Spring

 





Well I was going to spend Sunday at home since I’ve been taking an all day class every Saturday and could use a day at home. But, my daughter, Hannah said she was going to be visiting my daughter, Bonnie on Sunday so I jumped on the chance to be able to spend time with the both of them...and my grandchildren! 


The weather has warmed up quite a bit this week which is lovely. I drive past Dane Street beach on my way to work and sometimes it’s just so pretty that I have to pull the car over and take a short walk. 


I picked up some tulips at the market the other day. They look so pretty in the morning sunlight. 




Tucker’s meow-box came in the mail the other day.
He get’s pretty excited when the box filled with toys and catnip comes for him. 


Last autumn the toddlers I teach planted teach planted some bulbs. 
They are now beginning to come up!
It’s rough going to wrastle all the toddlers out of the garden so the flowers may look a little worse for wear...but happy Spring!



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  1. What a picture of your grandbaby, such wideeyed innocence and wonder. I am interested in the Meow boxes, what is the company they are from?

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  2. Cherished moments with your grandchildren. Since I moved to the mountains, I'm closer to my
    extended family, but I sure do miss those little ones. We will do a zoom meeting tomorrow so
    I can see their precious faces. Your wee one is precious and sweet.

    ~Sheri

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  3. Time with children and grandchildren is so lovely. Such sweet little faces. I'm enjoying bunches of tulips here, too. From the store, not the garden, not yet.

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  4. Haven't seen you around lately--hoping everything is ok.

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