Tuesday, April 8, 2008

Spring is coming...

Sunday when we got home from church I noticed these pretty flowers blooming on the side of our house. My tulips and daylilies are starting to come up and the grass is getting greener, I am so glad that winter is over. We are getting more rain today, we have been having alot of rain plus we had a lot of snow, it is making for a very wet spring. They should began planting in about two weeks but if it does not dry out it could keep them out of the fields for awhile. Please pray that everything goes well or else I could have a very grumpy husband. AAHH!!What do you think of my new fashions? I thought I would go back a "few" years and bring back so good styles. Not really. I am going to participate in the Midwest Old Threshers "Log Village" and you have to wear pioneer clothes, so I will be having someone make me this dress. I think it is going to be a lot of fun, Eric's Aunt DeRene and her kids and some other friends will be doing it too. I will keep you posted on the progress of the dress. Old Threshers is a lot of fun, check out the link. Come visit us and go see all there is to see. We would love to have you.

6 comments:

Jackie said...

Happy Spring to You!!! Your darling little crocuses are a definite sign of spring! I remember them as one of the first flowers we would see in Idaho each spring!

Love,
Sonia

Charity said...

Ok, I'm in shock... My mom left a comment!! It's an earth shattering event!

Breathe, breathe...

Yay for spring!! I told you it was coming! - although it's feeling more like summer here today! Oh, well. I can't wait to see your dress! What fun!!! :) Are you going to take your knitting? Maybe you need wooden needles. :)

Rusty said...

So glad to see spring has sprung! My big rose bush has about 36 big flowers and buds on it. The others are also starting to bloom. Can't wait to see you!
Glad to see that Sonia can post!!!!

Melissa said...

I could take my knitting but yes I would need wooden needles. Any suggestions on the color of dress and apron? Thanks for the comment Sonia, I love to hear from you.

Tori said...

The flowers are very pretty.
The pioneer village sounds like so much fun, can't wait to see the dress!

John Deere Rox said...

hey mellisa.. i havent seen u in a looonngg time!!! how have you been?