|The dogwood in May|
I am busy getting the garden ready to plant. My dining room table is covered with veggie plants, herbs, and seed packets... near record low temperatures this past weekend prevented planting (the owner of the nursery was on the evening news warning people to wait if possible).
Now we are expecting near record high temperatures by tomorrow... sheesh. No wonder the groundhog was confused this year.
Tweaking the buffet for Spring
I decided to display a couple teacups which I haven't had out in ages. They are both shades of yellow that makes me happy just looking at them.
Both of the flower bouquets are made of silk flowers. They add so much color to the area and they don't need to be watered. ;)
Tweaking the kitchen
I'm still tweaking the placement of the vintage-look canisters but everything else is the same. Just imagine the antique Ball jar where the canister is and visa versa.
Very soon I'll write more about La Vita Vera. :)
I'm showing this beautiful needlework gift from Deanna because many of you saw her post about it on her blog a few weeks ago.
I think it was suppose to be a surprise but I left a comment that I had planned to make this same needlework eventually! It is originally from the Down to Earth blog... here.
I put it in this frame temporarily but I'm beginning to like it with that color of frame (which has been repainted so often, I don't remember the original color). It is hung just below the bulletin board in My Room which has reminders of blog friends.