And two became one . . . like the saying, “a match made in heaven”
or two souls became one.
Well I will show you today, how two things became one
by the generosity and thoughtfulness of a friend.
I had a lonely ironstone tureen. One that was missing its lid.
Until last week, when there was a package on the front porch
with a card that read, “I spied this lovely tureen lid and thought it might like to live with you!”
After I read the card from Mary (Home Is Where The Boat Is)
I could not wait to unwrap the package.
Isn’t it a beauty?
Mary knew I was starting a collection of lids
and thought it would be pretty displayed with the others.
For now, until I gather enough lids to create a wall gallery,
I display them like this:
“Putting a lid on it” . . . and you can see how I display my ironstone lids
by clicking on the highlighted words above.
The tureen without its lid
meets its better half.
Hello . . . meet your perfect match. The lid fit perfectly!
What a pretty couple, don’t you think?
When you see an orphaned piece such as a this pretty lid, consider giving it a good home.
So they can live happily ever after!
I am so blessed to have so many wonderful blog friends or I will just say dear friends
that I have come to know through the world of blogging. A great world to be in!
Have a terrific day!!!
I am joining Ivy and Elephants for What’s It Wednesday