Saturday, April 7, 2018


With a possibility of snow tonight
or tomorrow I decided to bring
in a few early daffodils.

I am still learning things in life. 
 This is
a good thing.

  I thought just because 
spring was early when we moved here
to Missouri 2 years ago, that it would
always be that early here.  Wrong!

Hope you have a lovely weekend!


Beth said...

Your daffodils are so pretty! Love the ta cup too. No flowers blooming here yet other than the occasional crocus. We too have snow in the forecast.
I was through your town this week. I traveled to the Lake of the Ozarks for a couple of days with a friend. Hugs, Beth

Vee said...

So true, Bernideen. Everything changes. Hope that the snow is a mere blip and that soon you’ll be back to spring. I always enjoy seeing your beautiful dishes and the sweet linens. There’s some spring right there!

A Brit in Tennessee said...

I'm happy that you are getting to enjoy those daffodils !
I've just finished covering up all the blooming Clematis, but not certain they will be saved from a freeze tonight :(
Stay warm dear friend, an evening of sewing sounds perfect.

Louca por porcelana said...

Your beautiful vignettes made me smile...That clock is absolutely gorgeous!Love your darling daffodills,the flowers and embroideries!Pretty tea cup too.Lovely table,dear friend!It is Spring into your sweet home!Hugs!

Zaa said...

Dear Bernideen .. How lovely to have daffodils from your garden.They really are the cheeriest flower. How sad that the snow predicted. Your tea cup and table display are so beautiful .. OMG, what gorgeous vintage table cloths you have... I do love hand embroidered pieces... and the daffodil linen is so very happy. ... I’m keeping your picture mosaic front and centre in my mind , herading the HOPE of Spring... Have a wonderful week-end...Hugs

At Rivercrest Cottage said...

Your flowers look perfect in the vignette. I'll bet they were pretty in your yard. They say we have a chance of snow here in NE Texas...I'm sure hoping so.

Sandi Magle said...

Yes, we took a long ride downstate, and I thought it would be greener---and there was snow on the sides of the road still...still so cold. Lovely vignette, Berinideen.

Lady of the Manor said...

Spring is certainly taking its time coming this year but I’m hoping the fruit trees’ blossoms won’t get frosted this year and we have a great fruit crop. Your daffodils are gorgeous!

Margie said...

What a cheery vignette! Still waiting for spring here too. We've had some flurries here and there, thanks for the sub-zero temperatures. Winter needs to go home!

Sonia said...

Nothing says spring like a vase full of daffodils! I love yellow flowers. We got a hard freeze and some snow her in OKC. My hydrangeas really took a hit. Hope your garden fares better!

NanaDiana said...

At least you have a LITTLE BIT of spring. None here! We still have lots of snow and no signs of spring yet. I am so tired of cold and winter.
Love that cute little tablecloth topper. It is lovely.
Have a great upcoming week. xo Diana

kitty@ Kitty's Kozy Kitchen said...

I know how you feel, Bernideen! We had temperatures down in the 30's over the weekend here in Texas. One never knows about the weather! However, you tea sure warmed my heart!

Sandra said...

Delicadas imagens. Lindas peças e adoráveis flores. Feliz semana.