Tuesday, March 6, 2012

Spring is in the Air!

My old bike baskets are ready to welcome spring.

I know you are all waiting with me.

It won't be long until we are out hunting for fairies in the garden!

15 comments:

  1. Yes, I can feel it in the air. Spring is just around the corner.

    Hugs!
    Nancy

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  2. OMG I did not realize that you area fellow MINNESOTAN!!!!!!! HEYf.....I am in Northeast and teach in Edina!!! Well Nancy, thank you so much for visiting yesterday and we did have a LOVELY WARM day, didn't we? My dear students went out to recess and I KNEW they needed their snow pants, because all the ice melted and VOILÀ! Wet children!

    Enjoy another fine day and let me know where you are at! Anita

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  3. love the photo of the girls looking for fairies! Love even more seeing 'Auntie Cakes' come up on my sidebar letting me know that you have a new post!!! t.xoxooxoxo

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  4. Ahh, spring!

    Yesterday, Leah and I had fun walking out in the woods and fields and playing in the little rivers of melting snow. :) Perfect day for wearing Bogs in the mud and snow.

    I hope all is well with you and your family. Enjoy these lengthening and warming days!

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  5. i believe in fairies and will happily attend your party . . .
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  8. I'm with you! Definitely can't wait for spring:0) It's gorgeous today. Hope you are outside enjoying it. I'm about to!
    Happy Spring,
    Shelby
    Sorry I published this and forgot to spellcheck! It's all good now:0)

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  9. Spring looks so much more exciting there. Spring brings a ton of yucky (not colorful) brown leaves for me to rake. The joy of having Live Oak trees. The fall is pretty much the same with the Water Oak trees just not as bad. I was up on the roof blowing them off on Friday. First time in two years. I was afraid of the new height of the roof and the older part is a little more slippery than when it was new. But I just couldn't put if off anymore. Needless to say I survived but my roof already has more leaves on it. LOL. I mean really have you ever seen the massive oak that covers almost all of my roof line?

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