Monday, April 11, 2011


In 1995, when Fawn died, Heidi and Jos brought bulbs over from Holland. They, with Bill and Eric planted them in our yard. Every year they come up and I do not do a thing to them. This is one of them.
This is another one. I cut a flower from this one, and two from the Daffy's, and brought them in to put in a vase. They smell so good. Every year it reminds me of Fawn and her brothers and sister. This is my latest book. I just read a couple Fern Micheal's also. Some of hers I like better than others. I am trying to get through one now that I am not crazy about. This one is three stories and I finished the first one. Debbie Macomber cannot be beat.
This is my latest knitting project. I won't talk about it now, but I bet you can guess what it is. Something tiny and soft. Hope you have spring where you are too. It is going to go into the 70's here today but back to the 50's tomorrow. At least now we have hope.


Tam said...

I'm a Debbie Macomber fan too!
OOOO soft small cuddly knitting projects are always a good thing.
The flowers are just gorgeous and I would like to thank you for sending your Ohio weather our way, here in PA :)

Sonja said...

These flowers do look like spring! It must be a good sign they keep returning every year. And they bring back special memories.
This blog-entry looks better than the previous one, with the snow!
Wishing you a lovely, sunny spring.

Heidi said...

I KNOW what it is cause you already told me. :-) But will you go cuddle #3 Lynn in it???

I am glad the bulbs we brought with us come up again each year. It is always nice to welcome spring with bulbs. You should see Holland all decked out in daffodils at the moment.

That book looks good so happy reading! Just hope you can stay awake better than your daughter. Lol!

Love and hugs,

Susan in SC said...

I love daffodils! They are always the sign of Spring to me. Can't wait to see what you are knitting!

angelasweby said...

Beautiful flowers and beautiful memories. There's nothing nicer than Spring bulbs.
I think there's going to be a very cozy little 'un when your knitting's finished, Nancy :>)
Angela xx

onlymehere said...

I hope you have a great day too. Now that the sun's up it looks like I may see a peek of the sun today. It's seriously snowed or rained every day for a month. My friend's bridge was getting ready to be washed away last night. I hope it made it through the night. I'll have to call her later. We made the news last night with all the flooding we're having. Luckily my house sits up a bit and we've never had a problem but if this rain doesn't stop soon who knows. It's supposed to rain all the rest of the week so wish us luck!