3/20/10

Primavera




It's Spring and the azaleas are beginning their first bloom and our thoughts have been turning to what has survived the winter and what needs to be replaced in the garden. We also have plans to turn more of the "lawn" part into paths or beds. I say "we" but it's really my dearest husband who does all the heavy work and I just help out with placement and the occasional mowing.
I've also been thinking it's time to find out if I can sustain a larger piece or two in between the bead journal and whatever jewelry I make. I'm contemplating a piece called "Primavera" that I would begin today and finish before june 21st...the pastel colors of spring are calling to me this year.

5 comments:

Bobbi said...

Hi Bobbi, Happy 1st Day of Spring! What lovely and colorful flowers these are, thanks so much for sharing them.
I hope that your weekend is a wonderful one!
Hugs and happy beading...
Bobbi

lilylovekin said...

I love seeing what surprises the garden holds in store each spring. Every year it is something new that sprouts up. Happy gardening.

Pam Aries said...

Ooo! Pretty! When I left Oregon last Spring..everything was blooming ..it was a riot of color and blossoms!

Magpie Sue said...

I've always wanted to do something in honor of or to recognize the solstices/equinoxes (what is the plural for those?!). This sounds like a great idea. I especially like the plan to start at the beginning of one quarter and finish by the start of the next. Another thing to add to my list of things to do someday...!

Jewelry said...

Oh what wonderful pictures and work! It looks like everyone had a great time - thanks for sharing.