Because today is Valentine's Day, I thought how appropriate to photograph a Scottish Slate Heart I purchased while visiting Portree, a town located on the Isle of Skye.
The red, traditionally associated with Valentine's Day, is picked up in my family tartan that is displayed behind the heart.
My dear readers, may your day be filled with love.
Happy Valentine's Day
What a COOL and very Scottish Valentine! Makes a great photo. Hope you have a Happy Valentine's Day.ReplyDelete
Isn't it funny how you can wake up to an idea...that is what happened this morning. Happy Valentine's Day.Delete
This is such a simple yet stylish way to decorate, your family tartan is beautiful as is the banister..;ReplyDelete
Thanks, Lynn....that newel post was made in 1882 when my house was built. It has a lot of nicks and scratches, but has held up well over the years. Happy Valentine's Day!Delete
What a lovely remembrance of a special trip! If I could find my hubby's tartan (it's packed until we move) I would have put that out to share like you have. Maybe next year! Happy Valentine's Day, XOXOReplyDelete
Dear friend, I hope today is filled with love from your family. I know you will be happy to unbox so many things stored away until the house is finished.Delete
That is a beautiful newel post and I love the tartan and heart together. Happy Valentine's Day to you!ReplyDelete
Thanks Cheryl....It's an old house with the original staircase.Delete
awesome colors. so pretty. i love family history. happy <3 day!!! ( :ReplyDelete
Oh, Beth, the sun has finally came out today...!!Delete
Lovely heart ! :)ReplyDelete
I have soft spot for heart shape thing I have them scattered around my home!
I think I must be the same way....my favorite one is made from an old quilt that was full of worn places.Delete
A very unique and lovely way to decorate. Happy Valentine's Day.ReplyDelete
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