Tag Archives: Edith Holden

Gift #593: Edith Holden’s March

Today we will celebrate the month of March with Edith Holden’s lovely watercolors. Slayer of the winter, art thou here again?                                         … Continue reading

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Gift #573: Edith Holden’s February

I’m afraid February slipped into March without my showing some of Edith Holden’s sketches from the month.  These are a little late, but as most of the country is still feeling cold temps and wintry weather, we can easily pretend … Continue reading

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Gift #555: January

Well, it’s the last day of January!  To be truthful, I’m not sad to see it go. January is a long, hard month for me.  The steely grey skies become depressing after a while and I crave sun and blue skies.  … Continue reading

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Gift #530: Edith Holden’s December

Well, here we are on December 31st, with just a few hours left to the year.  It has passed so quickly!  I hope as you’ve gone through the day that you’ve had an opportunity to reflect on the blessings and … Continue reading

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Gift #483: All Saints Day

I’ve been waiting to share this post with you for quite a while.  I ran across this poem back in September when I was preparing for the Edith Holden post of that month.  It is by one of my favorite … Continue reading

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Gift #480: October

Edith Holden’s watercolors of October are my favorites of all the year.  This is my favorite month and I treasure every moment in its brief span.  It is the height of autumn and my heart always feels so full of … Continue reading

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Gift #454: September with Edith Holden

I hope everyone had a wonderful September enjoying the warm summer days and the first breaths of autumn.  September is a month of transition, different every year and that’s one of the reasons I love it.  This month we’ve experienced … Continue reading

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Gift #424: August

It’s time for a look at August in England, 1849, through the pen of Edith Holden.   As I’ve browsed through her books over the past few months in preparation for my blog post, I’ve noticed how oddly familiar her sketches … Continue reading

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Gift #377: June

In all the excitement of the month of June, it swept right away, and I remembered that I had not done a posting of Edith Holden’s artwork for June.  So, today is actually June 31st ( a first, I believe) … Continue reading

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Gift #326: May Day

May Song Now the bright Morning star, day’s harbinger, Comes dancing from the East, and brings with her The flowery May; who from her green lap throws The yellow Cowslip and the pale prim-rose Hail! Flowery May that dost inspire … Continue reading

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