Spring, Birds, Rabbits and More

“It was one of those March days when the sun shines hot and the wind blows cold: when it is summer in the light and winter in the shade.”  – Charles Dickens

Hi Friends,

Charles Dickens sure knew what he was saying when he described March.  I feel like he might have been in Western North Carolina when he pinned his  beautiful perfect thoughts on March.  No complaints here, however,  as I see signs of Spring all around me.  I am sharing a little vignette and table as my heart yearns for my own flowers to bloom. I did bring out some of my special rabbits and birds.

These rabbits were a gift from Bob about five years ago,  They carry all kind of cargo but mainly flowers,

I tried my hand at creating an arrangement in a cabbage.  It was more difficult than I had expected.  I used hydrangeas, roses, tiny carnations and lots of filler.

These rabbits joined the parade and added a little candlelight.

This little rabbit in the water can has an expression like me as I wondered why I tried this cabbage thing!

This tablecloth is fairly new.  I think it is my favorite…..birds and flowers everywhere!

This bird was also a gift  from a friend when we moved into this house.  It always has a special place in my home and heart.

Pink dinnerware topped with salad plates that are definitely some of my favorites.  They were also gifted to me by a beloved friend.

I am overjoyed when signs of Spring begin to appear.  Thank you for joining me today.



4 thoughts on “Spring, Birds, Rabbits and More

    1. Thank you so much Sandra. This blog is a tribute to my Mother who passed away in 2015. Thank you for signing up for my blog.

  1. Dianne, your cabbage arrangement is gorgeous…great job, my friend. I have the WS salad plates and have used them for this upcoming Monday Morning Blooms (great minds think alike lol). Your rabbits are adorable. You have styled a lovely vignette. Enjoy your weekend!

    1. Pam, thank you. Looking forward to Monday Morning Blooms. Thank you for your enduring support. Dianne

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