Sunday, March 20, 2016

After the rains came.....














I couldn't resist....sales were too good...:)



14 comments:

Karen - Quilts...etc. said...

beautiful flowers and the love the sales that you got!! beautiful

Lucy said...

The flowers are beautiful. What are those blue and white ones?Happy days of sewing are in the future for you. Have fun.

margaret said...

spring has certainly arrived for you, good purchases too fabric looks tempting

Aunt 'Reen said...

Spring blooms are looking beautiful in your yard!
Your newest purchase is gorgeous, looking forward to seeing what you do with it.

barbara woods said...

your fabric buy is beautiful fabric

desertskyquilts said...

Wonderful things you got! Jealous. =) You showed lantana! I miss that SO much. It grows year round and gets huge in Arizona, and I imagine in most of Texas, too, but here it dies in the winter and I was too disheartened to keep replanting it. I might get some for the deck this year, though. I just miss all the wonderful colors it comes in! All the flowers and animals are beautiful. I'm so glad you got a good soak, but didn't flood.

B J Elder said...

Love all your pics! Spring has arrived .... sooner in some places than others. LOL Happy Easter Billie!

Allie said...

Oh Billie send me some spring!!!! No buds anywhere, and up north they're getting 10+ inches of snow tonight. I need flowers, lol!!! Love your fabric bundle you got, so so pretty!!!

quilter000 said...

I love the two color pink and yellow they smell so sweet beautiful!!,

Carla said...

Pretty pretty flowers. Hope to catch them on my way to Fredericksburg next Thursday.
Looks like you caught some nice sales

Ivory Spring said...

Lovely flowers!!!

krislovesfabric said...

Beautiful breath of Spring, love your flowers...and your sales :)

Diane said...

What fabulous pictures.

Hugs Diane

Deb @ Frugal Little Bungalow said...

Cute squirrel and absolutely gorgeous flowers!!

It's all cold and dreary / windy and rainy here right now; snow showers the other day and more in the forecast.

Some early daffodils and hyacinths seem to have survived it all but that's it for what's going on in our area right now in the way of flowers.