Saturday, April 20, 2013

At Last... Spring



















So thankful for a day filled with ~

community-building at the Peaceful Parenting class
friends
warmth
planting
playing
moss-gathering
sliding
duck house planning
observing sweet toddler moments
crocheting
reflecting on simple living
bouquets of coltsfoot

Wishing you a wonderful weekend where peace and joy replaces sadness and fear as enjoy this beautiful season of rebirth.
Warm wishes,
Tonya

10 comments:

  1. The warmth and the sun, they make everything new and more beautiful again, don't they?

    Enjoy this lovely season!

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  2. Beautiful post! Thank uou.
    Blessjngs,
    Betsy

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  3. Great pictures...love the one of your little in the boots...too cute.
    Have a wonderful weekend.

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  4. We have been seeing those yellow flowers in our woods and not knowing the name since we are new to Vermont. Thanks-Now I can tell my boys. They have been bringing in bouquets for me also.

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  5. the emergence of coltsfoot is the true marker of spring for me!

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  6. A lovely post full of wonderful photos.
    Happy Spring to you dear Tonya.
    Warmly
    Linda

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  7. Goodness..how cute are your children:) I love the pictures...I really like your candle holder with your very small candle..you can tell it has been well used:)

    I would imagine that water is very cold:)

    Can't wait to see what you are crocheting..so exciting!!

    Hugs!!

    ~~Renee

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  8. How your little one has grown!! We are still watching the snow fly here in Alberta - seeing that coltsfoot in bloom is so promising!

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  9. Such fun pictures! Playing "dress up" is the best! I'm looking forward to reading more about ducks and duck housing, as this is one thing we are thinking of doing.

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  10. Ive just struck two blog posts mentioning coltsfoot today!! The other one is a German blog and she made a mango flavored sauce using coltsfoot and carrots! There isn't a translate button on her blog but I've asked and hopefully she will comply...... here is the link anyway....
    http://dasmaedelvomland.blogspot.com.au/2013/04/karotte-huflattich-mango.html?showComment=1366608134522
    I would LOVE to try this out but coltsfoot doesn't grow here in Australia, so there's no chance!! Would love to know if you try it.

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