Tuesday, April 13, 2010

I wrote you a poem

Glorious Rose Arbors are 

Roses & Chandeliers, a perfect marriage don't you think?
Continued from my previous post, Spring Cleaning- Shining antique crystal chandeliers is no easy task, but well worth the effort when they are on display and sparkling. I like to use a chandelier cleaner that you just spray on and let it dry itself clean. It really does work. All you need is a drop cloth to catch the wet drippings. This sconce shown above I purchased on ebay some years ago along with the French Chandelier below. This was shown in my very first issue of Romantic Homes August 2002.
Happy Spring Cleaning Angel Friends!


Cottage Rose said...

Hello Jo-Ann; What a sweet poem you wrote,,, love it..... and the sconces and chandelier,,, Beautiful,, I have that issue of RH.... so I remember seeing them.... have a great week...


Stacy's Shabby Shoppe said...

Jo Jo ~ love the poem! I should be spring cleaning too...but I'm not! (*_*) ~Stacy~ xo

Brenda-shabbycatsandroses said...

Good Morning Jo-Ann! Your poem is just beautiful, and the sconce and chandelier....GORGEOUS!! I hope to one day purchase a lovely chandelier to put in my sewing room. Hope you have a wonderful rest of the week my friend :) Warmest always, Brenda

C'est Moi, Julie Marie said...

Hello Jo~Anne...what a beautiful little poem! Your roses are so pretty, and so is your chandelier... I even love Spring cleaning... it just feels good! xoxo Julie Marie

Bunny Rose Cottage said...

Another amazing post Jo-Anne!! I love the poem so much! The way you have it displayed here on your blog is so pretty too!! I love the gorgeous garden arches too!! Amazing!! Spring cleaning feels so good, doesnt it? I beautiful time of year for sure.
I think it is so cool that Steve C owns a store near you!! I would love to meet him, I hope you do one day! He just makes the show. My favorite comedian for sure :):) He just seems like such a nice guy!!
Have a beautiful week sweet friend :)
Love you!

A Cottage Muse said...

Lovely poem ~ the rose arbor looks like a scene from Anne of Green Gables!

Lynns Lovelies said...

Hi Jo-Ann,
Thank so much for stopping by a bit ago and leaving such a thoughtful comment. I truly do appreciate it so. Your blog and talent is extraordinary...absolutely gorgeous!

Blessings and Peace,

Mariette said...

Hope by now you've managed your task of spring cleaning! If one writes a poem that way, spring cleaning shouldn't feel bad at all... with the right mind-set it's a breeze.

Love from Georgia,