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Cathy Bentley

Spring, glorious Spring!!! Thank you for your lovely photos, observations, humor and new sandals=pedicure
.... Springtime in Boulder is truly a gift!

the teacup incident

Thanks Cathy! (yep, a pedicure is definately in order.)


This post is so full of JOY!!! Thanks for sharing it, Sharon!

I've been away from then internet for too long! Missed so many beautiful posts, but what fun it was to catch up!

Eventually I'll post about the versatile blogger. I'm so behind with blogging!

Hope you had a lovely easter! Happy Spring!


LOVE your post!! It makes me happy :)
I just wish the weather would follow the blossoms here, it's almost as cold as Winter and the central heating is ON!! It's good to see that someone, somewhere, is celebrating Spring ;)
Did you draw those radishes? They are so lovely! I just ate some on my cheese sandwich :)


My heart is singing today because I have crossed some very pesky things off my "to do" list...not very glamorous, but oh, so nice to get them done! Now, on to an afternoon in my sewing studio!

Loved all of your glorious spring photos. I was waiting at a stop sign this morning as a drift of apple blossoms snowed down, magical!

the teacup incident

Thank you all for your kind comments! Yes, Yvonne, I drew the radishes after the farmer's market. Spring's the time for radish sandwiches :)

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