And then, there were…
After waiting so patiently, ahem, for them, they are finally here!
I just can't get enough if them!
They were almost glowing on a sunny day this past weekend.
My neighbor across the street has another variety that I just couldn't resist.
I love the dainty flowers against the rugged stone wall.
Yes, those are hens and chicks tucked in-between the stones of the wall.
Despite the predictions for snow (again!) this week, in my mind it is spring.
Snow on the shrubs behind the daff's this morning…
the weather just needs to move on!
Anything blooming at your cottage?
Welcome to this weeks
Cottage Style Party!
I spent my weekend spring cleaning and getting ready for my annual yard sale.
I'll be doing the same thing next weekend.
It is exhausting digging and sorting, moving and cleaning everything!
But sitting in a clean living room afterwards was worth it!
The yard sale is the following weekend, rain or shine, it all has to go somewhere!
Just so long as it is not at my cottage.
Anyone else want to admit to spring cleaning?
It looks like Penny hit some yard sales. I love how she left those thrifty price stickers on her treasures!
Can you believe that forget-me-knot tea set was only $15? Stop by Penny's blog Penny's Vintage Home to see more of her yard sale finds!
Looks like Sherry threw an Easter tea party! How cute are those chick cookies?
The basket of treats and vintage crochet trim napkins are perfect for this tea. Hop on over to Sherry's blog The Charm of Home to see the details of her Easter tea and her yummy chocolate crosses!
Tracie's garden is so colorful and lovely already!
Her garden is full of delightful flowers: camellias, azaleas, hellebores and tulips.
And I really love how the sweet woodruff spills over onto her flagstone path…so pretty! Stop by Tracie's blog Fishtail Cottage to see her lovely garden and don't miss the Coral Bark Maple….whoa!
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