Month of Daily Downloads No. 29+
Today is the last day of my month of daily downloads. Grab 'em while you can!:)
Interestingly, I started this bonus month with an American Valentine and I'm ending with a card mailed in England. BUT there's been beaucoup French stuff in between.ha! As my sister-in-law would say, "It's all good."
The above image is so elegant, so stunning, so rich in meaning (all those 'mother issues' we see when we look in the mirror) .... and the message on the back, mailed in 1910, is a real hoot:
Dear Elsie, I am now in the train. I will not tell you what it is like in Hall because I am writing in the train. Give my love to E & V. Hettie
Along with a reminder to ENTER THE CONTESTS (See info at very top of the Blog),
I want to end this month of daily downloads with a sincere and humble Thank You!
As I've investigated other sites on the web, it's obvious that there is a plethora of free antique images for you to use in your art. The fact that you are willing to pay for FrenchKissed images is something I am most grateful for.
Living in a town of 400, five miles from a town of about 7,000, where the economy is based on fruit picking and tourism, you can image that job opportunities are scarce around here. There is no way I could make a living picking fruit -- especially if it were cherries or blueberries. I would be fired within a day, walking away with a pink slip and red lips (or blue teeth:)
As for dealing with tourists all day ... at minimum wage? That's a Ha! to the 10th power squared by two....
No tourists, no fruit picking.
"FrenchKissed" is my job and my obsession. Merci beaucoup for all your support, financial and emotional. I love to read your comments!
I'm looking forward to receiving the "Love Me Two" challenge entries. As for the "Kissed Again!" contest, I'm still ruminating on what the prizes will be..... Stay tuned and keep creating! I'll see you in a few days. You know I can't stay away for long....