Wednesday, March 14, 2012

More and more looking like Spring

Goodmorning everybody!

Although not very sunny, Monday was still a nice day, and I even did some work in the garden. I had a pile of pruning stuff and leaves and all lying in a corner, and I have now two big plastic sacs standing in another corner, filled with it. So Today we can put it outside on the street, to be picked up by the truck that collects all the garbage . Yeah, good job.
Yesterday was grocerie time shopping again, well, it was also cloudy, but still rather nice outside. And it looking even better for the days to come.
Today still is cloudy, perhaps in the afternoon we will see a bit of sun, but tomorrow should be a great day. Sun and temps around 60 F!! It will not stay all week like this, but we will grab what we can LOL! May be I can sit outside for a moment in the sun, starting to have some colour back on the face, because it's looking really white at the moment, yak!
Today we will make it market day, I'll see if I can get us some veggies for a nice price, also need potatoes, bit of cheese, great things to buy at the market. May be even some seeds again for the garden. Jan is really enjoying seeding and growing the plants, and why not let him? We still have some pots to fill, so I certainly take a good peek at the flowerstand( and it's soooooo tempting!).

I receieved again a lot of clusters and QP's from Arlene, I told you she made some from the "A Breeze"kit, those I will post now. But she also made lots comining other kits, and you are in for a treat, I promise you. I will post them gradually, today the Breeze-ones.
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And another treat for you, made by Linda, also with the A Breeze kit, a lovely QP. You can go to her blog, to download it.

Ha, today we can watch a new episode of one of our favourite series at the moment. It's called "Larkrise to Candleford", serie of the BBC, I just LOVE it.

The series is set in the small Oxfordshire hamlet of Lark Rise and the wealthier neighbouring market town of Candleford towards the end of the 19th century. The series chronicles the daily lives of farm workers, craftsmen, and gentry, observing the characters in loving, boisterous, and competing communities of families, rivals, friends, and neighbours.

The narrative is seen through the eyes of a teenage girl, Laura Timmins (Olivia Hallinan), as she leaves Lark Rise to start a new life under the wing of her cousin, the independent and effervescent Dorcas Lane (Julia Sawalha), who is Post Mistress at the local Post Office in Candleford. Through these two characters, viewers experience the force of friendship as Laura and Dorcas see each other through the best and worst of times.

If you want to see or know more bout it, just Google the title and I believe you even can see a lot of episodes on You-Tube.

So our evening looks to be good again, LOL, but first we will have to make it a lovely day. So time to get dressed and prepare for the market.
Not before leaving you with another kit, "Touch of Tenderness"
Have yourself a beautiful day!
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CBH said...

Thank you so much for this post. I want to let you know that I posted a link to your blog in CBH Digital Scrapbooking Freebies, under the Page 6 post on Mar. 14, 2012. Thanks again.

Mat's Merry Memoirs said...

another lovely kit, thanx, I finally got one of my borders up, but the linking is still not working correctly, keep on trying! Miriam still really miserable with her flu! Hugs for a terrific day!

Edna B said...

I'm getting the itch to look at seed packages again. Some of my plants are beginning to come up now so I can't wait for their blooms. The ladies are doing a fabulous job with your kits. Now I'm off to learn more about our planets. You have a wonderful day, Hugs, Edna B,

Kay W said...

Oh... what a wonderful kit. Can't wait to play with it. You are a very talented designer. Thanks again.

Karen Lewis said...

Lovely kit - thank you. :-) We enjoyed watching Larkrise to Candleford when it first aired on the BBC. Lovely Sunday evening viewing.

heather said...

could i please have your permission to use your kits to make digi pages on craft artist's daisy trail. regards. Heather.

Orlie said...

Thank you for the Beautiful kit. I am down with a case of shingles and spend a lot of time going NUTS. But your kit gave me some sun shine today. You always do such great work and have a knack to pick people up when their are down.