Friday, October 15, 2010

For Friday

The weekend is upon us! Oh happy, happy Friday! Hooooooot Hoooooot.

According to The Owl Pages (now that's a straight and to the point website name), owls were a symbol of wisdom and helpfulness in early Indian folklore. There are sooo many owl necklaces available on Etsy, you could get one for each of your oh-so-helpful bridesmaids and even one for your wise mother. :)

Do you have plans ahead of you? Planning on enjoying October weather? Shopping for a Halloween costume? Or just going to relax?

Toot Toot:Majorly, big, huge thank you to Southern Weddings Magazine for featuring this
blog in V3!

Engagement Photos: A dog, A Fiance, and a really cute outfit.

Real Wedding: Amazing, blue and yellow craft happy wedding.

Giveaway: At Fine Little Day

Join: The Slow Food Movement

Shameless website mention: I've started my own Tumblr and uploaded some pics and video of my cutie pie baby, Sophia.

Photo: Vintage owl necklace from A Common Thread


Bubbles said...

Ahh, that owl necklace is simply adorable! However in some cultures, owls are believed to be a sign of bad luck. Seeing an owl roaming freely in an urban community is regarded by elders as an unusual phenomenon.

Jennifer said...

How interesting! I never knew that! Thanks for the info. :)

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