Friday, March 21





A few pages I had created for a collaborative book project a couple of years ago. They seemed 'spring like' to me when I was brousing through my image file.. It snowed here yesterday. SNOWED!! So much for Spring coming early this year for NH. Our driveway is mucky mess with 4-5" of slushy mud and the yard still has 3 feet of snow on it. The apple trees are still buried and there is really no signs of Spring except for the slight blurring of the bare trees, as the buds start to grow. 6 more weeks and we should be in 'mud' season! Yeeeehhaaa!!

11 comments:

Rosie's Whimsy said...

Those pages are lovely! I guess you really need to really be patient for Spring where you live. We are in "mud" season now and in a few weeks there will be a really big difference is the view....my patience is wearing thin.....

Have a Glorious Easter Weekend! Rosie

Suzanne said...

Three feet of snow still on the ground in New Hampshire?? Abbie, you're a dear, now I don't feel so bad. (It's snowing here as we speak).

- Suzanne, the Farmer's Wife

Kari & Kijsa said...

These are beautiful!!
We hope you have a blessed Good Friday.

smiles,
kari & kijsa

Susan said...

These pages are beautiful! They make me feel like maybe spring really is coming.

Mary said...

Oh what pretty pages, Abbie. We are supposed to get some flurries tonight, but I'm really hoping that we're done with the worst of winter weather. Hope the buds break soon, and you have some taste of spring!
Happy Easter!
xoxo,
mary

Jessica said...

Your pages are so pretty! I love how delicate they are. Mud season is the worst! It's not unusual for us to snow in April and I'm sure it's the same for NH. Why do we stay in these climates??

Anonymous said...

And after the mud come the nasty little black flies. Makes me wonder why I am homesick for NH!
Di

Vee ~ A Haven for Vee said...

Awwww, not again?! It spit snow here. But is it ever cold!!! I don't even want to know what the windchill factor is.

Have a marvelous weekend, Abbie!

Anonymous said...

Abbie, you cards are beautiful...
what gread ideas you have....
Love them

Traditions Journal said...

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Cottage Contessa said...

Happy Easter Abbie! I hope you and your family had a wonderful weekend! Thank you for coming to visit my blog, Jacaranda Cottage, and taking the time to leave a comment. I really appreciate that a lot! I've been having a grand old time wandering around your blog, and think it's fabulous! I will certainly be back! Have a lovely week Abbie.
Amanda (aka Cottage Contessa)