Sunday, March 23, 2014

Bouncy Pause

 Even though there is snow on the ground from a quick spring snowfall, I am recognizing spring today, the full anticipation of Easter and how personal our Savior is.

 The fairies are planning their appearance.  Did you see Saving Mr. Banks?  I watched it last night and shed some delicious tears at the end.  Oh, Mary Poppins.  I love her so much.  Walt Disney loved her, too.  Have you flown a kite yet this March?  I want to!

 #Waterlogue (again!)
 Gnomes are about at our house!  Brad and April gave me this gnome bird feeder!

 My sweetie pie sister sent me a gnome windsock!  Funny!


 The forsythia that my neighbor dropped off last Sunday (it was just sticks then) has begun to show her spring spunk!


 Another gnome offering from my dear sissy.
 I bought this for the guest bathroom, but now that the guest is gone it is on the dining room table.
 All I can communicate today is spring buoyancy.  I'm rested and refreshed by a good night's sleep.  I am so thankful for a personal GOD who draws me inward, to meet Him in a holy way.  Abundance.  He gives that kind of life.  Thank you for pausing with me.

20 comments:

TexWisGirl said...

love your tulip shot and edit! happy gnoming spring!

Terra said...

Cute gnomes and I like the 3 crosses, very attractive.

Elizabethd said...

Isn't Forsythia lovely. I brought some twigs in last week and now have a mass of gold. Delightful.

Lisa Richards said...

Saving Mr. Banks will have to be next on my list! I just watched Frozen...twice! I'm a big Olaf fan!
I love the Waterlogue pics! And your crosses are so great!
Looks like you're well supplied with gnomes. Wow!
Have a great day! <3

Angela said...

Still waiting to see Mr Banks, and also awaiting my forsythia to blossom!

But I know it will all happen in time xx

Debi said...

It looks spring has arrived at your house! We are still buried in snow! Love your little gnomes!

Kezzie said...

Beautifully joyful! He is a God of joy!!! X

Farm Girl said...

What a lovely pause. It is always nice to come in and visit. I love all of your gnomes.
Your flowers are lovely as well. I hope you have a lovely Monday.

Maggie said...

I'm definitely a Mary Poppins fan. I love the film although it wasn't one of my favourites when I was a child. Funny how we see things in a different light once we're adults. Have a lovely week xx

ann said...

We all need a pause and you made mine delightful. Waterlouge is wonderful.

Kit said...

Great photos! Are those handmade crosses? So lovely. Can't wait to see that movie. :) Kit

Jeannette said...

your anticipation for Easter and the watercolor...those thought and that painting alone are a posting of great generosity...and yet you just keep spilling out color and fun... fly on girl.

libbyquilter said...

it's always a pleasure to pause at your blog for a bit Pom Pom.
i'm finding the water color photos very appealing but don't know what waterlogue is?

take care.

:-)
libbyQ

Janette's Sage/Simply Your Decor said...

I loved the movie. It is one that has stayed with me...it and the Book Thief.
I am enjoying this Lent season before the Lord, the long winter has even made it more special. The time before Him.
Your pictures are great.

Left-Handed Housewife said...

I'd been waving on "Mr. Banks" but now have heard from several trusted sources that it's wonderful, so sign me up!

xofrances

Attic Clutter said...

HI Pom
...did you paint that beautiful Tulip pic..Love it and all your cherry posts (:) thanks on my cross..hugs and have a good one (:)
hugs,Patty

wayside wanderer said...

I really enjoyed Mr Banks, too. I had never given much thought to the author before. She must have been a Character with a capital C. :)

Heather L. said...

My mom gave me a bunch of forsythia this week and I'm looking forward to it blooming! :) Still so cold here with little sign of spring. But inside there is plenty to do....

GretchenJoanna said...

Are those YOUR waterlogue creations? Just so lovely!!

M.K. said...

Whatever yumminess is in that bunny cup, I want some!

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