Believe in the impossible.
That is the message of today.
This flying pig watering can came all the way from New Zealand from Sunshine. She also made the cute flying pig ornament below. Thank you Sunshine. I love the watering can and your ornament is beautiful with all that sparkle and those hearts encircling her and will hang alongside my other paper pig ornaments at school. (I've already gotten several compliments!)
This beautiful card came flying across the Atlantic from Ireland and my blogging buddy Sabrina. I wish you could see this in person because the picture doesn't do it justice. It's wonderfully colored and the silver lining on the clouds, along with the beautiful sentiment just take my breath away.
I found some of these tin mailboxes in a closet and came across these solar powered flying pigs just after Christmas. I wish I had bought all of them to share with all my "pig ladies". Those that I did have I posted off to my "Pigs on Parade" participants. Hopefully they found their way to them by today, but if not, the message of the flying pig will carry on.
And to my "Pig Ladies" I was able to send these little 3 1/2 x 3 1/2 notes. The pigs look like they're metal but they're really two separate elements - Dresdens that I found in a new art shop down the shore. I wish I had bought more because my list of "Pig Ladies" grows with each year.
If you'd like to read more about my Flying Pig Day's you can check these links: