|Fox on left, two cheeky chickens on right|
Rian's website is here, if you want to visit her and meet her cats as well. Since I've been following her for a long time, I know all the stories about the cats, and how much she's been enjoying her pottery métier. I'm happy to be able to offer a home to these critters.
I have another virtual friend who has sent me numerous gifts over the years, and it always amazes me that there are people in the world who give freely from their heart like they do. I am very blessed indeed. Puts a smile on my face just to think of them.
Those little creature creations are delightful, and the artist sounds like a special person. I'll check out her blog. Thanks for the link.ReplyDelete
Such beautiful creatures!ReplyDelete
I love it. If it would hold up, I would send you a lemon meringue pie!ReplyDelete
I'd like to think that there are more people out there who give freely from their hearts than not. She is quite talented!ReplyDelete
How talented! Your gifts are special.ReplyDelete
It's nice to have very creative friends.ReplyDelete
What lovely gifts! She is very talented!!ReplyDelete
Those are so darn cute!! Will have to pop by her blog. :)ReplyDelete
Awwwww, sweet!! Gifts like this are treasures as is the friendship. I've seen her comments here many timesReplyDelete
Aww, they are so sweet and I'm happy they get along:)) I do visit Rian regularly and saw that she was generously giving away some of her work. You got a couple of cuties.ReplyDelete
How sweet of her to give you such fine ceramics. Enjoy.ReplyDelete
When I entered Blogland I never for onemoment thought it would lead to friendships. How generous of people to send you gifts. We need more people like this in our world.ReplyDelete
Hi DJan, So glad to hear that my little critters arrived safely and are happily encounced in their new home!ReplyDelete