Monday, March 30, 2009

It's another Beautiful Monday!

I can't believe another week has rolled around. Sorry, I haven't dropped in for a while - we had a wonderful Youthfest last week - so we were gone quite a bit. And this weekend - I'm doing a wedding so I'll be a busy girl this week too.

This is a picture of a March Lilly (or daffodil) that was drooping its lil' head this morning 'cause it was heavy with frost. A very cold night we had - but the sun in shining this morning and it's warming back up. Hard to believe that we are about to close out another month so with that thought ---

"Let us not hurry so in our pace of living that we lose sight of the art of living." - Sir Francis Bacon

These are words I need to take to heart myself!! Wishing you all a wonderful and bright beginning to your week.

Blessings, Cathy


Darlene said...

That is a beautiful daffodil. Mine are starting to come up.....can't wait to see them this year.

Stacey said...

What a sweet post. Hope you have a wonderful week Cathy.

belladella said...

Happy Monday! My daffodils are popping up everywhere. It makes me so happy.

Deb said...

I like the saying, we all need to remember that one. Pretty daffodil.

Linda / Behind My Red Door said...

Lovely picture - lovely quote - lovley post!!

Donna Lynn said...

My daffodils are coming up finally! Isn't Spring wonderful!?
Beautiful saying too, thanks for sharing.

phylliso said...

I stumbled onto your blog & have spent the morning reading & delighting in your pictures & crafting ideas,you inspire me,thank-you!
We just bought a greenhouse in the fall.How do you heat your greenhouse?Do you heat all winter?I`m new at this.Your flowers are beautiful.I fear I may have started seeds too late though alot are up...phylliso

Jewell said...

Hi Cathy,
I have been looking at some blogs to help me with getting one started myself. I found yours to be very uplifting. I especially liked that fact you talked about prayer, your family and I loved the photo's of your shop and the things you create.I'm an antique dealer and hope to be able to get a blog going soon. Blessings from Jewell, Foxglove Antiques.