Wednesday, April 29, 2009

These things are too cute!!!!!!

Look what fun things I found on the Real simple Magazine website!!!
I love these little critter mugs :)
bags!I would love to take my lunch in these too cute !!
What day woud'nt be made better with Chocolate Fondue!!

Cupcake carriers!! I wish I would have thought if that.

These little stickers you can put on your office supplies are the Greatist :)

Sunday, April 26, 2009

My First Year Planting a Veggie Garden!

Well here it is, the beginning anyway!Above I
started out with peas and carrots. Below, we
continued with three kinds of lettuce,
and Broccoli. We will be adding strawberries
in a large pot I have in the back and the rest
of the garden will be planted with green beans
and jalapeno peppers.Tomatoes will be added
next week. I am really excited to see all my work
grow and enjoy all the fresh veggies. Homemade salsa is on the top of my
In May, I will be planting Collard Greens,
cantaloupe,and sweet basil in a plot
I still have to clean out.
I will keep everyone up to date on what happens.
I am really excited!! I am not very good at
growing anything, so I am really eager to
see how things are going to grow!

Friday, April 3, 2009

Let's Celebrate Spring!!!

Flying a kite in the sunny spring time!!
Pink Cherry blossoms are my Favorite flower
of spring!
Ah,Spring- when the world is renewed once again.
The ephemeral beauty of cherry blossoms, whose blooms are so fleeting,
is a distinctly spring time joy. Here, we celebrate
the soft pink flower and other beauties unique to this time of the year
-the first harvest of spring vegetables, the arrival of
songbirds,and the gardens brimming
with color!

" The air and the earth interpenetrated in the warm gusts
of spring;the soil was full of sunlight....and
the grass underfoot had a reflection of the blue

sky in it" ___Willa Cather

" To cultivate a garden is to walk with God, to go hand in hand

with nature in some of her most beautiful processes, to learn something

of her choicest secrets, and to have a more intelligent interest awakened

in the beautiful order of her works elsewhere"