Friday, July 17, 2009

Friday is here again, where does the time go?


This is a really gorgeous card, printed in England by Rotary Photo, London. The four photos are really pretty.

The back of the card reads

My Dear Daisy,

Just a simple card wishing you many happy returns of the day.

Adam
xxxxx



I just can't believe where the time goes! Seems like we just had Friday and here it is again. Postcard Friendship Friday #25, whew, the Friday's whiz by. Happy Friendship Friday, everyone.






You can find lots of beautiful cards here at Marie's link:



17 comments:

Miss_Yves said...

A plain, but heartfull message on this card !
The ladies are very fashionnable, I love their hats !

Blogaire said...

Really lovely card, my guess is 1920's? I wonder if Rita Martin and Lallie Charles were famous singers or film stars?

Lori R. said...

What beautiful glamorous pics...

steviewren said...

Hmmmm, "My Dear Daisy" ....wonder who Daisy and Adam were. I wonder what their lives were like. I love the mystery attached to old postcards.

mythoughtsmyvoice said...

I like reading notes :-) And you found one and written in a lovely postcard too! Nice!

Beth Niquette said...

These are just beautiful. I love the personality shown in these long-gone women's faces. What lovely postcards!

Happy PFF!

Geralyn Gray said...

I love the portraits of the women--I wish I had the courage to not smile for the camera----I did a postcard Friday post for the first time.....I admire your commitment---25----that's great!!!!!

Aimee said...

Beautiful card!!

Mandala Michelle said...

Lovely vintage images in that card. And I know what you mean, Friday came quickly this week.

Jodie LeJeune said...

Oh I love this one! I love the sentiment on the back, "My Dear Daisy..." oh it sounds like he loved her so!
Yes, I do agree that the Fridays are flying by~
everything vintage

JamaGenie said...

Debby, I love black & white photos that have been tinted. It took such talent to do it well. What a great card!

Sheila said...

I was intrigued by the names of Rita Martin and Lallie Charles so I did a bit of googling and discovered:
"Margareta 'Rita' Martin started her photographic career in 1897 when she helped her elder sister Lallie Charles to run her studio. In 1906 she opened her own studio, working in a similar studio to Charles, photographing subjects in pale colours against a pure white background, and focused on actresses."

Laura Haviland said...

I love this, just stuuning lovely.
I really enjoyed the note.
Hugs,Laura.
Your so awesome,

TattingChic said...

What a lovely card with beautiful vintage images! I love it!

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♥Da fambly cat-a-blog kitties♥ said...

L♥ve the card. Did I ever tell you that I ♥ your blog? I do? Come here often just to unwind☺

That shabby Pink Girl said...

I love all the Beautiful old cards, thank you for sharing, they had such a meaningful way of expressing their love in words back then, so Romantic I think,
Happy Pink Saturday to you.
marian elizabeth

Lynn said...

Thank you for sharing this lovely birthday car, and right smack on my birthday, too!!