Owls in Winter


If you’ve been following my blog, you know how much I love owls.  I’ve been fascinated with them since I was a little girl and heard my first owl.  We lived in a heavily wooded area on the river, and we had owls that could be heard quite frequently.

I don’t have a lot of them, but I have several owl knick knacks around my house.  Two glass owls that my mom gave me long ago, a brass owl paperweight on my desk at work, and various other little owl things.

I’ve been participating in a secret pal monthly gift exchange this year that is drawing to a close this month.  The dear person who has my name has sent me something owlish every month!  I don’t know how she has found so many things, but I’m thrilled that she’s paid such close attention to my attraction to owls.  I can’t wait to find out whoooooo you are!!! 

Do you have something special that you collect?  Share it with my readers and post a comment!

2 thoughts on “Owls in Winter

  1. wonderful owl – so pretty. I collect coffee mugs – the pottery kind, unusual shapes – one has a dragon, three have cat handles, I have several wooden mugs, one from Russia and one is Greek – very pretty and unusual. I do not like the “tacky” cups, 🙂 although I have been given a couple along the years LOL, I keep them not to offend anyone.Karenhttp://karensquilting.com/blog/


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