Hope you are all doing well this Saturday in winter.
Well, we in the western part of Massachusetts survived the big whopper of a winter snowstorm.
I'd say we got about a foot of snow so that wasn't too bad.
Just came in from cleaning off the cars while hubs shoveled walkways.
A neighbor graciously used her snowblower to clean our driveway.
She proved, once again, the basic goodness of people when the chips (snowflakes?) are down!
It's very c-c-c-c-old out and the wind is chilling but we are safe and snug in the house now and the fireplace is calling!
Now, for today's post:
I saw the most adorable glass and brass display case.
It cost about $10 and would be a terrific way to display various collections so I bought it on the spot.
Today, it holds storyteller dolls, little clay figures. They are shown with little children, eager to hear stories.
A more detailed post on them can be found here.http://writingstraightfromtheheart.blogspot.com/2010/01/native-american-art-from-clay.html
I love this collection and the pieces look good in the lovely glass case.
Guests are usually quite fascinated with the storytellers.
So happy I found that case as well as collected the many little figures when we lived in the southwest.
The storytellers are among my favorite collections.
HAVE YOU HEARD OF STORYTELLER DOLLS?