Friday, April 1, 2016

March Moments

It's been awhile since I have put together photos that told the story of the events of the previous month, but I've always enjoyed looking back on them, so I thought I would give it another try.

When March shows up, I feel like we've made it through the worst of the winter. The trees begin to bud and the bulbs that had been planted, sometime years before, begin to pop up out of the ground and bloom. I get excited when I see my first Daffodil, I know it's only a  matter of time before they will be joined by Tulips and Magnolias and Bradford Pears. It's official Spring is here.

Easter was early and rainy and cold for us and of course holidays make us miss our "Fab Four" even more. They had a family weekend at the Mall of America and sent us photos to enjoy. It's not as good as being up close and personal but it brought smiles to our faces as we watched them having fun.They are getting so big!

We got to join up with our youngest son this month and my husband took us all out to see the farm where he and Sweet Lady grew up. We brought boxes and boxes of letters and photos to sort through and it's been fun sharing photos and memories with with Sweet Lady. Her short term memory may not be good but she can name every person in those photos, it's been pretty amazing to be a part of it all.

So here's a little sampling in photos of what our month looked like. Did you all make any special memories last month?

The three of us down on the farm. My guys managed to dig up a clump of daffodils (with an old piece of metal found on the property) to take home to plant in my garden, thats love!                            


FlowerLady Lorraine said...

Glad you had a good month. How wonderful to have some daffs from the farm to enjoy in your own gardens. Yay, hubby and son for digging them up for you.

Happy Spring ~ FlowerLady

Camille said...

Wonderful post my friend. I always enjoy your *catch up* and *reflect* posts. :) It's an amazing thing to watch spring just pop up everywhere, isn't it? And....what fun to have daffodils from the farm to transplant in your own garden...so sweet. Your grands really are growing up....what a blessing to stay connected even from a distance. You are a wonderful part of their lives. Hugs to you! Camille

Creations By Cindy said...

Looks and sounds as though you had a wonderful month! Hugs and blessings, Cindy