Wednesday, December 29, 2010

new years

DH , said  it's a 3 prong giantVikiing hemlet, or a  Very old  kettle  used to cook !  take your  pick!  :)


Terry said...

happy new year little sunshine of mine..i never realized that when you follow someone that the blog shows that they have posted and so here i am...
dad golden has been pretty sick and so i will do a belated birthday post for grandpaw ron in the next few days..
i hope that everything is going well with you terry

Ann said...

What is this 3 pointed thing?

I like the prayer you have over your other site.

Thanks for visiting. Are you snowd under too?

Merle said...

Hi Jel ~~ And a very Happy New Year to you also. Love the daffodils.
I had a wonderful trip but it was tiring and the weather today (New
Year's Eve) got to 40C which is 104F
Darn hot. I hope you are coping with the snow. Love and Hugs, Merle.

jel said...

Happy new year, no snow here, has been in the 60's F but by tonite it will be in the teens :(

Judy said...

Happy new year Jel!


Anything Fits A Naked Man said...

Ha! It reminds me of that German helmet that sat on Colonel Klink's desk in the sitcom, "Hogan's Heroes." Did you ever see that show? Anyway, I LIKE it, it's very festive!! LOL!! Thanks for sharing!

jel said...

I know nunthing , nunthing!

loved that show! :)

David Meigs said...

My viking helmet only has two horns. I'm impressed. :-)

Is it cast iron? It could be a valuable antique, maybe a pot or a dutch oven. Either way, it's cool.

I hope you have a wonderful new year, my friend. :-)

jel said...

hey big bro.
it is cast iron, and it is older then me, and that's old!!!

Merle said...

Hi Jel ~~ That cast iron thing could be a Viking helmet or a huge black
cooking vessel.
Thanks for your comments and I am glad you like the pics of some of my family. We all enjoyed the visit.
Take caremy friend, Love, Merle.

Mountain Mama said...

May be some alien's under there.
I found you at Merle's and like your blog so added you to my list.