Wednesday, May 15, 2013

Post Mother's Day

 Come inside this fairy house, won't you?  

 Have some peaches and cream.  Don't babies look perfectly darling when they wear bonnets?
 Here's Birdie!
 Cousins go in and out of the Wendy house!

There were so many tulips for sale on Mother's Day.  I think tulips look good enough to eat, but of course I don't eat them.  
School is VERY busy and looking at my planning book, I sort of get the shivers.  There is too much to do.  
I'd like to do a little knitting or read for hours.  Soon I will.  Oh, and the garden . . . YIKES!
How does your garden grow?


♥ Tina said...

Sweet little house and sweet little grands! :)

Holidays are coming PP! :) xxx

Nancy McCarroll said...

Today is the last day of school here in GJ so you must have a week or so left.

Love your girls in their Wedy house.

TexWisGirl said...

sweet little girls. :)

Lisa Richards said...

Love the little fairy house! I've always loved the idea of living in a tiny house and this would be a nice design. Your little grands are having fun in the sun! We're finally getting some of that warmth in northern Minnesota. Don't worry, summer break will come soon and you can have all sorts of good fun! :)

Sue McPeak said...

Look at those cutie grand gals. Yes, I do love them in bonnets and playhouses. Pretty Tulips. I got some for Mother's Day. They opened just today, so I took pics and posted them to share with you.

Not long now until summer vacation. I know you are ready.

Sue CollectInTexasGal
Rattlesnake Butte on AtoZ RoadTrip

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

Coming here always makes me smile...your place is sooooooooo cheerful!
Beautiful pictures..thanks for sharing your joy!

no spring chicken said...

We must, must have a Wendy house. And we will not call it anything else. :)

Yes, babies are delicious in bonnets as are tulips. No, I don't eat them either!

The garden is weeded. Plants are started inside, but I wouldn't dare move them out quite yet.. weather is still too unpredictable.

Blessings, Debbie

Attic Clutter said...

oh what a yummy post..(:)
food kids flowers
love love the little house(:)

Lisa Richards said...

You asked how big the ATC's are that I'm making. They're 2.5" by 3.5". I'm looking forward to making some for you!

Lisa Richards said...

It seems like only yesterday you were shivering at the thought of school beginning, and now you're almost back to SUMMER! YAY!

Gumbo Lily said...

Sweet fairy-grand-children. I like tulips too. I have just a few this spring. Not enough snow for them this winter.

wayside wanderer said...

Has spring finally sprung? No garden here, just herbs, roses and other posies. I wish you peaceful minutes in between all your end-of-the-busyness. I will be over soon.

Melanie said...

Oh Miss Pom Pom I ADORE the Mary Poppins on your page ! lol
She looks as though she is being carried off into the sunset to follow her dreams. I cannot believe how much your baby Grandaughter has grown , what a little sweetheart she is ! Oh those eyes and the rosebud lips.....gorgeous !

debbie bailey said...

It's growing pretty well! I've been putting in an hour or so a day and it shows. Gardens have to be nurtured just like children or they won't thrive. Your blog always looks so cheery! Just like you!