Thursday, March 19, 2009

Welcome Spring!

And Spring arose on the garden fair,
Like the Spirit of Love felt everywhere;
And each flower and herb on Earth's dark breast
rose from the dreams of its wintry rest.

~Percy Bysshe Shelley




Only a few more hours and it will officially be SPRING! I can't wait, I had to make a quick blog post with some photos that remind me of one of the most wonderful times of the year. Can't wait to get out there and play in my garden. I have to get some onions, peas, lettuce and spinach seeds to plant this weekend. There are all sorts of veggies that don't mind growing in cool weather.

Still haven't been able to paint. I'm feeling much better but still have a horrible cough. Worked on a commission some today but since I haven't painted in 2 weeks it's taking me a bit longer than usual. That and my 3 year old is in the me, me, me phase and really doesn't like me getting anything done. How much longer is it until she's in kindergarten?

Well, onto the photos and then a few blog awards I've been given recently.

Pictures of my last horse when he was just 5 days old. Boy, I miss him. He was all head and legs then!




Longwood Gardens, one of the most beautiful places on earth!




I want to thanks the following wonderful bloggers for my most recent awards:
Gems by Jerri
Little Studio Photography and Jewellery
Sand & Sea Designs



11 comments:

aquariann said...

Gorgeous spring photographs!! I have heard lots of great things about Longwood Gardens from coworkers, but have yet to get there myself.

artbyakiko said...

Beautiful pictures! I LOVE the horse pictures. The baby is so adorable.

Carol Buck & Dottie Martz said...

I love your Spring photos, it is my favorite time of the year too! cute foal!

Jennifer Rose said...

I always get a chuckle from looking at foals, thanks :)

gorgeous field of flowers!

Totally Timmy said...

We have no green here yet..but I keep hoping!

Meghann said...

I love spring too, and your horse as a foal was so handsome! I can't wait for spring to get here and then I too will be out planting and getting my hands dirty in good, honest country soil!

Kathleen Coy said...

Love the photos, the baby is so sweet! I hear ya about not being able to paint when you're sick. I couldn't work on that dog portrait for a couple weeks there, but finally felt good enough to finish it this week, yay!

Happy Equinox and Springtime Blessings to you, Jen!
K

Sharon Crute said...

The foal is precious and made me smile. Thanks.

Feel better...

jeremae said...

Kissed Winter goodbye... ^_^ and beautiful pictures btw.. ^_^

jeremae here

Five O'Clock Somewhere said...

I love the colt pictures. What a cutie!

Cathy ~ Tadpoles and Teacups said...

Such sweet pics of your little horse!
:)