How lucky to be greeted by a sunny faced daffodil when you returned home. I like your sketch. I have missed your people. I always feel inspired by seeing your people. Your scrapbook project is cute too.
Wow a daffodil, how wonderful! None around my neck of the woods yet, but soon, I know it will be soon!
It is hard to believe that there are daffodils blooming somewhere.......and I love your creativity!
I liked your face sketch Steph. Also love daffodils as they fill one with the hope of approaching spring and summer.
Still waiting for our first daffodil - you beat us to it. Love the sketch!
Love that your daffodil is up! Mine are still just green sprouts but soon... very soon there should be some happy little blossoms!Di
Ah spring . I know its coming .. ever so slowly here .. we're due more snow .. but in Riverside Park there is a forsythia bush that got tricked into blooming by the warm weather a week or so ago .. now its pretty yellow buds are frozen from the snow that fell Sunday into Monday
That daffodil fills my head with thoughts of spring! I can't wait! xoSarah TheWeatheredWord.blogspot.com
I love the little picture holder, very nice. I bet you had fun making it. denise
Cute little book! Your grands will love it.Your yard is giving you flowers? Oh how lovely. You'll be into the summer weather before we get our bulbs to bloom! lol.
i'm so envious that you have daffodils in bloom! it is raining, sleeting, snowy tonight. blah! the board book is so cute.
Now that must have made your day! A daffodil to greet you on your return.You've made a dear little book, Stevie!
I personally like the sketch :)
I love this blog post. I can feel Spring ooming and I am looking forward to it! I love the little book that you made...can't wait to see what pictures fill those pages.
Wonderful board book! SO CUTE!I looked LONG and HARD at your daffodil! SO LOVELY! I keep straining my eyes along the woods LOOKING for the first green of my daffodils. Think we have another month before we will have THAT kind of green!!!!!COME ON SPRING!
I love that little book! Those things can be so versatile and who wouldn't want one of those as a gift? Homemade is so much better than anything store bought. My pottery class is really coming along, although I'm making so many things, I don't know what I'm going to do with all of them. Will post pics as soon as they are glaze fired :)
Spring has truly progressed in your part of the world, here it is time for crocuses first and they are probably growing under the last snow.;) If we are lucky we will see daffodils for Easter.;)xoxo
I'm glad you stopped by and I look forward to your comments. As Dr. Fraser Crane would say, "Hello, I'm listening."