1. I had some dandelion ones, but opted not to use them. I love that first one.
    Happy WW!! Drop by and link up.


    • Done! Actually reading your blog (linked from SITS Blogfrog) was what reminded me to take part this week!

      I’ve updated my post to add your link too.

  2. Second the third picture, it’s so gorgeous and I love your second picture! Those lashes are to die for πŸ˜€ Great shots!

  3. Pat

    The gray of winter is past and the world is in color again, time for spring planting. That’s the story I read in your photos. Your son picking wildflowers takes me back twenty-some years to when three little boys picked wildflower bouquets for me. So sweet!
    .-= Pat´s last blog ..The tribe has spoken. It’s time for you to go. =-.

    • Thank you, that’s such a sweet comment.

      I love that he picks me wildflowers, I wish he’d do it forever! We’ve been weeding our veggie garden and playing out on the grass of our shared yard every time the sun comes out. I love spring.

    • My son blew half of that one, he loves dandelion clocks since one of my friends showed him how they work. there were a lot in our shared yard before they cut the grass so i’m betting he made a whole lot of wishes!

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