Gorgeous weather today! A bit chilly, but you could see the foothills so clearly!
Thought I'd take you outside and show you some reds around the front yard.
I know, I know. This little sign is a rerun. But I just love the scallops, the little punched edge, the black and white gingham ribbon.......sigh..........it cheers me so.
Cute little Mary Engelbreit garden flag out by the corner of our Picket Fence Garden. I used to have this hanging outside my classroom door, but when I had to move classrooms a few years ago, I couldn't hang them anymore, and so it came home to live with me full time.
(Note to self - Kitchen Garden bench needs to be repainted.) Got this long pillow from Pottery Barn a few summers ago. I leave it out year round (yeah, don't look too close - haven't done the annual spring spruce up yet) and we usually have some plant hanging from the shepherd's hook, but not yet this year.
This is my amazing stump that I turned into a mosaic side table. I still love it, but it could also use a nice refresher. You can read all about when I originally made it here. I think it's done pretty well for being outside full time.
Look! A Valentine's Day decoration I forgot to put away! This is over by our kitchen door which we hardly ever use! I promised myself this year I would not forget to check out there before putting decorations away, but apparently I break promises to myself. Just ask my treadmill.
And, last but not least, is Sam and his bell. (Would he pose for his picture for you? Does a cat EVER pose for its human?)
Well, Happy Rednesday to you! Hope you're enjoying a bit of springy weather and if you're not, I hope you get to enjoy it soon.
And, yes, I know I promised words of wisdom for my 402nd post (which this is), but you'll have to wait for 403 now. I'm sure great wisdom will have enveloped me and I will share with you then.
Speaking of 400+ posts...hop on over to this post if you want to enter my little giveaway!
Thanks for stopping by and I hope you can buzz in again!
Buzzing over to Sue's for Rednesday!