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February 26, 2010


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Karen at sew and sow life

ahhhh...soaking this up as i am fireside and snowbound. thanks.


Hello my friend :) writting from my parents'. So much poetry in your photos today ... eye candy too. I hope you have a most wonderful last weekend of February oxoxo hugs


This is exactly what I needed to see in this moment. I could just hug you.

susan jonsson

Am am breathless....that blue curtain, the light....the tiny snail...such tenderness...beauty...LOve....Amazing....thank you....william carlos williams and his red wheel barrow come to mind.


omg...so cute!
Love the snail!
(and thanks for the great feedback! it helps more than you know!)


love these! My kitty would EAT the petals! How did you prevent it??


The color combinations in the photos bring to mind a kaleidescope; I think I have a piece of Kaffe Fasset fabric that sings like that. :)

Thank you for the poem; I'm looking forward to March too, I am very through with February...

Lovely World

I like March as well. Some of the reasons: longer days, the earthy smell of mud as the ground thaws, the early migrations and awakenings of frogs and salamanders, and maple sugaring. My family has made maple syrup for generations, and the sugar house in March is the place to be!

Jen G

Just wanted to let you know that I found your blog about a month ago and now it's become one of my favorites. Beautiful photos, wonderful art and crafts, lovely writing, and a shout out to the winter Olympics too! I'm a transplanted Torontonian living in B.C. for the last 15 years, mom of one, crafter of lots, and just returned from the Olympics with my daughter. And I love March. Happy almost spring!


Gorgeous colors! Just what I need to see on another dark winter's eve.

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