Exploring Polymer Clay Possibilities, Eating Gluten Free, and living Life, day by day.
Thank you so much for your kind comment on my OWOH post! :-) I so appreciate the time you took getting to know my pieces a bit. Thank you for investing your time and attention and encouragement! I hope to return the favor! I re-read your OWOH update and thought it better to comment here rather than throw your numbers off. I'm from Tennessee (which you might have gathered from my profile) and hope for NO MORE SNOW this season! :-) Daffodils are my favorite flower, and I love how they're the first to pop up in the South, usually sometime in February. Thanks again for your kindness and the openness of your heart! I hope you win my giveaway--I'd love to share with you :-)
Thank you so much Miss Mary! I love daffodils too, they take a bit longer to come up here though, but I also love dandelions as well, so cheery on a green lawn, who declaired them 'weeds'? They provide that bit of cherriness in the spring with their sunny pom poms, when they turn to seed children delight in scattering the seeds on their little umbrellas and the leaves are full of Vitamin C, great in a salad mix or make Dandelion wine! I wouldn't call that a weed. :) Thanks for stopping by and looking around.Kate