Well, before I get to that, let me share this little corner of my home.
On the left is the "breakfast nook" area off the kitchen. As if I ever eat breakfast there. I usually carry a cup of coffee straight up to the computer so I can read blogs. Jeff and I hung my Anthony Avenue quilt on the wall there. It's a map of our neighborhood in Maine. That door leads to the laundry room. That's a mosiac mirror for last minute lipstick touch-ups before you head out the garage door (which is just beyond the mirror). Because you know, you gotta wear lipstick in Texas. And then you see the crosses hanging in the archway between the kitchen and the family room.
The top one has the Lord's Prayer carved in it. The next one is a piece of Polish pottery from my friend, Lucy, who lives in Germany. The next one has I Corinthians 13 carved in it and the last is a reproduction of the green man gargoyle from the National Cathedral in Washington DC.
So, what did I buy? More crosses. These are hung on the opposite side of the archway.
I just adore these Mexican works of art. The top one is painted ceramic... from the same place where I took the picture of all the painted pots which I posted yesterday. And the bottom one has several milagros nailed on it. It's rustic and authentic and I just love it.
You can see the frig in the background and one of Claire's many many many pieces of rainbow art. She's all about the rainbow.