Friday, February 26, 2010

It's Such a Great Day to have PFF!

What an awesome day! It looks like we are having an early spring, the Olympics are going our way and...I have 99 followers! I think at 100 I will do a giveaway!!!!!!

Anyhow, here's my contributions to PFF, Enjoy!



1912, imagine that a lot of ladies were named Edna back then, not so much now!

12 comments:

Postcardy said...

Happy PFF. I've never known any Ednas.

Linda said...

It's addressed to Mamie, and signed Elizabeth...guess Edna is a nick name for one of them? I've got a couple of Ednas in my family, and even worked with a Mamie once! Happy PFF!

Kymberly Decker said...

Such a Beautiful Card! I have an Edna in my family! She is my husband's grandmother! He's so lucky to still have her! She is in her late eighties and still going strong!
And you are right! The day is goreous !!

Have a great PFF Day!
Thanks for sharing, Kymberly

Marilyn said...

I knew 1 Edna.....Seems like the older generation name.
Great Post!!
Have a Wonderful Day!
Marilyn
xxoo

Snap said...

Beautiful birthday card. I knew an Edna. She was a lovely lady. Happy PFF!

viridian said...

Edna, Elizabeth, Mamie.... there is a mystery here I think.

CARMELINA LOUNSBURY said...

you're right, not a common name these days....except for Edna Mole from the Incredibles....but does that count??? lol

have a great weekend!
ciao
carmelina

steviewren said...

I know an Edna. Have you noticed how the old names are beginning to make a resurgence? I know lots of little Grace, and Gracies, Lillian and Lilys, Henry, Hank etc... In my youth everyone was Cathy, Linda, Susan, Carol and so on.

Sheila @ A Postcard a Day said...

I've often remarked on how names go in and out of fashion, and Edna is one of them.

Mary said...

I've never met a little girl named "mary". I wonder if my name will be like Edna to younger people in 30 years?

Dayhomemama said...

When I found that postcard, I had to have it. I have never met an Edna, so it was quite exciting, because that is my first given name. My parents from birth called me Vivi, so it wasn't until I came to Canada at age 10 that anyone started calling me by that name, I never really answered or responded to it and eventually I got to use my middle name. Viviana was my great grandmother's name, which I think is way better suited to me, Edna is definitely not me, a name which I never really liked...I thought it sounded harsh and old.
Cheers and thanks for stopping by everyone!

Irene said...

I know an Edna, nice lady. But you are right not too many Edna's around now. When my brother wanted to name is daughter Eunice, we all thought, Hmmm? Happy PFF a little late.

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