What???? You mean I have to mind my manners in front of angels. OMG! I'm in deep ca-ca! You could have told me this sooner!Cute angel, though. Sorry about your commenting troubles. I took off word verification again. But every time I do that I get 40-50 spam a day! Ugh. Nevertheless, I shall, for the time being, deal with the spam. Happy commenting! And stay warm, for cryin' out loud. Or come visit Florida. Gonna be 80 here today!
Lowell, Use your settings and click "always" on "comment moderation" and you can delete spam messages before they're posted. Seldom get spam...and it avoids Word Verification.
I talked to my sister-in-law in St. Cloud yesterday and mentioned the Museum of Russian Art. She said they plan to go visit it some day. They recently saw the exhibition of the Terra Cotta Warriors that is in the Twin Cities.
There's another new and excellent exhibit at TMORA which I cannot wait to see. Yes, the Terra Cotta exhibit was excellent, altho I would have like to see more soldier figures. We are SO lucky here in the Twin Cities because we have great theatre and excellent museums. Come visit, y'all! Check this out: http://tmora.org/exhibition/concerning-spiritual-tradition-russian-art-selections-kolodzei-art-foundation/
What a pretty angel. I love it.
Wonderful little Protector. I believe she is bringing gifts!
She'll watch over our manners.
I hope I have a guardian angel looking out for me!
A beautiful guest for tea!
A beautiful little angel, nicely detailed! I can't make out what she's made from. Is she carved and painted?
Sorry, but I do not remember; it's been a week or more since I was there, and I looked at the china more carefully than this image.
Beautiful looking angel.
Yep, I had better watch my P&Qs, as my grandmother used to say.
This has been a really super series of images from the Museum of Russian Art Kate, I would seriously love to have one of the Christmas baubles hanging on my tree next year..no chance hey!
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