It's Here! It's here! Spring! It's here! I'm SO excited to see the sun again!
And green grass,
and daffodils that wave a cheery hello!
The irises wait for their turn as their leaves get taller...
Even the little weeds in the back yard are bursting with teensy, tiny flowers to celebrate!
Look how tiny these flowers are next to my pinky.
The tiny clover patch is beautiful shades of green and purple splendor.
The house is filled with decorations that say "Welcome Spring!"
The dining room table, where the pretty daffodils rest in the Spring vase; the colors bright...
The kitchen decor, where the "big guy" sits on the plant table,
The front bath, where the bunnies sit on the counter with their basket of carrots,
and this one rests near the extra tissue...
Even in the blue bathroom (with its Americana theme), this bunny seems to be saying
"I love America too!"
In the corner the tall bunny stands up in greeting. He looks like he's come from England with his cheery basket of eggs,and I sometimes think he should have a bow tie.
For some reason I always 'hear' him give his greeting in a British accent.
"Ello! 'Ow are yew?"
The mama goose shines beautifully with her necklace of flowers and babies staying close.
And remember those little Easter Egg Magnets that we made here?
Here they are on the welcome signs for the guest rooms with more fun magnets.
Ahh...the Spring air in the house, as the breeze pushes out the old, stale air ...
The back door beckons us to go out into the yard and enjoy! And that's what I'm doing!
The dogs are even enjoying the nice weather.
Chloe, our daughter's mini-dachshund, lives up to her breed by listening...
and digging...for moles.She looks so cute with her ears perked up, looking down at the ground.
And of course, hubby's dog Molli had to investigate.
"Hmmm....any moles in this hole?"
Cute ... and they've gotten a mole or two before... but oh... the holes!
"I'm just doing my job, Grandma!" she says when I tell her to stop digging.
Molli loses interest with no mole activity and finds a sunny spot...
and a chew or two on some limbs that have fallen.
Doesn't it look like she's smiling?
And apparently she feels she must bask in the sunshine - stick in mouth.
Crazy what nice Spring weather will do to you! Ha!
I hope you are enjoying Spring in your little 'neck of the woods'!
Do what you must . . . but know you MUST . . . go outside and enjoy Spring!
Hugs and blessings to you!