I Dream Of Spring


I already have my calendar turned over to March. The snow here has been delightful but I am over it!! I’m ready for spring! It’s cold this morning but it’s supposed to be in the 50s tomorrow and in the 60s by Thursday! Shorts weather, I’m telling you!! Shorts!!! I’m ready for gardening–flowers and vegetables! And baby bunnies and kittens on the farm! And birds in the trees! We made pinecone and peanut butter bird feeders this weekend and hung them up around the farm. How about you–what did you do this weekend? Spring headed your way?

And for the Free Book Friday winner–lucky comment #13–Robyn! Click the Contact button on the menu above and send me your address and your pick from my contemporary backlist! I can’t wait to make croissant wraps!

Thank you to EVERYONE who participated! Lots of great ideas I can’t wait to try out.:cool:


  1. Cheryl S. says:

    Congrats Robyn! We love the croissant wraps too. I haven’t made them in a while. Thanks for reminding me. Suzanne, it is 23 degrees this morning here and there is SNOW. 🙂

  2. Toni Anderson says:

    DD and I are both desperate for spring!!

  3. catslady says:

    Congrats Robyn:bananadance:

  4. Lis says:

    Congrats Robyn!

    Spent yesterday going through my flower seeds and making a list of which ones I need to go out and get. Spring’s till a ways off here but getting close to the time to start some flowers indoors 😎

  5. Robyn says:

    Thanks Cheryl, catslady and Lis for the congrats. Thanks so much Suzanne for the win and prize.

  6. ruby55 says:

    The computer freeze strikes again!

    Blog attempt #2

    Congratulations to Robyn. WTG

    It’s still quite cold here in southern Ontario, as well and has been for about a week. I tried to pry the recyclables out of the garbage box, but no go. They were frozen solid in there from previous rains.

    I pretty much hibernated this weekend and just accompanied a friend of mine who wanted to do some shopping–well, she actually did mostly returns. It was good to get out of the house and just do *something*.

    It’ll be a while until we get warmer weather, I suppose. I remember that in 1980 the lowest temperature of the winter was -4 F on my birthday in March.


  7. ruby55 says:

    I was unaware that birds like peanut butter, too. I know mice supposedly do more that cheese. Our mouse traps are all scented with P.B. :talktothehand:

  8. Amy K. says:

    SO ready for spring! It’s supposed to be in the 70s sometime this week. :bananadance:

  9. Loreth Anne White says:

    LOL, hanging those peanut butter things in my neck of the woods is a criminal offense now 🙁 The first case of attracting wildlife was prosecuted last year. Makes me nervous to put bird seed out!! But I like live dangerously :thumbsup: