Friday, 2 April 2010

Spring in my Steps



Well, to quote the song - "It may be winter outside, but in my heart it's Spring...". The clocks may have leapt forward into Spring but the weather seems to have lurched back into the gloom of winter...
But I will not be deterred, we all wish for Spring so much at the moment, it's been a long, long winter.



So I shall pick the hyacinths from the garden



Contain my birdwatching to the pages of an old lovely book



Dream of all the lovely Spring colours that will soon be around (I spotted my first tree in blossom yesterday)
Keep my fingers crossed for some sunshine and time in the garden
Content myself with gorgeous little snippets of Soring from the Persephone book I am reading at the moment, "Hostages to Fortune" by Elizabeth Cambridge.
Be eternally grateful to a lovely friend, who, as I type, is queuing in the baker's for me for the best Hot Cross Buns in town!
Hope that we can get in at least two Easter egg hunts this weekend...



And wish you all a very Happy Easter x

11 comments:

JuicyFig said...

I hope your hot cross bun lives up to its reputation - enjoy

Kath
x

Sew Recycled said...

Did you enjoy? We certainly did!

Thimbleanna said...

Happy Easter Ms. Roses!!! It sounds like it will be a very lovely one for you and your family -- Hot Cross Buns and all!!!

Sal said...

Hope you enjoyed your hot cross bun, Kim!
Have a great weekend ;-)

Susie's country cottage said...

Yes, the weather certainly has taken a turn for the worse now that the clocks have gone forward. It makes it difficult to get that spring feeling.
Hope you enjoy your hot cross buns and have a great Easter.
Susie

Rubyred said...

Hope you enjoyed your hot cross buns!
Have a wonderfully Happy Easter no matter the weather!
Rachel x

busybusybeejay said...

I'm also a Persephone fan.have you read The Homemaker by Dorothy Canfield Fisher?It was written in 1925 but way ahead of it's time.

Lisa said...

Happy Easter to all in the Roses home. Wrap up warm and enjoy the egg trails!
Lisa x

melanie said...

Happy Easter. xxx

Cowboys and Custard said...

I hope you are still hunting.. it has been the most beautiful day here.
Happy Easter mon amie.

Dxx

Louise said...

Where's that bakers? We came into Brighton on Friday through torrential rain, then the sun came out, and was really quite nice. Visiting Kathmandu for Merino for John. I've had a lovely Easter break, only having to work on Saturday morning. I hope you have enjoyed yours too. I love your montage of Spring goodiness. Thanks for your visit to my blog Kim. Just to say only crumbs left of the cake! x