Wednesday, February 26, 2014

A Cure For The Common Winter


Well, here's some good news - spring is less than a month away! Time moves so fast that I would hate to wish away any season, but lately it seems that the best part of winter is anticipating the sunny months ahead.


Since January, the little corner grocer down the street has kept prettiest little daffodil starts in stock. Keeping a steady parade of them in the house makes gray, rainy days so much brighter. A few blue and white containers, a little green moss, and it's instant sunshine!







How do you keep you days sunny this time of year?

19 comments:

  1. Hello:

    Your blue and white containers of small Narcissi are absolutely delightful and look so very, very attractive. True harbingers of spring. May we copy?!!

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  2. Jeanne, in love with this post and want to pin every single picture for my blue and white love board!! SO gorgeous!! Thanks for sharing..enjoy your day:)

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    1. Thanks Tina! Have fun pinning. Hope you enjoy your day, too!

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  3. My goodness. Blue and whites, daffodils, good books to read and all of it gorgeous! What is not to love?

    My friend Jennifer gave me two pots of her award-winning marmalade and it is sunshine on a rice cracker!

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    1. Award winning marmalade sounds wonderful, Heather! Yes, you can't really go wrong with blooms, blue and white, and books! XO

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  4. I love this!I bought daffodils yesterday too! xo

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  5. The yellow looks so pretty in your blue and white containers Jeanne! I feel like spring has arrived at your blog today:) xxL

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  6. The daffys at Trader Joe's looked a little wilted so we opted for some beautiful calla lilies and they are blooming all over the house (and haven't died yet which is a miracle with our black thumbs!) Looking at pretty pictures like yours puts sunshine into our day, Jeanne.
    xxoo
    C + C

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  7. These are stunning, Jeanne...I love how you used them on your mantle! We all need a bit of spring right now...this inspired me to go buy some pretty flowers!

    Hope you are having a wonderful day! xoxo

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  8. So pretty, Jeanne! I love daffodils too! They are such happy flowers.
    Teresa
    xoxo

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  9. Fresh flowers or plants always make me smile when its cold out!!

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  10. Jeanne,
    You really do need a little florist shop, I'd order right away!
    You have inspired me to bring some sunshine inside......
    One thing that inspires me are all the pretty blossoms at Trader Joe's -
    pve

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  11. Jeanne, It looks like I might be making a switch to WordPress and doing a little redesign on the blog. I wanted to talk to you about possibly designing a logo of some sort. Can we talk about it? thanks, Leslie

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  12. oh i love these glimpses! bravo on filling my heart and mind with joy and the promise of spring.

    love.

    michele

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  13. Great! I want to send you my email buy you are on no-reply blogger. Enjoy your getaway and we can talk soon.

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  14. gorgeousness... I love the daffodils.

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