, etc.  I miss the time that I had in the summer to keep up with my blog on a regular basis.  If it counts for anything, I think about you all often, and I miss my time here with you all!  So, thanks for checking in on me and not giving up on me...But next week is our last week before Fall Break {which is two whole weeks-Yippee!}

So, let's get on with Pink Saturday!
Today, I thought I'd share a couple of sweet dolls I found a while back at the Nashville Flea Market. 

Bless their hearts...they have seen better days, but where some people will shy away from tattered and torn dollies, I embrace them for they are just showing the love that they have received over the years.  The dolly dressed in pink, came with this little dress. 

The other doll, is just a head, and is made of metal.  They were just too good to pass up, and their price just helped me seal the deal.  A great deal, indeed!

Thanks for sharing this time with me at Our Back Porch.  Be sure to head over to Beverly's for more fun, pink posts!  Have a most lovely day, and insanely blessed week to come!

Hugs and Blessings,
Rebecca

16 comments:

craftymarta said...

Rebecca, I love them both. Not everybody can find beauty in this kind of thing, we do. I will love to find a metal one, even if is just the head. It seems like a lot of bloggers have taken hiatus from blogging. I'm always happy to hear from all of them, even when there is no time to leave a comment. Blessings to you and enjoy your coming break, Marta.

Beansieleigh said...

Hi Rebecca! My daughter is a teacher too, and I know how you feel a little bit. I love seeing her as much as I do all Summer, but when the school year starts, she is so busy it makes my head spin!.. Of course I don't get to see her as much, and I miss her. But I've always held great respect for the best teachers out there. They are truly heroes in my eyes, and more importantly (whether they realize it or not) a child's eyes! So, I tip my hat to you, and wish you a wonderful school year ahead!... LOVE your new dolls! I never outgrew my dolls, and my collection of all kinds can be found all over my house!.. Have a great weekend! ~tina

Debbie@Debbie-Dabble said...

What great finds!! I think their faces tell a story!!

HPS!!

Debbie

Jacalyn @ rmebathproducts.com said...

Wow, you are correct, those dolls have been well loved! The pink dress is sweet!

Happy PS,
Jacalyn

Nancy said...

Hi Rebecca! Just got all caught up. Oh, so sweet! Lucky you!!!

We are moving to CA and stopping in Frankfort (?) KY to meet some bloggers for a get together. I should FB you.

House is sold. Closes the 7th, but we don't really know when we have to "report" yet.

HPS

bj said...

What adorable olden dolls.
Have a beautiful Pink Saturday..
xo bj

MosaicMagpie said...

I loved seeing these dolls. They certainly were loved.
Debbie

Maggie said...

Oh so sweet and sad.

Happy Pink Saturday!

In Shoes We Trust,
Maggie Mae @
"Do These Shoes Match this Purse?"

Sonia said...

Rebecca,

What a sweet pink post! I love old dolls..I have a few in my attic that I really should get out. I don't have a place for them now...but I'm converting a bedroom (my son moved out) to a little studio room for me! Yippe! Maybe then I can put them out on display! Happy Pink Saturday!!

Susie Jefferson said...

Well, someone has to love them, and that person is YOU! I'm sure you'll bring out the inner beauty...

Happy Pink Saturday!

Ann said...

These are great dolls. I still love them at my age. Happy Pink Sat.

Donnie said...

The stories they could tell. Happy Pink Saturday.

Lisa said...

What lovely girls!! Enjoy them!
Hugs, lisa

Sares said...

Love the doll head. You always wonder about the history of old dolls and the children that once loved them. I think toys nowadays are so expendable and kids rarely have a favorite they love for years.
Happy Pink and I hope you're having a wonderful weekend!

Pink Roses and Teacups said...

I collect old dolls too, and it makes you wonder who owned them, and what they were like. These look very well loved. Thanks for sharing them.

Debbie

Marydon said...

I love old dolls, Rebecca. I so miss my Ginny doll, similar to your first one.

Sorry I have not been with you more lately. We finally finished both house constructions & took off for 2 weeks. I apologize, but will be better now.

TTFN ~ Hugs, Marydon

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