Monday, March 12, 2007
It's feeling like spring. Trees are blooming, bulbs are up, and the bright yellow daffodils are hanging their wet little heads. It's lovely. And this time change? Sweet jesus, I love it. I was done with the long dark days of Winter. LOVE THIS EARLY DAYLIGHT SAVINGS TIME CHANGE! Yes, I yelled that. Sorry if I hurt your eardrums.
And this sweet little illustration is from a birthday card I received from my grandma for my fifth birthday. It's how I feel today. The illustration is now the invite to my niece's 4th birthday party. And the cool thing? She's named after the woman who sent me the card to begin with.
Posted by LeLo at Monday, March 12, 2007
Labels: My 1970s Childhood
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Awwww I love the card. I heart 70's nostalgia!
I am loving spring too, every day i'm out in the yard looking for new blooms.
My "Pa" used to call Daffodils "daffy-down dillies" and I always think of that when I see one. Silly!
The picture is great. That was the first thing I though before reading the post.
It was nice to meet you both the other night.
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