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I am artist of texture and color. I enjoy working with textiles, mixed media and the graphic arts. I am an avid cottage gardener with a love for pass along plants and big fluffy pink peonies and pink roses. Many of my tangible creations reflect my love of the garden and all its wonderful colors. I am not one who will settle for neutral colors as they bore me. I have been selling my creations online since 2002 beginning as a hobby and 10 years later my art is my full time passion.
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15 January 2009

Lynsie's GO GO boots

Well, I don't know if they call them go go boots now--but they did when I was in junior high in the late 1960's. Lynsie thinks she is pretty neat in these furry little boots. She is 15 months old now and visits her nana every Friday so momma gets a free day of day care. And nana Debbi takes every advantage of a good photo opportunity!
BTW--my daughter said these were "snow boots", but to me they are go go boots with fur LOL


Mimi's Rose Chenille Boutique said...

Debbi ~ your little princess is so precious! I love the boots, I am with you, we also used to call them "go go boots"! Guess we are telling our age! My granddaughter, Lauren, (my little rose) had fun grinch green ones last year with fur around the top to match her "Grinch Outfit" I made. She absolutely loved them. Grandchildren are so precious!

Oh by the way, I love love the look of your blog! Beautiful!


Melody said...

Debbi..those are gogo boots. At 15 months she is in a constant motion of go..go..go. Ergo Mom should be used to gogo boots.

Lorri said...

I grew up when they were called GO GO boots as well. And remember hot pants? Now they call them Daisy Dukes.

Lynn said...

Lynsie is just so adorable, you must enjoy Fridays :)
I used to call them go go boots too LOL, cute for sure.

Maggie R said...

Gee What a darling child and those boots!!! Oh my gosh so adorable.... I'm jealous .... My grand daughters are in college now!!! and I sure do remember the "Go-go" boots!! hee hee
waving from frozen,snowy, southern ontario, Canada...

littlethings1 said...

How adorable ! It is fun to be able to have a day of photo opportunities !! My youngest grandchild, Haddie is 17 months and she lives close by , so is fun to watch them grow and see all the cute things they do!

KellyKim said...

Oh my goodness! The go go boots are so adorable! Your little sweet darling is perfect fit with the lovely boots! She is really sweet and beautiful!


trash talk said...

Remember gogo boots, heck I wore them, only I wasn't in jr. high(that dates you right there since now it is called middle school!). She is precious in her snow snow boots!!! Thanks for leaving such a sweet comment on my post. It is greatly appreciated and so are you. If you don't mind, I would also like to add you as a link on my blog. Debbie

Maryjane - The Beehive Cottage said...

She is a Cutie pie!Love her gogo boots! I use to have a pair! You have such a sweet blog and wonderful Etsy store!

mimi said...

Debbi oh how sweet is your precious little grandaughter. She must bring so much Joy to you. Children are such blessings!!

EnglishCottageRose said...

Debbi, she couldn't be any cutier could she. I just want to give her a big kiss!! Tomorrow is Friday and you get another lovely day together, have fun and I hope you feel better. Char

Jacalyn @ rmebathproducts.com said...

Debbi, she is beautiful! What a great thing that you get to spend time "gramma" time with her! Enjoy!


Halo Hill said...

You're a grandmother (Nana) too! Hurray, we have so much in common, AND I've been shopping for a new banner. I just saw your Etsy store! Who knew?

My granmother name is Mimi! Isn't it the best thing you've ever done in your WHOLE life? They look like go go boots to me too!



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