Friday, March 21, 2008

Well...

....are ya? Tired of hearing from me? I can't believe it, I've managed FIVE days of blogging!!

I don't have much to post today except to send you on over to my buddy Chan's for her 1st Blogiversary contest. Hurry...it ends on April Fool's Day!

I've been busting my arse this week getting the house in order for the arrival of DsD and family (this includes little Landon!!!)...I'm not great at housekeeping so there are some leftover Halloween decorations (cobwebs) that must be taken down along with all those darn stink bug carcasses I keep finding, is anyone else have an issue with this things? We seem to be inundated by them! Mopping floors and cleaning windows...you know the normal "spring cleaning" routine. I'll be the first to admit I'm a pack rat and tend to collect "stacks" of things here and there...so they have to be gone through and thrown out. I don't know why I squirrel things away the way I do...maybe it comes from my Granny. My Mom's not like that...
I would much rather work outside in the yard than clean house....yuck!

I'll leave you with this pretty face from my garden!



Have a GREAT weekend and Happy Easter!!
Keep on Knittin' & Spinnin'!!!

11 comments:

chanknits said...

Thanks! I know you'll have a great weekend...

Karen said...

That is one of the prettiest and frilliest daffodils I've seen. And in YOUR yard? You are so blessed! Here's to a wonderful and family filled Easter for you. Many blessings - you are a joy to read every day.

Margaret said...

Have a wonderful Easter weekend! Especially with your little sweetie! Isn't it nice to finally have the daffodils blooming!

Yes, we've been having stinkbugs all over the house, all winter. What is up with that?

Annie said...

We have asian ladybeetles and box elder bugs here, all over the house. Ick!

Happy Easter!

Pam! said...

ah yes, brown marmorated stink bug ... the bane of my existence. We started seeing them a couple of years ago and ended up sending some to a researcher at Rutgers. She was studying their progress as they spread across the East taking over.
Ever notice that they smell a little like Cilantro when they stink? just me? okay.

IndigoMuse said...

Yup, darn stinkbug carcasses are still hiding under stuff here too. And those stupid faux ladybugs are back. When will the bug invasion ever end?

Have a blessed Easter. Big kisses for sweet Landon from me :)

Aunt Kathy said...

That's a beautiful flower, nothing blooming in cold NY that's for sure.

issythomas said...

5 days--I'm impressed!! But see, if you kept up with housework you would have time to blog!! ANd after all what is more important?!

Ladybugs. Oodles of them.

Bubblesknits said...

Same here with the ladybugs. Nasty little buggers. You never realize that they stink until there's a whole bunch of them in the same place. *shudder*

gourdongirl said...

No creepy crawlies hear but a few (quite a few) cobwebs!!!!! I have better things to do than house work! Love the daffodil, BTW.

Have a great weekend and a very happy Easter. XXX

Becky said...

Never! I never get tired of hearing from you, Robin!

It's ladybugs that we get here. I can hear them buzzing around all night like little helicopters.

Happy Easter to you, too!