Woke Friday with a little scratchy throat and knew, I just knew, that the next few days would not be so good. Easter weekend was the worst but I am feeling better; loads better. I am using my neti pot and rinsing the
I ventured out to the yard (with my mask on) to cut some of spring's lovely flowers.
This lovely daffodil called Obdam, a double daffodil, was planted two years ago with some bulbs purchased at a local grocery store. I love the many paper-like petals.
Next up - some forsythia.
Many of you have asked what I did with the great find I blogged about here on Monday and this is what I came up with. Not too creative but beautiful. Daffodils planted by my Mom decades ago. They were flopping all over the place so I followed a tip from Martha and tied them in a clear hair band and viola mes amies!What would spring be without some colorful (and tasty) cupcakes. Target had cream cheese frosting on sale last week for $1 and with some colored Martha powders, I mixed away and I was quite pleased with the result.