Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Beautiful Blue Window

We have several stained glass windows in our house. My favorites are these...


There are two of them flanking the stone fireplace in our family room. In the afternoon the light glows through the cobalt glass and makes my heart smile.

And listen. I made this super short so you can take the time to visit an excellent "A" link that only got three comments! It's a longer post so to save time, just run over there and don't even bother to leave a comment here! I'm cool with that! Click here to read it if you can spare a moment! - it's long but a wonderful read.

This post is linked to Alphabe-Thursday's Letter "B". To read other links JUST CLICK HERE!

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29 comments:

Ann said...

This is a magnificent window. The room they occupy must be beautiful.
Ann

Tracy said...

What beautiful window definatley an A for this week

Splendid Little Stars said...

How beautiful!

Splendid Little Stars said...

PS: I did go read that post, and you are so right! It does deserve attention!

Willoughby said...

That's a gorgeous window! My husband used to work in a glass shop that repaired leaded and stained glass windows. I've been after him to brush up on his skills and make a few for me. We had a few in our old house and they made my heart smile, too!

criticalcrass said...

thanks, jenny.

Viki said...

I'm so jealous. I love stain glass windows.

NatureGirl said...

I lurve stained glass...how gorgeous! Happy AlphabeThursday!

amelia said...

I also, just love stained glass and wish I could have some windows in my house!! The sun coming through must be spectacular!!!

Sue said...

I'd love to have a window like that and watch the light come through it in different patterns and colors. Really lovely, Jenny.

And I checked out the "A" story. Nice!

=)

signed...bkm said...

You are the B for best Jenny....bkm

Cheryl D. said...

Hey, I was one of the 3! I thought it was a fabulous post! I love a good story.

I also love stained glsss. You're so lucky to have it in your house!

Jingle said...

it is cute indeed.
thanks for sharing.

Bonnie said...

Beautiful indeed! I love the glass with the stone. I bet it is magnificent with the light shining through!

ps. thank you for fixing my link!

JDaniel4's Mom said...

I bet they look wonderful in all kinds of light.

linda said...

The stained glass window is gorgeous!
And thank you for leading me to the story of August...what a fine writer over at 'quirky pickings'.

Marlene said...

Beautiful window! I wouldn't wanna clean it, though.

Karen said...

love the window! going to hop over and read the post.
Karen

Cheryl said...

Jenny, thank you so much for the link to CC's post. We used to run in the same circles and I lost her. So nice to find her once again.

She shines, doesn't she?

Amy said...

I dream of one day having stain glass windows. Yours are absolutely delicious, and seeing the afternoon light pouring in would make my heart go pitter patter.

What a beautiful and heart wrenching story that was! Thank you for directing me over there. I loved it.

The Muse said...

i have always believed that a great deal can be discerned from the choices we make in design...
it is easy to see you and the window, together...

:) :)

i shall do all i can to visit the a post you linked to :)

Rocky Mountain Woman said...

Lovely blue window!

Running over to the A post....

xxoo,

RMW

5thsister said...

Lovely windows and a lovely read at the link you provided. Thank you!

criticalcrass said...

and thank you, ladies, for the compliments. :]

razzamadazzle said...

I just love the window! Glad you sent us over to last week's post. Thanks and have a great weekend!

Teresa

La said...

I love stained glass. I can see why it makes you smile. La

Bonnie@Creative Decorating said...

How gorgeous! I am going over to the A post now!

gabe said...

I'm glad you enjoyed my boring, banana bread!!!

Love the windows. . .with the stone it is stunning!

Terra said...

how beautiful and peaceful. If you ever venture to CO I must take you to bishops castle...some way cool stained glass going on there.