For all the injured and for those who no longer have homes.
And for all the rescue workers who are hard at work to restore order.
May the Lord bless and help them all.
Now, for today's post:
Chandeliers add elegance to any surrounding.
Recently, while on a day trip to Cooperstown, New York, (yeah, where the Baseball Hall of Fame is located), we toured the Fenimore Art Museum.
The museum has what I call "Gone with the Wind" staircases where one can just imagine Scarlett O'Hara sweeping down in her red floor-length gown.
It's located in a 1930s mansion and was built on the site of James Fenimore Cooper's farmhouse.
Today, it's run by the New York State Historical Association.
When rooms have chandeliers, my heart beats extra fast and I start to gawk.
I can never get enough of looking at chandeliers.
Whenever I see chandys, you'll usually catch me looking up endlessly.
In the photo below, that's my friend waving from above as I snap photos of that fabulous chandelier.
Wouldn't you love to know where it was made?
Isn't the one shown in this post a beauty?
I understand it is original to the mansion, too.
DO YOU LIKE ORNATE CHANDELIERS?