Wednesday, November 12, 2014

Red Cardinal

I know it's a bit early, but I saw this snow globe and just had to buy it.  I've always been fascinated by the red cardinal.  I never see this delightful bird where I live.  This snow globe reminds me of me and my three kids.


Bird watching and taking pictures of them is one of my favorite things to do, so if you ever see this wonderful red bird, take a picture of it and send it to me, would you?


I collect snow globes, and I'll add this sweet one to my collection for Christmas.


  (by the way, I bought this at Home Goods, in case you want to get one for yourself.)
 
~Sheri

30 comments:

Teresa said...

Dear Husband loves snow globes. Really! I believe it is the only childish treat I find in him ahahahah
Do you know what it is to walk into a store and have your husband shaking the snow of every snow globe he can get his hands on?! ahahah
So it was funny to see someone else I love sharing the fascination and love.
I love red cardinals. So between us both, him and me, you hit jackpot with your buy.
And it's never too soon to dream and fancy happy times that soon will be upon us.
Enjoy the Season Dear Friend!
Teresa

Mary Palumbo Collings said...

Pretty little snow globe Sheri! It must be amazing to look out of the window and see a Cardinal… they are not in my area either , unfortunately!
XOXO Mary

Terra said...

I can see why you bought this beautiful snow globe, the red cardinals are a spark of color in it. I would be tempted if I see one in a store, tho we don't have that store in my town.

Sola Scriptura said...

What a delightful snow globe! It is so pretty, I see why you had to buy it!

angie said...

die schneekugel ist soooo süß!!! so eine ähnliche kugel hatte ich auch als kind!!! und das schöne bild ist sooo süß!!! wunderschöne bilder!!! danke für die inspirationen!!! liebe grüße und einen schönen abend von angie aus deutschland

Things and Thoughts said...

I'm also in the Christmas mood Sheri! I also adore snow globes, so romantic with a childish touch... I'm so sorry for your father-in-law, keep him alive in your heart dearest friend...sending you my sweetest thoughts
Olympia

Susie said...

Sheri, The cardinal is our Indiana state bird. I love them, they will stay all winter if you keep feeders out and have pine trees near by. I love you snow globe, you'll have to post on yours. Blessings, xoxo,Susie

valerietilsten59.blogspot.com said...

A lovely snow globe Sheri.
I used to have a few when i was young.
The red cardinal is a beautiful bird.. wish we had it here.
happy week. val x

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

How beautiful! We have lots of cardinals and I'll try to get a good photo soon. Sweet hugs!

Nely said...

Hi my dear friend!
I really like a snow globe,they give me the feeling of beingclose to Christmas.
I hope you are all well,I m a little rearlyon the blog but I m always happy to drop to yours blog.
Many hugs
Nely

Merlesworld said...

As a kid I loved snow globes, but they are rare these days.
Merle.........

Faye Henry said...

Love your snow globe and cardinals is a favorite of mine although we only sight them once in a blue moon.. smile.
Take care, my friend. xo

janice15 said...

snow globes, I love them too.. I have several and half to stop myself from getting more.. I have little ones but a couple of big ones.. this is a pretty one with love Janice

TARYTERRE said...

I love redbirds and snowglobes. What a perfect combination. There is something spiritual about those birds.You always seem to see them when you need to.

Stephanie said...

Oh Sheri, I love your snowglobe! My precious grandmother loved Cardinals so every time I see a Cardinal I think of her.

Love and hugs to you, friend!

Marijana said...

I love snowglobes too, when I was child they este my obsession:) this one is beautiful.
Hugs

NanaDiana said...

That is really cute, Sheri! I love cardinals, too, and we are fortunate to have them here at our feeders all winter. I will try to get some pictures for you this year. xo Diana

Tassell, Tea pot, and life down under said...

That is one sweet snow globe. You are blessed with beautiful family, and your daughters are lovely.
Hope you have a good week dear friend.

Beatrice Euphemie said...

I love your new snow globe, Sheri! Miniature, magical worlds! We don't have cardinals here, either, but I have seen them on vacation in Arizona. Love your frosty rose, too. Hugs xo Karen

Soniya Gauchan said...

I will surely send u the pictures of red birds if I see them in Nepal
That snow globe is so cute

Imogen said...

This snow globe is so perfect, I could look at its beauty for ages.

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

Good morning dearest Sheri! You know that if I'm late to a post, it's because of my crazy school schedule. But the mornings is when I catch up and here I can see you have peaceful beauty on your mind....we have many cardinals in our yard and if I am able to snap a photo of one, I will send it to you! They are hilarious to watch, especially those busy males. They are territorial and do a challenge dance to see who wins over the space. Then comes the female, so cute with her gray body and little red plume.

Big hugs to you dear friend, Anita

miss b said...

Snow globes are so magical. I think mainly because they take me back to childhood. I would love to see one of those beautiful birds!

Bety said...

There really is something magical, enchanting snow globes in. As you step into another world ...

I also really love birds and red cardinal bird is very impressive. Unfortunately for us not to occur.

It can be found in southern Canada, through the eastern United States from Maine to Texas and south through Mexico.

You can enjoy here:

https://www.google.bg/search?q=red+cardinal&client=firefox-a&hs=B0i&rls=org.mozilla:bg:official&channel=fflb&tbm=isch&tbo=u&source=univ&sa=X&ei=fyBlVIrlEtPtao6YgZgH&ved=0CCAQsAQ&biw=1280&bih=913

Linda said...

It is gorgeous!!! I love snowglobes as well! I live in Montreal, Canada, and have only seen a few cardinals and they are such lovely birds.

Optimistic Existentialist said...

It's not too early at all. Only 39 more days til Christmas!!! :)

Jemma@athomewithjemma said...

Sheri,
Snow globes are so magical aren't they?
I have a small collection myself and some of them play music too.
We have a Mr. & Mrs. Cardinal that live in our Wax Myrtle Trees-I too will try and snap a photo and send you a picture of them.
I really like yours and the symbolic meaning it has for you, your rose dusted with frost is very pretty too.
Have a lovely weekend,
Love,
Jemma

marciapilar.net said...

Oh, I love snow globes too, my friend. I think they're magical. Miss AJ collected a few when she was younger, I have one I love to stare at throughout the holiday season, with a train going in circles through the snow. Reminds me of Narnia. ;)
And now I'll think of you each time I look at it. :)
No cardinals in South Florida, or none that I've ever spotted, but they are so pretty, aren't they.
Have a lovely weekend.
xoxo

Draffin Bears said...

Dear Sheri,

Love your sweet snow globe with the red cardinals. Snowglobes have always fascinated me too and the magical look they give, when you shake up the snow. Always reminds me of when I was a child and we had one.
Hope you are having a lovely weekend
hugs
Carolyn

Kristie Franklin said...

What a beautiful snow globe. We have plenty of Cardinals around here. The next time I see one I will send you a picture. I am also fond of snow globes and found one on West Elm of a deer among birch trees that I'm thinking of purchasing. They are so magical to me and it reminds me if when I was a child and was content to continually turn the one I had upside down for hours. When you are a child, little things can bring about very happy times.

I am preparing dinner for husband and I. Even though it is only the two of us he enjoys it so much I can't say no. LOL. So, I'll be at the stove most of the day.

In case I don't get back to your blog before Thanksgiving. Have a Happy one!