Friday, July 17, 2009

free deliverance

It really is free.
Just like a wink, a smile, or tender words to a loved one.
Or even an assurance to a disparaging stranger. All free. Sometimes we forget and it costs us dearly.
Happy PFF, this week brought to you by a serene woman, and her trained birds from 'out of town' vacationing in America.

11 Comments:

Blogger Blogaire said...

Such a beautifully romantic scene (love the facial expression on the moon). Wonder who was the artist Fred Sturgin? Has he painted any other postcards?

7/17/2009 1:39 AM  
Blogger papel1 said...

A very romantic painting. Happy PFF.
Judy

7/17/2009 1:53 AM  
Blogger Debby said...

This is beautiful. Really enjoyed your post today!
debby

7/17/2009 7:54 AM  
Blogger willow said...

I like the pc, but I LOVE the vintage free delivery sign.

7/17/2009 9:32 AM  
Blogger Ana said...

lovely!!! brings memories....

Happy PFF!

7/17/2009 9:44 AM  
Blogger Beth Niquette said...

Ah, how wonderful to see a postcard from a Serene woman on vacation in America! Wonderful postcard! Happy PFF!

7/17/2009 10:27 AM  
Blogger Mandala Michelle said...

Both romantic and retro 50's cool!! Love the card.

7/17/2009 3:23 PM  
Anonymous Terry said...

Howdy
Happy Pff to you.
Thank you for such a beautiful view today.
Ahhhhhh the lovliness of a beautiful woman,and a vacation too :)
Wow this was a refreshing post for a hot summer day .
Thank you for sharing .
Have a blessed weekend.
Happy Trails

7/17/2009 5:33 PM  
Anonymous Sheila said...

How gorgeous! Romance is in the air.... :)

7/17/2009 6:12 PM  
Blogger steviewren said...

What a pretty postcard to send to someone special!

7/17/2009 11:45 PM  
Blogger TattingChic said...

What a romantic post card! The moon looks very happy for the lovey-dovey couples! I like how the artist captured the "man in the moon"! :)

7/19/2009 12:58 AM  

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