Adorable ! enjoy sunday : )
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Thank you! 🙂
I love miniature terraria…..thank you for sharing this beautiful image Amy!
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This one is so cute and sentimental…
Thank you, Dr. Hb! 🙂
This song was our class’s graduation trip song to a tiny island off Poreč, Croatia. 🙂 Imagine a bunch of girls (and one boy) playing tennis, cards, guitar, drinking and yelling out this song. And it’s a lovely display.
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Perfect for the graduation trip! Thank you for sharing your sweet memories. 🙂
And I remember when this song was in the charts. Sung by Mary Hopkin, 😉
I heard the song on Youtube, I like the lyrics especially. 🙂
Since reading your post ( great images, by the way) I’ve been singing that song over and over. Strange how I can remember every word from all those years ago, yet I’d be hard pressed to tell you what I had for my dinner yesterday 😉
Happens to me, too! I can tell stories happened decades ago, but what did I do yesterday… 🙂
…….hmmmmm….now which day was yesterday……😉 Who cares as long as we enjoy!
As long as we enjoy, I agree!! 🙂 ❤
Wishing you a fabulous Sunday evening,
The Fab Four of Cley,
Same to you, the FEb Four of Cley! 🙂
That is the cutest little dodad.
It tells stories, too. 🙂
Fun little world, the fairyland, sweetness in the mini meadow. That you captured just the cup and the tiny world in it (not the store front or store window) made this very special, Amy.
Thank you for taking time to comment, Jet! This really is a creative and beautiful little cup contains sweet stories. I feel to go back there to buy it. 🙂
Good morning, Amy. Those were the days indeed. I love that song! I always do. I used to love it as a song, now I love it because it tells my story (and everyone else’s too) in such a few words.
What a great way to start my day 😉 Thank you! Have a great day.
So glad it reminds you the song you loved while back. The song didn’t come back to me, until I heard it on youtube. It tells sweet stories like this little decor work.
Thank you so much!
Beautiful decoration Amy ❤
Thank you for liking it, Anna!
Isn’t it? Happy to share it with you! 🙂
I feel spring coming!
Sunny and warm 😄
I bought that song on a 45 when I was in the 5th grade. It was the first record I bought!
Your first record you bought! And, I’m using it for my post title. 💖💖
What a charming capture 🙂
I so remember that song, which is quite sad really. Mary Hopkin had a lovely voice. (I’m listening to it now!) 🙂
She does! So glad you like the song. 💖😄
That’s a very old song!
Thank you, Tom! Some of the old songs I remember. It’s so easy to google. 🙂
Beautiful…thanks for sharing, Amy… 🙂
Appreciate your visit, Mani! 🙂
You are most welcome… 🙂
Oh, I love love love it!! 😍😍😍😍. We used to sing that song in school when I was about 13 😄😄😄
So glad you enjoyed it, Trini! 🙂 Hope you had a great weekend. 🙂
I’m so happy you referenced this song…it brings back so many wonderful memories. Perfect for your beautiful photos!
Thank you so much for letting me know, Elisa! Those were the days that I love to go back to in my dream, perhaps.. 🙂
How sweet this is and that was a lovely song!
The lovely song takes us back to those days… 🙂
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At 26 in 1968, I loved this: I really thought they were 🙂
A beautiful song to wake up to… Mary Hopkin had a wonderful voice.
Thank you so much for the link, Derrick!
They look like they’re in their own paradise. Who wouldn’t want it to never end? Lovely shots, Amy.
They were in paradise, they just didn’t know it. 🙂
Thank you, Dragon!
Beautiful composed shot. Seen up close it really looks so much better 🙂
Thank you, Ruby for taking time to comment. 🙂
Oh how sweet. These photos brought back childhood memories of playing outside with a friend with little miniatures similar to these.
Thank you, Karen! This miniature brings some sentiment of the past. 🙂
That’s a great song. Those miniatures are so cute, like they are in Neverland. 🙂
It is a cool song! The miniature is well made. 🙂
Those sure were the days! Lovely display Amy 🙂
Thank you, Julie!
Also, the theme song for a TV series, All In The Family …1971 – 1979 …
The series handled many very controversial themes ( race, sex, politics)
that most thought were taboo. This is were California birthed its liberalism.
Thank you for reminding the TV series! We watched the re-run recently… Maybe, that was way the title I picked came to my mind. 😄
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