Friday, March 4, 2011

Pretty Maids in a Row

                                                                                         
In our garden there are 3 of these adorable Daffodils standing in a row. I had to get really close since they're too small to show up in the frame. Spring is peeking her way into the landscape and boy am I happy about it. I have mentioned in my "Porch Sittin" post that we have recently moved to a new house. We have been here almost 6 months waiting for spring so we can get out in the garden to clean the beds rake the lawns and take a  to step back and IMAGINE.....for hubby and I this is almost the funnest part of gardening. Yes we BOTH love to get our work dud's on and get our hands dirty. Those moments of digging, fighting with roots discovering what lies beneath the pine straw that's been a protective covering through the winter is so much fun for us. We have found that whatever little plot of land we start with begins to "talk"...if we listen closely our Garden presents itself. What should be planted, where how tall or short, bush or flower perennial or annual. Gardening is an adventure...A surprise every time we get out in that dirt to find our way towards a garden that feels like US. I hope to share some pic's as we get started. These little yellow gems let off a "Twinkle" of excitement as they keep pushing their faces towards the sun. Loving the anticipation. I hope you find yourselves full of joy this morning ...excited to take on the day.  Karena
                                                                                          

2 comments:

  1. I can't wait to see it :) This is a beautiful, thoughtful collection of expressions. Thank you for creating it.

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  2. My picture isn't showing up. I like to figure out how all this neat technology works. I just bought a couple of daffodils and some hyacinths and am looking for a good spot to put them. My ground is really getting workable and has lots of possibilities. I have a sign I have been waiting to put up : Songbird Crossing.

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