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Updated: 2018-04-10T10:14:03-07:00

 



Just Warming Up

2018-04-10T10:15:11-07:00

Kinda grumpy looking isn't she? LOL... I walked out to the garden yesterday to check on the progress of the snow peas, and beheld this gorgeous thing. Swiss Chard that survived throughout the winter. With little else to rival it's glorious colors, it's an eye-catcher for sure. And just look what we have over here. After three+ weeks, the snow peas are finally making their debut. Still keeping my fingers crossed. Jack Frost may still be lurking. He's been known to do that, as late as June (here in the northwest). In the meantime, while I wait on the weather...



April Showers

2018-04-03T11:00:33-07:00

April has arrived . . . time to flip another page on the calendar. The deer are back! There were three yesterday; they wasted no time getting back into the routine of nibbling the foliage and snoozing in my backyard. They are shedding their dark winter coats and looking rather patchy just now. After the deer moved on, the cottontails crept out from under the bramble and took up the nibbling where the deer left off. Followed by flocks of red-breasted robins prompted by the misty rain and the promise of worms. Cloudy skies and April showers continue, but sunshine...



Lambkin

2018-03-28T14:22:58-07:00

Oh my, how time flies...little lambkin is turning 12! I know. Hard to believe isn't it? If you've been a regular visitor of my blog, you may remember this little stuffie, first introduced here in 2006. And also, little lambkin's first birthday celebration, (just as Miss Grace's dollhouse bakery enterprise was starting up. Click on the gallery link on that post to view photos of those glory days.) The link for the *free Lambkin pattern* is at the bottom of the first post. And it's also available at the PatternBee Vintage Embroidery Shop under Free Stuff along with some other...