what's on yours?

 What's on YOURS?  
I can't remember where I found the frame...
but it has been sitting empty in our garage for a l-o-n-g time!
Last week, my husband took an old chalkboard 
out of its ordinary frame and fit it to THIS one.
(I found a great idea to make my white pitchers "sing" for Christmas
from Cozy Little House.  You've got to see it for yourself...)
It now occupies just about the only wall space left in our kitchen/dining area.
But that's OK with me.
Do you have a chalkboard/blackboard?
What's "on" it today?


  1. Mine still has the same message I placed on it the beginning of the New year...'a good and blessed New Year'..my other one says..LET IT SNOW!! LOL

  2. Lovely, Rebecca. I like the link you included, too! How beautiful the peppermint sticks are in the white dishes.
    Regarding the chalkboard: I left my chalkboard behind when I retired.
    Hugs and love to you,

  3. I don't have a chalkboard but I'd like one. I've been thinking about painting the pantry door with chalkboard paint.

    Love the white pitchers.


  4. Hi Rebecca...I don't have a blackboard but think yours looks cute. Love the white creamers, too.

    Thanks for your visits and comments to my blog. Susan

  5. Yes I have an old cupboard door with Blackboard Paint on it and today is a lovely Artistic Flower creation gracing it that my Grand-Daughter drew.

    Thank you for your encouraging and heartfelt words today on my Post, yes, we are experiencing some heavy issues right now, but we remain up by Faith and know that it will hold. Without a test there is no Testimony... that said, the going through part can be mighty uncomfortable and even discouraging at times if it lasts long enough or is serious enough. We're taking it one day at a time... always Thankful for whatever Blessings we meditate upon because even a cloud often holds a silver lining if you don't overlook the simple things to be Thankful and Grateful for... which during times of no trials you often do take things for granted more. I've found that during the harshest storms of Life are when we bond together the tightest and look to our Source to carry us when burdens become too heavy for us to bear... knowing that He can even when we can't. I'm also Thankful for all of the wonderful relationships I've made here in the Land of Blog... Blessings from the Arizona Desert... Dawn... The Bohemian

  6. I don't have a chalkboard but I love yours and your saying. It does highlight those great pitchers.


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