I'm off tomorrow, yea. I finally got out some of my Easter decorations and decorated the fireplace mantel in the den. I am making a banner to hang up too, haven't finished it yet. I would rather decorate for Easter than Christmas, don't know why. Here are some of my bunnies:
The bunny and chicks on the right were made by Vivian at Viv's Whimsy.
Hensrule has just recently been awarded with the Liebster Bloggers Award. This is such a fun award for me to win because of its meaning. In German Liebster means dearest, beloved or favorite.
We were awarded with this honor by Pammy at http://www.thymesquaregarden.blogspot.com/ , who tells us that as part of the tradition it is passed along to 5 bloggers that have motivated and inspired. Pammy is an inspiration herself with her passion for preserving heirloom plants and herbs for future generations.
Thank you, Pammy, for this award.
The rules for accepting this award are as follows:
1. Link back to the person who gave it to you and thank them.
2. Post the award to your blog.
3. Give the award to 5 bloggers with less than 200 followers that you appreciate and value.
4. Leave a comment on the 5 blogs to let them know that they have been offered this award.
I gladly pass this award on to the following blogs and give them each 5 stars for the inspiration they have given to me!
It's a little late for me, but I couldn't wait till morning to post these pretty pictures of my swap gifts.
Wilma and I have been having fun opening boxes this evening, so I want to share with you.
These cuties are all from Viv at http://www.vivs-whimsy.blogspot.com/
Have you ever seen such cute things. And she Makes these things! I just love the Cupcake Toppers. And look at the chick and bunny ornie!
Good Morning, I'm tuned in to Pandora.com this morning listening to 20th Century Radio. Clair De Lune, for piano by Cincinnati Pops Orchestra, Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring for piano, by Gabriela Montero, Bach & Beyond. So beautiful. Have a sunny day :-D
Here's a bouquet for you.
When you have only two pennies left in the world, buy a loaf of bread with one, and a lily with the other. ~Chinese Proverb
I'm so far behind I think I'm first! We have been blessed this week at the library with donations, and I've been busy processing and cataloging. I don't know when I'll get finished. Just look at some of these titles:
And at least that many painting books and biographies and books about England, Ireland, and Scotland.
I feel a little giddy and light-headed, I think I died and went to heaven! (Did I mention I was falling behind?)
I Can't Stop Reading!!
This past week-end we had the pleasure of going to the Fairhope Crafts and Art Fair in the beautiful City of Fairhope. For those of you who have never heard of this place, here is a brief description from wikipedia:
Fairhope was founded in November, 1894 on the site of former Alabama City as a utopiansingle tax colony by the "Fairhope Industrial Association": a group of 28 followers of economist Henry George who had incorporated earlier that year in Des Moines, Iowa. Their corporate constitution explained their purpose in founding a new colony:
"to establish and conduct a model community or colony, free from all forms of private monopoly, and to secure to its members therein equality of opportunity, the full reward of individual efforts, and the benefits of co-operation in matters of general concern
Hi everyone and good Monday morning. Guess what? I'm so excited because this Wednesday, March 14, I will have a guest appearance on "Scene of the Blog" with Cathy at http://www.kittlingbooks.com/! So go on over and check it out Wednesday and you will see where I blog and read and play on my days off from the library. I love this site, I get to read about new books I may want to read or order for our library. And I get to meet so many other bloggers out there like me who love books, too. Thank you, Cathy for having me as your guest!
Oh what a beautiful day! Spring is just around the corner in our part of the country.
I went home for lunch to check up on Wilma since my husband is gone to the fish camp and she really didn't like me leaving her alone all day. So, I took her for a walk and we gathered the eggs from the henhouse.
Then we looked at the flowers and garden and picked a few azaleas.
The hens have really started to lay. They like this warmer weather.
So we put our flowers in some water and put them in the kitchen window.
Oh, I wanted to stay home and read and look out the window. Maybe sit out on the porch.
Fruit trees are in bloom. But, lunch hour is over, time to go back to work.
"I helped you gather eggs, WHY can't I go with you??"