Hello! My wife and I just got done checking out your blog and had a quick question. I was hoping you could email me back when you get the chance. Thanks! - Cam
You are so far ahead of us in the NC mtns. Spring is just coming; the daffy dillies are coming up and the wild cherries are in bloom. I am wondering if you start your seeds or if you use plants from a nursery... and now that I type this, it seems a little obvious, but could you share how you start your seeds, please?
Wow....I SOOOOO NEED TENNESSEE!!! Just a few states north of you in Indiana we are still pretty cold. No flowers have dared to poke their little heads up yet....I did put my 8 week old chicks out in the coop though...8 weeks in my bathroom was ENOUGH!!!! Blessings!!!!!
Hey. That picture in the frame was beautiful, is there anywhere one can buy that? Love you guys! :-)
Hey V and Girls, a beautiful day today. With all the water of recent days, hubby and I took several of our hand braided rugs and washed them in the creek, and today I took the notion to wash my hair too, was great!!! Almost like a 'Tale' scene of our very own. "))))
So glad the air is cool still too, so I can continue to have a fire in my sweet Pioneer Maid. Oh for the simple life. Yeah!!
Love you all bunches
God is good
I'm still waiting for our violas. They're just starting to come up where the sun has lingered longer in our valley. Once I get enough wood violets, I will make an infusion out of them and then turn them into a magnificent jelly. I do this also with clover and dandelions and may try lilacs and lavender this year, too.
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