Friday, June 17, 2011

What happened to her eggs?!! And my Prom Dress from Farm Chicks!!

I'm so sad...
What happened to her babies, I know she must be so sad.
And will this one make it?
I wish I could help her, be there for her when she needs a break to eat something or pee. I will keep you posted!
And here she is!
I just love her.

She's a litte wrinkled because she was mailed to me in a small box.

I love the soft pink and the beautiful soft shoulder straps.
They are removeable to be strapless!


She has a beautiful pink satin bow in the back.
I always say..no bows on my butt..but I might forget that rule this one time. If I could wear it.
It says it's size 12, well it's not!
No pictures of me trying it on...ever!

See the pretty bow..

Lots of fluff!


I just know this is the one I would have picked out long ago for the Prom.


I'm still dreaming.
Have a wonderful Friday blogging friends.
I do appriciate everyone visiting. It makes my day so much more happy.
xoxo
I'm linking with Debra over at Common Ground

And with Diann at The Thrifty Groove
And my first Pink Saturday with Beverly

14 comments:

Faye said...

Your vintage prom dress is beautiful! Love that bow!!!
Faye

Linda @ A La Carte said...

So sad about the eggs. I hope the one does hatch! You pink prom dress is gorgeous and exactly what I would wear to show off my princess crown! REALLY it is gorgeous and perfect!

Denise said...

Your dress is fabulous! It will be beautiful just hanging on a hanger in a bedroom. So sad about your eggs...any snakes or crows or hawks in your yard???

John said...

I know a lot of folks who don’t eat eggs (they’re allergic, for health reasons, or concerns about animal cruelty). Here’s an awesome site that gives tips on cooking and baking without eggs: http://EggFreeLiving.com

Ames said...

A snake or larger bird of prey probably got her eggs. That's a shame.

The dress is beautiful. It's funny how designers change their sizes over time. From the picture it looks like a size 6 instead. It would be lovely displayed on a dress form in the corner of a bedroom.~Ames

The Boston Lady said...

I love that dress! You MUST wear it to THE wedding in Sept! It is really beautiful. As for the eggs, I suspect critters got to them. How sad. I hope #1 makes it. I will work an egg-guarding shift if you need me to. Simply pay me with a glass of wine... Ann

Passionate for White said...

Sometimes the mother bird will push an egg or eggs out of the nest if she knows/senses they're not going to hatch.

Kathy said...

Oh the dress....... love it! I told you should have worn it home on the plane!?!?! What a FABULOUS time we had, wonderful memories with a wonderful friend ~ doesn't get much better than that!! Love ya! Kathy (aka chic!)

DearHelenHartman said...

Your pink prom dress is just DREAMY. The eggs - we know it's all part of the big circle but it still makes you wish nature were a little kinder, doesn't it?
So pleased to have found your blog from Pink Saturday - am a new follower now.

Pat said...

The prom dress is gorgeous! I love seeing it hang from a tree - wonderful yard art!!

JudyBug said...

The pink dress is just stunning.

Lorraine said...

Well, of course you just that that dress, it's amazing!! How fun! Good luck to your egg! :)

Julie said...

Beautiful pink dress! My best friend's name is Karen Sue!

Sanna said...

Hi KarenSue,

The dress is gorgeous!! I wish you would put it on and show us - or maybe one of your daughters..? I love the fluff :)

So sad to hear about the eggs. I wonder what happened. A big bird may have taken them and mama bird did not have a reason to stay in the nest anymore..

Happy week to you!

Hugs,
Sanna