Wednesday, February 6, 2013

It's Good To Have Friends

A friend dropped off a dozen eggs oh how I love
fresh eggs.

Tonight on my way home from errands I saw Agway
had paper whites at half price. Since I am craving spring
I bought 5 for 2.50 and have tucked them in this vase.
looking forward to seeing something grow.

A tiny bit of progress I keep pulling out what I have put in
we shall see.
a huge storm is heading for us I am hoping it goes out to sea like all good
storms should do. they are talking 1to 2 feet of snow
what happened to the ground hog not seeing his shadow?????
I have to work Saturday oh how I hate to work weekends:(
but I am getting prime Miss B time next thur and friday:)
If you are in the storms path batten down and pray it goes out to sea.
Learning something new is the bestest thing in the world.
Andrew  age 7
The wisdom of kids:)


Kim said...

Your rug looks nice and Springy. Maybe it will ward off the impending winter wallop! Tonight our weather girl compared its forecast to the infamous "White Juan" blizzard of 2004. I hope she is wrong. Stay safe and warm.

Sweet Tea said...

I just heard about the storm heading your way on the evening news. Yikes! Ure like your idea of it going out to sea...Love the hoto of the fresh eggs - I never see anything like that in the supermarket!

Primitive Stars said...

Can`t beat fresh eggs, lucky Paperwhites, they look neat groewing in the ball jar........great work, Francine.

annie said...

love the flowers when they bloom,
hope all goes well with you, through the storm!

Nellie said...

Wonderful fresh eggs! How lucky you are! Our "country" daughter sometimes has eggs to share with us, but not too often. Hoping the storm doesn't dump a foot of snow on you!

Rugs and Pugs said...

Isn't it amazing how quickly paper whites grow? I love them but HATE the smell.
I hope the storm passes you by.
Hugs :)

Julia said...

You have a nice friend to bring you some fresh eggs.

How nice to have some paper white bulbs blossoming soon.
Stay safe and I do hope the storm goes to sea.

Elaine @ Sunny Simple Life said...

Aren't fresh eggs the best and your dozen is so pretty.

Balisha said...

Love the way you did the paperwhites. Hang on tight...the weather looks bad for your area. Hope you are prepared.

Saundra said...

I hope the storm goes out to sea like a good storm too. Your rug is coming along nicely and begging for spring to appear.


Rose H (UK) said...

Oh goodness, hoping the storm is going out to sea Cathy.
Stay safe and Warm
Rose H

Rose H (UK) said...

Whoops! I meant to say that those eggs are so lovely, and so very fresh - it's great to have such a sweet friends :o)
Rose H

Stacy Crawford said...

Stupid ground hog. I hope you don't get snowed in. Look forward to seen your blooms.

yaya said...

Jack has a patient that pays in eggs...well, not really but she always gives us a dozen every so often..I love to bake with them! Take care with that storm heading your way..maybe they will cancel work if it's too bad. I'm so ready for Spring and I bet you are too!

debra @ homespun said...

I think the groundhog was hallucinating :)

judemiller1 said...

You should not go into work today--be careful!!!

The Paisley Studio/Sarah McNamara said...

There's nothing like fresh eggs! We are waiting for the storm, too, though they are predicting about a foot of snow for us. Stay warm and dry! Sarah

Ocean Breezes and Country Sneezes said...

Love fresh eggs! We're in the storm now, ugh!

Chatty Crone said...

You re lucky to get fresh farm eggs - I don't think I have ever had one. And good luck on the storm. Thank you for leaving me a comment. sandie

Mugwump Woolies said...

Great colors in your rug! Stay warm and enjoy your weekend.

From Beyond My Kitchen Window said...

I am addicted to farm fresh eggs. I love that bright orange yolk.