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Wednesday, March 7, 2012

Beautiful Young Lady from the Late 1800's and One from Jane Austen Era

Hi everyone, Welcome to you all.
    As my days have been full my blog is not!  Still working on party prep. The R.S.V.P.s are coming in and there will be family from out of state coming.Very fun. Also  neighbors who I haven't seen since the late 1960's.
 I know my mom will be so pleased.
    My sister said she was glad there are no weddings coming up!

Thank you for all your comments. Please know I cherish them all. Even when I do not reply you can be sure I have read them.

I feel in love with this sweet pretty young lady. She seems to be deep in thought. Maybe she was just utterly bored sitting for the artist! The dress is scrumptious. I would love to come across this in color.
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And a young lady who appears to be from the early 1800's or Regency period. That hair! Use for ideas when wearing Jane Austen era clothing.
Enjoy and thank you for visiting, Louise

8 comments:

marda said...

Missed you, but glad your party plans are coming along. Sounds like you've had plenty to do.
Just hope you get to enjoy the day.

peggy gatto said...

thank you for these!!!

peggy aplSEEDS said...

she is amazing! thank you so so much for such a lovely image!rover ori

B. said...

I agree. She is beautiful.

B.

maisie sparrow's vintage pictures said...

Oh!What a lovely blog this is and what wonderful pictures!!! I have a large collection myself and I love the music from young victoria...my favourite film. Blessings.Maisie.

Anonymous said...

Louise,
Thank you for your blog! I have spent 2 evenings downloading WONDERFUL images that have been graciously provided by you. I also read most of your posts as well. What a loving, caring heart you have! Thank you for all that you do for us. Hope all is going well in the planning of your Mother's 80th Birthday Celebration and wishing her a very happy day.
Sending kind thoughts and wishes your way. Norma

Pam Kellogg said...

What a lovely blog you have! I just found you. I'll be adding a link to your blog in my sidebar. Thank you for sharing these wonderful images with your readers. And thank you for sharing your story!

Pam

Anne@A Little Fur in the Paint said...

Wonderful blog! Thank you for sharing these delightful images ~ I'm now following ~ Best, Anne