A Little Greeting

   Hello there, it’s been a bit! These have been some rough few weeks around here. Not one, but two bouts of family illnesses to work through (I’m still now 100%) and a death in the family have made it hard to get back into a productive routine. I’ve missed making though, and talking with you here….and although I loaded these pictures up onto blogger nearly a month ago, I thought I’d still share them with you. This is a bit of what was going on in late February, projects finished, animals loved, bulbs just starting to bloom, chickens out and about in the yard….

    The weather is starting to stabilize into being decidedly ‘springtime’ now…..and while it makes things very beautiful, it also seems to make my allergies go haywire! I cant wait to be well enough to go out and explore though, see all the blooms and enjoy the sun….I love when the world is full of flowers again, and I’m anxious to get back into the garden after months of sound sleeping….

  Will write more, and hopefully more cleverly, very soon!~h

2 thoughts on “A Little Greeting

  1. Oh my, another round of late Winter illness! I do hope everyone is getting over their sickness and getting on the well side of life again. One of the hardest parts of the winter season is the continual circulation of viral and bacterial illnesses. It is most prevalent when the weather is cold too, just adding another layer of being stuck inside and getting little done. On the flip side, your signs of Spring arrival are beautiful!! How I love the brave Crocus arriving when it is still freezing at night and snow happens. Talk about resilient!! They have always added that assurance that Spring is actually happening despite what the landscape looks like. I do hope your OK days are finally warming up a bit and with the lengthening of the daylight hours, more and more signs of Spring burst forward! Get Well soon Sleightholms!!

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  2. I love that pin cushion at the top- so pretty! And that copper kettle too. Beautiful. It will probably be another couple of weeks before we see a crocus, but I am looking forward to it!

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