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Saturday, April 16, 2011

Getting My Bunny Thing Going!

Finally! A weekend!More rain -- but my daffodils are coming out, so that provides a good deal of cheer!

And Easter is coming -- I'm getting my "bunny thing" launched!

I'm still pondering the mysterious garbage disappearance and thank those of you who kick started me into looking into some options related to potential identity fraud. I'm not sure they could have pulled much of interest from that particular batch of trash, but you never know and better to be cautious.

Seems like every night this week has had something going on -- French class, a pre-surgery party for a friend, birthday and retirement gigs. Oh, yes, taxes. I actually forgot the state ones until Saturday morning. I'm glad we don't have to mail till Monday! Must finish fast -- like a bunny!

Off to the market today to get eggs for the annual dying and flowers, along with all things tasty.

And looking forward to a low level weekend. Maybe some baking or creative time!

I'm on the verge of finishing a wonderful book to share with you next week on Chopsticks and String!

Feel free to download the images in this post for your springtime art. Who knows? Maybe you'll use them for place cards or Easter greetings? Something fun!

13 comments:

Rosa said...

It's damp and chilly here, a perfect spring morn. I love all your spring artwork!

Marilyn said...

I put my bunnies out early this year so I could enjoy them before leaving town and they will be here to greet me on my return. I actually am sad to miss Easter this year. Lovely Easter images, I especially liked the one with the lizard - not sure why, but it is pretty with all the things in the picture. Have a wonderful Easter and spring time days.

Retired English Teacher said...

I love the images in your post. Wherever did you find them?

I was having a very difficult time dealing with Easter and decorating for it, but last week, I finally decorated anyway. I'm glad I did because it lifted my spirits. I can hardly wait to see what you come up with for decorations. I am assuming you will grace us with photos of your creativity.

Linda said...

Thanks for the images! They are great!!! I wish it would rain here...big time drought in Texas! Have a wonderful Easter...and Holy Week! I couldn't believe the egg aisle at the grocery today....not much left!

Dogwood said...

Oh, sweet lady, you have posted some wonderful and fun pictures.
You have had a busy week.
Enjoy your weekend.

Joanne Huffman said...

I saw snow mixed in with yesterdat's rain. But, there are plenty of robins and bunnies about.

~*~Patty S said...

Lovely images thanks for sharing...we will be away for Easter...I can hardly wait :)
oxo

Lisa from Lisa's Yarns said...

I am really excited for Easter! My family is coming here! I get to see 3 of my 4 siblings and all of my nephews. Can't wait! I hope that the weather cooperates so we can do an outdoor easter egg hunt. It's so fun to have the young nephews around so we can do fun things like that (and dye easter eggs, of course!).

Barb said...

You sound busy and productive. Hope your weekend has been restful so far. (And I hope you've had a bit of sunshine, too.)

Ruth said...

Nothing sends me more than vintage tulip illustrations! Ahhhhh.

Sandy K. said...

Thank you for my "think spring" message of the day. Following another flurry of snow yesterday, and cold and blowing winds, my attitude has suffered greatly. Time to perk up and hop off to work!:) Thank you!

Arti said...

I love these vintage images... they have such character! Thanks for allowing me to download them. I think I will ... any arts and crafts ideas to go with them?

jet1960 said...

I did actually get some Easter decorating done, but only at the last minute before we left for Texas. Only the dining room table top, but better than nothing, I say!

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