Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Flower child

Daddy put dandelions in her hair.  She didn't realize they were in there, so she left them alone.  And she looked way too cute!!

Friday, March 25, 2011

Photos from the 2010 barn sales

I have been talking about the barn sale on my Facebook page lately.  It is coming up next month.  I had posted photos from both sales on my old blog, so I figured I should make a post on here since that blog is gone.  Here are photos from both the spring and fall sale last year.  If you live in, or near, Tennessee I highly recommend coming out for this sale!  It is worth your time!



This is Christy, the talented, artistic, and sweet-as-can-be gal behind the barn sale.  I love her to pieces! :)

Here is the flyer with the info for the 2011 spring sale.  You can also visit Christy's blog.

Tuesday, March 22, 2011

Tyndale House is having a giveaway

Tyndale House is a great Christian book publisher, and they are having a giveaway right now in honor of their new book club e-newsletter.  You can click HERE to enter the giveway, I just did!

Ronnie got his first pet!

Helping mommy get the tank set up.

Shiny rocks, shells, water and fish.  Check!

His name is Nemo.  Of course!

His home is on top of  Ronnie's dresser.

Ronnie gets up there to look at him and talk to him SEVERAL times a day! :)

Tuesday, March 15, 2011

A springtime giveaway!!

**Winner:  Danielle!! Congratulations!  This giveaway is now closed.**

Just because its spring (at least here in the south!) and just because its fun, I am going to have a giveaway this week!

The winner will choose one of these two rings.

Jade-ite Delight. One of my favorite colors (can you tell?)

Two-toned brass flower

To enter, leave a comment answering this question:  What is your favorite thing about the spring season?

For extra entries, share this giveaway on Facebook, Twitter, or your blog.
Be sure to leave a separate comment for each thing you do.

Have fun!!  I will draw a winner on Friday.

Friday, March 11, 2011

A boy and his trains

It all started with this little train set for Christmas when he was 1 1/2.

Then somewhere between the age of 2 and 3 he really got into Thomas even more.  So he got a few more Thomas things for Christmas when he was 2 1/2.

And more for his 3rd birthday.

And it all led to meeting, and riding on, the big Thomas.

And meeting Sir Topham Hat.

Then someone generously gave us a BUNCH of wooden tracks, trains, and buildings to go with his wooden set.

And we had to bring our trains along to Michigan when we visited Papa and Nana. :)

Of course we got more Thomas stuff for Christmas in 2010.

And we once again received more wooden pieces from another friend.

He just loves his trains!!