Wednesday, April 8, 2015

WOYWW #305

Good morning!  Welcome and come on in and sit a spell!  I'm here sharing a bit of my world this morning in the What's On Your Workdesk? Wednesday #305. This blog hop is hosted by Julia and she has all the rules and regulations listed at the top of her blog.  So why don't you get a nice cup of coffee or tea or whatever your beverage of choice is and come along with me and visit as many desks as you can!

There isn't much going on here lately.  I've been outside every day the weather has been good digging in the dirt.  Spring brings lots of challenges for an old lady living alone.  It's almost time to start my garden and I'm already dreaming of the wonderful veggies it will produce!


Here in East Tennessee the Redbuds are in full bloom.  They are the first trees to bloom along with the Bradford Pear, and then comes the Dogwood.  The Dogwoods are always in bloom for Easter but this year some of my trees were a little late.  Some are in full bloom and some are still thinking about it.  I learned long ago not to question Mother Nature.

Well that's it for me this morning. I'm off to visit as many of my blog buddies as I can.  Have a great day and take a moment to "Breathe"!

19 comments:

Julia Dunnit said...

Oh but the album on your desk is just beautiful. I love the die cut atop the photo mat - what a fantastic touch. We were discussing Mother Nature's reluctance with some of our trees being late blooming this year. Although not helped by Easter being 3 weeks earlier that we're used to! Dont be overdoing it in that garden!

Bridget Larsen said...

That album is gorgeous and I love that Redbud tree. reminds me of Japan
Bridget #1

Robyn Oliver said...

Hi Glenda, yes a beautiful album page there but I must agree - spring and the weather changes and oh yes out in the garden....I love it too - spring colours make me smile....I'm "breathing" deeply. Cheers RobynO#25

sandra de said...

Beautiful pic of the flowering trees and I have to agree with all the previous comments. Gorgeous album on your desk.
sandra de @32

Sylvia said...

Desk is just too clean, Glenda, but I love your album pages! The Redbuds are beautiful this time of year, add our Bluebonnets to that and it looks like a beautiful Spring! Happy Spring and hope you have a lovely day!

Diane said...

Oh wow...you desk looks amazing, mine is a BIG mess right now...but yours looks beautiful!!

Nan G said...

ACHOO. Oops, excuse me, red bugs make me sneeze even tho they are so pretty. Love the mini album pages! Thanks for the early visit. Happy WOYWW! hugs Nan #42

Angela said...

Hi Glenda,
Gorgeous album pages and what a stunning blossoming tree. Enjoy your gardening and Springtime. Your homegrown vegetables will taste so much better, well worth the digging!

Angela
Angelgreetings#28

Lisca Meijer said...

I love your album pages, although you don't say anything about them. Really like the vintage style.
Beautiful flowering tree! We have just had all the (thousands perhaps millions) almond trees blossoming. Depending on the altitude they are either still in bloom or have just finished and are growing leaves. It is such a pretty time of year.
I can imagine you are itching to get going in the garden!
Have a good week,
Lisca#19

Sandy Leigh said...

Is that your mother in the album on your desk? So pretty! I think our gardens will be fighting for our attention for awhile now. Happy WOYWW! Sandy Leigh #40

Annie Claxton said...

What a wonderful vintage-style album - who is the beautiful lady? The tree looks absolutely glorious - I've never heard of Redbuds. Happy WOYWW Annie C #30

Helen said...

Beautiful blooms, and I love the album on your desk. Helen 4 - thanks for popping by already

Angela Radford said...

It's very difficult at this time of the year when the weather is starting to get better we just want to enjoy it.
The album looks lovely though.
Happy woyww, Angela x 24

~Rasz~ said...

Hi Glenda! I love the beautiful vintage-looking book/album on your desk. Lovely trees. Spring is so pretty everywhere, it's wonderful to get outside and enjoy the great weather. Have a great sunny week! Rasz #59

Eliza said...

Love the look of the album on your desk it truly is stunning you must share more pages within it. Oh and those trees are so beautiful it is good to get outside and soak up the sun's rays and enjoy the earth. Thanks for sharing.

Happy WOYWW
Hugs Eliza & Yoda 5

Patricia said...

Hello Glenda, WOW!!! your album looks amazing, love the vinrage style.
Your trees are wonderful, our Cherry Tree has loads of buds just ready and waiting to burst forth.
Enjoy "digging in the dirt" no greater feeling.
Hugs
Patricia x

Leslie Miller said...

Your album is coming along beautifully! What a treasure and an ambitious project. Beautiful tree! I keep saying this will be the year my young pink dogwood blooms, but not so sure. Enjoy your time in the garden!

Pat Taviss said...

Absolutely beautiful album. And the trees in bloom, I remember them from when we lived in Tennessee many years ago. Out desert trees are in full bloom and so are my allergies. Darn.
Happy WOYWW, thanks for sharing
Pat #54

Sylvia/LittleTreasures said...

Oh love the tree...had one when I lived in the city. Rainy and Gloomy again and yet tomorrow. Then maybe a warm up. Curious is the photo of you or your mother as a young girl? Pretty gal and pretty album.. Enjoy

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