Sunday, May 2, 2010
The Chosun was allowed to purchase and import items from other countries in Asia just not from Korea. Those countries that the board deemed safe for the buyers to travel to and shop in, I should say. Many times while the buyers were in China they were able to purchase items from Mongolia. So for today's Blue Monday post I would like to show you all a wonderful pair of baby shoes from Mongolia. I just love these sweet little shoes....
I sure did enjoy my time at The Chosun. Many happy and fun memories were made within the walls of that gift shop.
Now just because Mother's Day is fast approaching I thought I would share will ya'll one more piece of blue.
My husband purchased this beautiful Wedgwood plate for my very first Mother's Day. My oldest child, Daniel, was born January, 1989 in Frankfurt, Germany. I was so young, 21 years old, and so far from home. Most of the first few years of his life it was just him and I as hubby was constantly deployed. BUT somehow that sweet little child managed to survive my first attempts at motherhood and at the end of this week will finish up his junior year at the University of Kentucky. To my Daniel, thanks for leading the way into what has by far been the best years of my life...motherhood. :)
Please join Sally at her blog, Smiling Sally, for other wonderful "blue" posts.