For What It's Worth

Friday, April 4, 2014

Blogger ramblings: Spring has sprung…

This has been a week of very little reading but a lot of spring cleaning and yard work.

My allergies are horrible but the results are worth it when I can see everything in bloom and watch the butterflies enjoying the new flowers!

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Tomorrow I start cracking down on the whole reading/reviewing thing. I don’t request many books but I’m falling behind anyway.

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  1. ah those are so pretty, and yes I totally understand about allergies . Good luck with reading . xoxo

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    1. The allergies are killing me. A headache every morning. But it's pretty lol

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  2. Spring..eh not yet, we still got -c temps during the night

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    1. I know - I'm sorry :-( Winter just won't give up this year!

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  3. Spring is here too. Of course, all I have is weeds but alas they are green LOL

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    1. Ahhh - so many weeds. I'm just showing the pretty blooming flowers. I still have plenty of weeds and dry dead stuff lol

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  4. I'm right there with you -- both the sniffling/sneezing/miserableness of allergies and the beauty of my garden blooming and warm weather!

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    1. Uhg. I'm signed into my school account. Drat! This is Mary @ BookSwarm, btw. But look -- puppies! :)

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  5. I know! Netgalley is such a tease! I can request any book? For free? All I have to do it review it? And I love writing book reviews? UGH! Could it get any better? But just like you I'm a bit behind, and April is the month of catching up for me!

    Lisa
    www.turningpages94.blogspot.com

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    1. I hardly ever request books anymore but the ones I did have piled up since I can't seem to read!!!

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  6. How beautiful. I love it. I love that you shared this.
    Your door wreath = FAB!
    I love the flowers growing on the lattice.

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  7. Love all those pics! I'm still waiting for growing season. We just had a snow and could be up for more... so the later spring flowers will have to wait. :) Thanks for sharing though!

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  8. Ooooh! Flowers!!! I can't wait till we get some up here! I am going to start some seedlings, but just haven't been able to. I have to crack down too...I have six reviews to write! Eeek!

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    1. My one book a day reading streak seems to be over! lol

      I saw that you read both Laura Bickle books - I'm so impressed!

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  9. So gorgeous! Everything is starting to turn green here (central Arkansas)and I'm finally believing the snow and ice is over.
    Have a great weekend!

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  10. My allergies are getting horrible too! Spring is so pretty though.

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    1. I guess we must suffer for beauty lol

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  11. Gorgeous flowers, Karen! the second pic is that some sort of amaryllis? looks awesome and probably smells really nice too! :)

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    1. It's a native FL azalea. I've had that plant for over 4 years and thought it was dead so I was excited to see it finally bloom!

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  12. Pretty, pretty, pretty! We haven't gotten much spring here yet but I'm so excited for it! Not so much the allergies though. That's always the worst part. :/

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