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WEDNESDAY WHIMSY
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P is for Parasol on Wednesday Whimsy

This week’s Wednesday Whimsy is all about the parasol….couldn’t find too many quotes about them, other than this one from author Anne Sexton, in a poem entitled “The Kite: “The parasol girls slept, sun-sitting their lovely years.” 265 more words

O is for Owls on Wednesday Whimsy

More Victorian 1800s trade cards from the collection today! They seem to have really loved owls in their advertising.

There was an entire series of these cards to the left, featuring the mother-in-law owl, who seemed to be perpetually disapproving, and then the two owls who were in love, plus random frogs.   255 more words

Muses, Graces and Xanadu for Wednesday Whimsy

This week’s Wednesday Whimsy is M for Muse. I’m always talking about mine and how finicky she is, and how she absolutely refuses to plot things too far in advance LOL. 495 more words

L is For Laundry on Whimsy Wednesday

Combining my slowly unfolding A to Z challenge with my Wednesday Whimsy meme, and adding in my Victorian trade cards! I’ve got some fun ones to share this week. 288 more words

Ladies Reading ~ Wednesday Whimsy

For today’s Wednesday Whimsy I went to my stash of Victorian trade cards and decided to present a theme of Ladies Reading. Most are reading books but a few, like this charming medieval damsel, are apparently reading letters. 297 more words

She Went to Sea In A Sea Shell 1800s Cards

Continuing on with my new Wednesday Whimsy posts, here is a charming set of three Victorian trade cards that I thought had sort of an almost-steampunk feel – the ladies are so intrepid, setting out across the ocean in a shell or a bowl or on a banjo! 120 more words