He starts early and finishes late.
Planting, digging, trimming, mulching, mowing, sowing~
(He loves to play in the dirt)
is truly his passion.
Let's go for a closer look~
Homer posed for this picture-
he is a little jealous that Yeller Feller is becoming so famous!
this is MY outdoor contribution
to spring at our house~
I'm in charge of the
One of my favorite little spring time flowers
is the grape hyacinth~
this beautiful embroidery stitching
is from the talented hands
of my friend
Deb is already hard at work
on her beautiful contribution to next year's "Vintage Spring nest."
(I am SOOO excited about this nest!!)
xoxoxo- I love you Deb.
You can read Deb's story about her amazing handwork
HERE on her blog.
(this is why it takes almost a year to design and build a new nest design.
So much artistic handwork is dedicated to each little nest!)
and inside my house~
more beautiful signs of spring~
the newest addition to MY beloved nest collection
this beautiful spring nest was made for me
by my friend Karen Bailey
click the link below to read about her beautiful nest~
Karen's little nest is so beautifully unique --
I am in love with the variety of textures
and the little paper leaves.
Just seeing this little nest everyday
makes my heart sing!
Karen is also a contributing artist to my
"Vintage Spring nest" design.
You can read about her beautiful contribution here.
She is a super talented lady
with a heart of
Coming up next~
well,~~ I'm still working on the travel photos from our hiking trip out west. (OMGosh -- they are gorgeous!!) You don't want to see all 2000 pictures I am sure-- so I am sorting through them -- whew -- its a big job!! Coming soon ---
AND-- work has officially begun on the "building" of the Breast Cancer Awareness nest --- my Sacred Yarn room is an explosion of PINK yarn -- everywhere!! I'm busy, busy, busy~