Left-Handed Housewife is a wonderful author of juvenile novels. She possesses an intriguing and highly-entertaining writing style herself, but the other day she mentioned Ann Patchett, one of her favorite authors. Wow! I'm reading this one. GOOD!
Tina at The Quiet Home is reading Amish Peace. The Kindle price is a steal! Yay for another great blogger's suggestion!
Yesterday our school book fair began. Our librarian supplied a fiesta theme and served treats AND allowed early browsing for the teachers. I had never heard of the book above. A father (a librarian himself) read aloud to his daughter EVERY NIGHT from the time she was in 4th grade or so until she left for college. The daughter is the author. Reading this book makes me hungry for more books!
And speaking of book love, this photo is one I took when I was at our local public library with Birdie and Miss Bug. Isn't it cute? Everyone likes sitting upon toadstools.
Now for the smiles! Look at The Mad Hatter's face! Ha!
Look at Millie making a mess of my knitting! Ha, again!
It's ALMOST geranium time! Smiles all around! Don't geraniums remind you of all things cheerful? They look so nice in clay pots and they are the perfect finishing touch in a clean kitchen.
The bunnies are coming out of their underground homes. They are hopping about in our back yard when we get up in the morning. They just in time for the prelude to Easter. JOY!
Here's one last giggle for you. Jenny took this cute photo of Plum Cake. I am home today because I am the Mystery Reader at Miss Bug's preschool. She doesn't know I'm coming. I think I'll wear my ruby slippers.