Sryashta spins golden yarn inside which she weaves your fate. (If you are a good and kind person, she may just take matters into her own capable hands and improve it.)She is the goddess of good fortune and serves as the household assistant of Mokosh, the Slavic earth goddess.Sryashta is a variant of the Dolya/Nedolya myth.
I love this collection and am so happy to have one from you...
Great shot!So what is in each of them? Tomorrow's post, with lids off?
I love your boxes!
Those are cute! Do you put anything in them? I used to collect music boxes. Then I married my hubby who is in the Navy and they broke almost all of them when we moved. Oh well.
Mmm, I do have a fondness for little boxes, too.
I love your little boxes.They are too kewl.
This is getting spooky. We have the same S & T, or you post the same idea I had (I was going to snap a photo of my raw whole chicken for last weeks') for so many of the show and tells. I posted my box collection too. We had some weird specific-deadly wasp last year. But small and black. Also harmless. But 2", that would scare me.Congrats on the wireless. I am addicted. But you will spend more time on the computer.Thanks so much for your continuing book reviews. If I ever start reading again, I will rely on your recommendations.
Well, seeing as I only have 10 little boxes (and one that I may still have but couldn't locate in the short inventory I just did mentally and geographically), I guess I wasn't thinking of myself as a little box collector. But I am! I'll find that poem (I think it's a set of poems and email you or post them.)Oh, and my guess for contents? Most of them are empty. Although I keep safety pins in one of mine and push pins in another. Little boxes are just nice...to have around. Esp. if you have nice sills like BB does...
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