I'm joining Rosie today for the "My Sunday Best" link-up, one of my favorite places to be on the Lord's day.
I love the bow-shaped rhinestone buttons on this cardigan. Let's see if we can't get a better look at them, shall we?
Moving on to other fun accessories from this week's Mass ensemble: I actually wore earrings today, which is something I rarely do; and they were dangly ones, rarer still. But these beauties were a gift from my oldest son and his wife (for Mother's Day or my birthday a few years back), and I just love that they have not only pearls on them, but Miraculous Medals as well.
I wore another not-so-lovely accessory today: a collection of Band-Aids on my arm, to cover a long , narrow burn I got from the edge of a hot frying pan the other day. (I'm a fairly decent cook, but I'm an accident waiting to happen in the kitchen. I should really never go in there.)
On our way to the car, we stopped at the Mary Garden not far from the church entrance. I love this little garden. When I set out to write Erin's Ring and decided that my heroine would find an old Irish Claddagh ring with a mysterious past, I knew right away that she would find it poking up out of the dirt in this garden.
Speaking of Erin's Ring, I am hosting a giveaway over at Instagram (#erinsringgiveaway): I will be giving away a free signed copy of the book, with the winner to be announced on St. Patty's Day. If you'd like to know how to enter, click on the Instagram icon on the sidebar and it will bring you to my home page. I have been advertising the giveaway using pictures of my adorable grandchildren holding copies of Erin's Ring. Just "like" one of those posts and you'll be entered to win (and if you tag a friend, he or she will be entered, too).
That's it for me. Happy Sunday, everyone! Now head on over to Rosie's for more Lenten fashions.