Thursday, March 21, 2013

... time to garden!!!

everything is coming alive
smell the delicious earth
hear the birds singing goodmorning
the frogs are croaking
little pink blossoms on the cherry trees
the blaze of the forsythia

I lve this time of year!!!


a few fun Etsy finds to get you inspired ...


gardening is a matter of your enthusiasm holding up until your back gets used to it...
unknown author .. but I'm sure many can relate!!!



the greatest gift of the garden is the restoration of the five senses
 Hanna Rion 




God made rainy days so gardeners 
could get their housework done...
 unknown author .. but again .. you know who you are!



gardens are a form of autobiography
 Sydney Eddison


open pollenated • non GMO
heirloom seeds for your kitchen garden




coffee  ..  garden  .. coffee
does a good morning need anything else?
 Betsy Cañas Garmon



.. new in the little ZiBagz shop ..



Springtime is the land awakening. 
The March winds are the morning yawn.

♦♦Lewis Grizzard 


vintage fabric .. lovely sapphire blue velvet
 .. and exquisite tattered rose



enjoy

7 comments:

Yael said...

How much do I love your blog Lisa - it is a little piece of art in itself!

Love your new spring back too, it is so very feminine, the new owner will be so pleased! :-)

Have a great garden and spring time!

andrea creates said...

what a super bag!love the goodies inside too :)

can't wait to get to gardening and enjoying our own grown veggies! alas we had snow our first day of spring~

happy friday :)

windrock studio said...

Such beautiful Spring/garden quotes & tools & ideas! And a very lovely Springtime zbag ... love it!

Valerie said...

Now that is one pretty little bag Lisa! I love it!

I am so ready for gardening season to start! My rhubarb thinks so too:) It's starting to come up!!

Dawn of LaTouchables said...

Hooray!!! Can't wait to start on our backyard.

What a darling bag!

found and sewn said...

I can't wait to get out in the garden, just need it to warm up a bit! Love you new bag x

Pony Chops said...

I love the planter steps! So unusual