I am with you! I am counting the days down until I can "play in the dirt", as hubby says. Good to see you blogging again, I missed ya!Hugs!Pam
I can almost sniff the wonderful fragrance of your flowers - thanks for sharing on such a cold day here in sC. I enjoyed reading your paper piecing tutorial - we do it pretty much the same and it is one of my fav techniques too.
Spring can't come quickly enough for ME!!! Thanks for the flowery post!!!
I am so ready for spring to get here. I miss the warm sun and the sweet summer breezes. Come thou summer breeze come.
Great flowers in your garden. I am not much of a gardener, we have so many rock here in Warsaw, but I do have some native plants in my yard, that is much easier that trying to grow something from another area. Love your blog.I quilt some and rug hook, but have not done paper piecing.
What a beautiful garden! Eye candy. :o)
Oh, your garden is beautiful! I can't wait to see them in the spring!!!Thank you for sharing beautiful photos and I'm glad to see you back here again.
I keep thinking I'm going to try some winter sowing, but haven't so far. I do scatter seeds on the ground in the fall, though.I sure enjoyed seeing your pretty flowers. Those sweet peas look great in a mass like that. I think I thinned mine too much last year.
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