Over a small bookcase, hang pictures of little Budgee (Daddy D's childhood name) and little Molly.
On either side of our closet hang the next two pictures. The first is a cross-stitch picture that my mother embroidered as a young woman. Featured in the stitching are women doing various household chores. Even though the cross-stitch portrays women in a domestic light, my mother was quite a feminist and worked outside the home for much of her adult years.
On the other side of the closet is a framed magazine cover of the February 1914 edition of Woman's Home Companion.
The oval frame is displaying dried flowers from Austria.
I won this framed Footprints of God at a state education meeting.
Listen and then scurry on to visit our other Fun Monday particpants. See the list of good people at Jan's The Prytz Family.