Monday, March 16, 2015

LUCKY


I don't know about you
but I am ready for a little
LUCK
and a little
GREEN


the muscari has finally bloomed
it's just barely beating the muscari planted outside as they are about to pop up anytime

have you been feeling like warmer weather has been at a snail's pace?

at Christmas we put Padron pepper seeds in everyone's stockings
we're having a contest for best peppers
Mr. PV is winning so far

yummmmmmy....no one loses this contest!

I love to bring out the spring things
a few years ago my art kids had a little rabbit village and we made little rabbits and veggies
(I miss my kiln)

March is a tough month for the Texas Panhandle
usually lots of cold wind but ever so often the tease of a warm sunny day

indoor gardens can really boost the spirits 




I had 3 acorns that I have had for a very long time
they signify my 3 kids
this year, for some reason

I planted them

I am amazed

the roots are growing

do you like green herbs?

even green herbs can be so pretty

one day I noticed that Mr. PV glued this face on my garlic man
it's Mark Twain...his head was broken from an old whiskey decanter
and he glued his face to cover garlic man face
sometimes I think Mr. PV is around 8

I have his outfit all ready to go
well...except for his shirt and socks...any 8 year old can pick those out

my friends...you are such a blessing to me
you make me feel so lucky
I am
so
LUCKY





13 comments:

Tina@WhatWeKeep said...

Hi Gina,
This post is lovely...I'm loving all the green. I've never grown that type of pepper but I think I need to! I think Mr. PV is hilarious. ;)
xo

Karena Albert said...

So cute Gina!! Boys will be boys! Forever it seems! Love to see the greens sprouting up outdoors!

xoxo
Karena
The Arts by Karena

NanaDiana said...

Beautiful bits of a lucky/blessed life. xo Diana

Row homes and Cobblestones said...

Gina,
Oh how we love our peppers, not familiar with yours but I want to try. When I was in college and a true potter, sold my pottery... But with living in Philly now having a kiln voids our insurance, bummer.
I always enjoy your posts! All your Green is wonderful, I'm Polish but tomorrow I will like everyone else be Irish for the day.
Xo,
Vera

Debbie@Mountain Breaths said...

We are the lucky ones! You always have something interesting to share.

Marissa said...

LOVE the greenery ..
Looking forward to sunnier days for sure....
Happy St Patrick's Day.

Algodão Tão Doce said...

Olá amiga, achei criativo o cultivo de pimentas...suas imagens estão maravilhosas, amo o verde!
Desejo-lhe lindos dias de primavera!
Um doce abraço, Marie.

Heather - New House New Home said...

And we're lucky to have you, my friend!!

Sarah said...

Gina, I feel lucky to have you as a blogging friend. Happy St. Patrick's Day! ~ Sarah

Taylor Greenwalt said...

I love having fresh herbs on hand....have a great day!

The Charm of Home said...

Have a LUCKY day!
Sherry

bj said...

I want to start an indoor garden..
I have a few plants but not many..YET.
Happiest St. Patrick's Day to you, sweet one.
OOO...and to your handsome "8 yr. old" :)

miss b said...

Your indoor gardens are lovely. Finally spring seems to have arrived here and we have blue skies and sunshine. The garden is coming alive too!