Ten days til Easter! Out come the bunnies – the real, fuzzy ones are hopping all around our neighborhood, the cute do-dad ones are scattered here and there in my house.
My Mom cut back her rosemary plant and brought a big chunk to me. My nose is in heaven! I just plopped the bunch in this old bowl, and it fills the whole room with that wonderful aroma.
These are really old light covers that were in a box with equally old Christmas ornaments that my Grandad found at the green boxes. One man's trash is another man's treasure! He knows I'm goofy about antique stuff so he gave the whole box to me!
Same story with this guy. He was badly broken and going in the garbage at the flower shop my Mom worked at, and she rescued him, brought him home, and repaired him (you can barely tell, if at all, where he was broken after she fixed it). Garbage is apparently my cup of tea!
Not all my do-dads are garbage or from thrift stores (but most of them are 🙂 ).
A bunny “snow baby” box (that came in it's original box) I got for 50 cents at the thrift. I think it's so cute.
These are probably my very favorite bunnies. They are very old German candy containers.
These are also German candy containers I found at an antique store in Minnesota.
Here is a very woodsy little hippity-hop!
There's not a chance I will be able to get a picture of a real bunny in my yard. Miss Declan has discovered the fuzzy little critters while peering out the windows. Now she is obsessed! Thankfully they are staying out of harms way by sticking close to the woodpile.
My poor flower beds are in a dreadful state. They look terribly bedraggled, but Mother Nature is nursing them along, and there are bright spots starting to pop up here and there.
Sunny little daffodils.
Tough crocuses, who will show their pretty purple petals even with snow all around them.
I don't know what these tiny little flowers are called. They are spread all over the gardens, even jumping into the lawn in spots. I love their color.
The bleeding hearts are just bursting thru!
Hope you all have a very Hoppy Easter! And do remember the reason for the season!