Saturday, February 9, 2013

It May Be a White Saturday Outside...

But it's a Pink Saturday at Buttercup's!


I've been thinking about my "Pink Saturday" posting all week. The theme for this week is flowers, hearts, love and romance and on Wednesday I found some pictures that were perfect. They were interesting, exotic and spoke to a romance so great that it built a world monument. When I went to scan them this afternoon, my scanner went on strike. Nada, zilch, nothing. No exotic and wildly romantic pictures to share.

So for a very fun plan B I am sharing photos that are the exact opposite of exotic and wildly romantic. They speak of love and Valentine's Day, but in a very different voice. Isn't that just like love? There are so many sweet ways to say it and to share it.

I like sparkle as much as the next girl and I certainly wouldn't turn my nose up at diamonds, but if Mr. Very Nice Guy wants to woo me, these folks could come calling any time.

 These three are always welcome at my house!

Who doesn't love Mickey?

Let this pink-haired cutie pie speak for all of us...

I Love You!

Happy Pink Saturday and happy wishes for cozy and warm!

10 comments:

romance-of-roses said...

Hi Carol,
Thank you for visiting me on Pink Saturday. I also like your pinks, those elephants are adorable. I love pink. Hugs...Lu

Lynda said...

Well - - you posting answers the question in my head that was wondering if you were fine in the storm. The pink animals bring a smile to my face - - but who thought it would be a good idea to create an elephant for someone to give to a woman?!!!

Patty Sumner said...

I am so happy you have a "pink" attitude on a snowy white Saturday. You are so right, your little stuffed animals arae welcome here too! Blessings!

Theresa said...

Oh sweet pink post, I love you too:) Have a blessed weekend, STAY WARM! Hope you are feeling better! HUGS!

Melinda said...

Cute little Valentine friends.

Hope you are staying comfy and cozy with Nemo.

M :)

Chatty Crone said...

How is the snow there? Pink?

I'm mostly known as 'MA' said...

Those little pink cuties are just delightful. Hope you are keeping warm and that you have a wonderful Sunday!

Susie said...

Pink elephants...does that mean you have had too much pink champagne. :):) I like the mickey tote. Hope you are doing well and staying warm. xoxo,Susie

Daniel Metraux said...

Carol: I am Daniel Metraux--we share a mutual friend in Pat Hunt here in Staunton. Pat says you knew my godmother, Margaret Mead, who lived in our home for the last 25 years of her life. If so, contact me at dmetraux@mbc.edu

Daniel Metraux said...

PS) My base after escaping the horrors of New York is New England (Boston and Vermont). I remember very well that snowy week between Christmas and New Years in Vermont--caught in our house with frozen pipes and no power and no car--loved it!