Making a House a Home involves all aspects of homemaking- cooking, cleaning, gardening, learning to be a godly wife and mother, and, above all, following the Lord Jesus Christ in all things.
Everything... Hack, cough, sneeze!:) Leigh
Lilacs - they're glorious!
Aw Leigh!! I SO know what you mean! Elizabeth apparently is allergic to something right now BIG TIME. She's got a cough/sinus thing going on now and she just got over one 2 1/2 weeks ago! Poor baby!!! By the way Leigh, what have you been cooking lately? :)His,Mrs. U
Dear Anonymous,I am jealous that you have lilacs!! I would love to plant some. No, not some, LOTS!! They are so dreamy and smell heavenly!His,Mrs. U
Beautiful rose! i love roses! We have lots of tulips..no..not tulips..ACK I am having a brain fart...i have a ton of them...yellow flowers that are out this time of year?? what are they called?? it is right on the tip of my tongue and i can't think...ack! well..my hosta are coming up too!!! i am sooo excited! they will look so nice as they start to fill stuff in!!! :) i can't wait!!!
Trees! They're beautiful. Also, lots of bulbs, like daffodils, hyacinths, and tulips are coming on. We don't have any this year, but I hope we'll get some in before next year. Until then, I'll have to just enjoy everyone else's!
Oh my, that is just beautiful, Mrs U! We have roses blooming here too!~Kelli
Blooming? Blooming? The snow just finally melted! But the grass is greening up. Hooray!!!Love,Debbie Yuck
my gardinas....and what an amazing aroma...i stop and smell them everyday at least 3 times a day...gotta love spring!!
What a beautiful picture! I have a small bleeding heart that is blooming, and a few tulilps that are starting to show. Yeah!
That's beautiful shade of pink. We don't get roses till June.
My K-mart-clearance-dollar-priced lilacs are peeking out...but tonight it is snowing...hope they can survive! Your blog is so pretty, I really enjoyed my visit!
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