I love that!! Traditions for even the linens!April 1st to October 1st I change out the flannel sheets for the Egyptian cotton.Don't you revel in the changing of the seasons? I know I do!
I do revel in the changing of the seasons, sweet Linda!Our white flannels were changed with the arrival of a 70 degree Spring day on Saturday!By the way...Welcome home to you and LD!withLove.
Hello lovely Lynne, I do hope that you and your family are having a wonderful Easter. I am more of a spontaneous person and don't really have traditions, but I kind of wish I did, when I read this post. Your linens are wonderful. It is still very cold here with snow still around in some places. Sorry I have been absent, but I will have exciting things to post about soon. Much love to you, Linda xx
What a nice way to welcome spring! I was just online shopping for some new sheets the other day. Do you know how impossible it is to find floral sheets that don't look like they belong to Grandma? Grrrrr!Hope you had a wonderful Easter!XO,Jane
Isn't linen just great? I enjoy pure cotton sheets and the fresh scent of real lavender in linen. ENJOY the small details dearest! Anita
Love that tradition :)
That is a wonderful rule to live by...spring and linen is here.xoannie
DARLING LYNNE!Oh, you know Les Miserables and Cosette's song well, having seen it and then being in Paris? You will be a lovely addition then to my annual Paris link party that I will be announcing soon. Thank you for always coming to visit! BISOUS BISOUS! Anita