Friday, March 8, 2013

a little color

The washed out colors of winter have worn out their welcome.


It is good to have some color in the house.  The daffodils make me happy.


Sawyer’s pink cheeks. I seriously can’t kiss them enough.


Speaking of baby cheeks. 


And babies in general.  I bought a small box of these little guys, you can see by his face he’s happy to be in his new home.



These big clothespins were on clearance at Michael’s.  That is why I bought a whole bunch.  Because you can’t have too many big clothespins…especially when you need them to hang your big underwear on the line haha.


Remember my last post and the snow covered lawn table?

This is from this morning, and the snow is still coming down.

March 8, 2013:


Spring, come soon!


Dawn Castor said...

Cute baby cheeks, both real and plastic!

Jemm said...

Hi there stranger! Wow, that is a lot of snow! I just bought a bunch of daffodils this morning. They were $2.50 for ten stems so I couldn't pass them up.

Linda said...

morning, I just found your blog via Dog Trot Farm....and began reading some of your sweet, love your blog!!! Do you have a button where I can join like other blogs??? I will follow you anyway, sweetness lives at your home.....

Jacqueline said...

I knew you would not let me down. I needed your peace and quite soul this morning in the world of such busy days. The spring, the snow, the babies and you even satisfied my clothespin addiction. Yes, I have a huge jar of clothespins!

Here in Washington, the sun plans to shine today. I am headed to Seattle to watch over and love my little pink cheeked grandson Alder, now 10 months. The brightest little man in my life.

Bless you and happiness sent!

Dog Trot Farm said...

Sawyer is just a luv, and those pink cheeks of his soooo kissable! The sun is shining, the snow is melting, my chickens are finding patches of green to explore and dirt to bathe. What could be better? Hope your snow is melting too! Greetings from Maine, Julie.

Prairie Rose said...

LOVE those baby cheeks and the pretty yellow daffodils.