I WISH I could fill my car with the spring blooms I'm seeing at the grocery store. Do you think people buy that many flowers? I snap photos and rarely purchase posies.
It's been cold in the afternoons lately. I've been out walking and I find myself cutting my walks rather short because I'm cold. There really isn't much to look at this time of year, but I think this ornamental grass is a lovely wheat color. Maybe I'll buy some when I begin the garden season.
The robins come in March, I guess. Can you see Robby hiding in the bare branches?
I was tidying up for Sam and Plum's recent sleepover and I got sidetracked by yarn. I made a little stash storage spot.
Timothy is about eight months old. He's a cat teenager, I think. He is starting to look like a wise old guy.
Kelli's family is in Hawaii. Miss Bug looks cute with a tropical background!
Aw, baby Noah. He's such a bundle of cuteness.
I finally hung this canvas titled (by me) The Popsicle Brigade. Plum Cake was a babe in arms so she's not in the photo.
More striped loveliness . . . aw, Tim.
Craftsy was having a yarn sale. I'll be making socks until the cows come home.
Sometimes Tim makes it hard to read but I'm enjoying Eve in Exile by Rebekah Merkle. I was mesmerized by The Devil in the White City written by Erik Larson. It's about the Chicago Worlds Fair in the late 1800's. It isn't a novel but it IS a page-turner!
The pink hyacinth I DID buy at the grocery store has provided a lot of joy, good scent, and photo ops.
We went to the mall early today. Frankly, I get bored walking there but I entertained myself listening to the audio version of Ballet Shoes by Noel Streatfeild. It sounds so beautiful.
This strawberry that sits on top of the smoothie store at the mall is cute, isn't it?
Isn't this dusty chandelier fancy? It hangs at the Italian food booth. I think it would look nice in our dining room.
Are you happy that it's March? I am. I don't mind if the wind blows or if we get a big snow storm. Do you have a kite? It might be a good idea to buy one.
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