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Gotcha!! Well, I doubt if anyone really reads titles of blog posts...but as you can well see, I have NO ruby glass in my photo today. Just seeing if you're all paying attention.

Wooden Maiden
purchased long ago
at
Hobby Lobby
here in
town.

YAZHI
Native American
Navajo name meaning
"little one."

24 comments :

  1. Hi there! I missed reading your blog. I've been busy with work but I'm finally here touching the base and I wanted to greet you a wonderful Hearts Day.

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  2. *LOL* I did "my homework" well, so I knew you would show us a wooden figure...

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  3. I do read your title. It always comes up in my Google Reader.
    Your Indian Maiden is a really nice figurine, she looks nice against the brick.
    I like the new background too!

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  4. Anjoe Your comment cracked me up. I'm glad you KNEW what I'd post instead. You're going to get a grade A+ for your homework!!

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  5. Mari Awwwwwwwww, shucks. I didn't think of Google Reader this morning. Goes to show you just how BLOND I really am.

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  6. I am paying attention dear one, lol I love the new blog look. The indian maiden is awesome, just like you.

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  7. Denise You know, you melt my heart!!!

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  8. Gosh Anni little one is beautiful. YOu have a very good eye for lovely collectibles.
    Hugs Madi and Mom

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  9. I do read the titles of blog entries. That is usually the reason I click on them. Your maiden is very pretty. Have a great day and may God Bless you.
    Mary

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  10. Hahaha nice one! I was actually looking for the glass lol.. but anyway thats a nice piece. Is that a belen or something?

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  11. That is an interesting carving...love the native stuff! Nice ruby colors

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  12. Nice one...Happy RT Anni!

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  13. Hi Anni,

    Thanks for stopping by Adorn on a Shoestring!
    I'm now following your blog.

    Take Care,
    Chrystal

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  14. I was looking for the ruby glass... thought you had hidden it from us! I like your wooden maiden, and my hubby would really like it. I think this is a great post for today.

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  15. That's a very original statue ! Love it !

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  16. I DID read the title..MORE RUBY GLASS...
    then when I saw the Indian maiden, I thought MORE RUBY GLASS was her name. haaaahahahaa...
    silly me.
    Hope you are having good weather, down there in your beautiful city by the sea...:)) Wish I was there...I love that area so much.
    xo bj

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  17. You are a tease, but I do enjoy reading your post even if it is not what the title says.
    Have a great day.

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  18. She's pretty-and looks great with the red brick background!

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  19. Kristen works at Hobby Lobby right now and just loves it there - not good pay, but good surroundings! And nice people work there, and very nice and patient people shop there.

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  20. She looks like a Mexican Madonna of sorts. She has aged well!

    BEDTIME?

    A woman who always saw red,
    Could not get it out of her head;
    Her dreams were red-hot,
    Although she was not
    Exactly Miss Scarlett in bed.


    © 2011 by Magical Mystical Teacher

    Red Umbrella

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  21. Heyyyyyy you tried to fool us! lol What a wonderful carving and I really like the name Yazhi.

    Love the new decor of your blog! I must change mine now that Valentine's Day is over. I guess it's a bit too early to decorate for St. Patrick's Day. lol

    Luvya bunches too:-) xoxo

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  22. I like this statue Anni, is she holding corn?

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  23. Well believe it or not I do read the blog titles! LOL Love your Indian maiden, she's very pretty.

    Hugs XX
    Barbara

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  24. I always read post titles :)
    love the wooden figure

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