It was a busy weekend at my cottage.
My Come-n-Git-It yard sale was Saturday morning.
I sold a ton of stuff and at noon I hauled the leftovers to the Goodwill.
One photo of it after I sold quite a bit:
The signs read: "$1 each, buy 5, get 1 free".
Most people can not resist getting that free item and I can't resist getting rid of all my junk!
While standing on my front porch I noticed this robin's nest under the neighbors eves:
There are at least two hungry mouths in that nest.
We spent the afternoon lazing around the backyard.
Well, someone was busy:
Note those yellow tulips as I will mention those again later.
Oh, look, someone woke up!
The tulips in my garden are spectacular this year!
This is what the yellow and red ones looked like when they first opened.
This is what they looked like fully open…so cheery!
I love these red and white tulips in front of the fence.
This is what they looked like when they first opened: red and yellow!
These tulips opened up as creamy white but presto-chango'd to pale yellow which glows in the sun!
These purple tulips were a surprise I don't remember planting…nice!
These are the yellow tulips by the kitty above - more presto-chango - and glowing against the barberry!
Here is what they look like in the shadows - orange!
I can't believe all the color changing tulips I planted last fall.
Such a nice surprise this spring!
Sunday was planting day and I planted lavender impatiens on my steps to no where this year.
Last year I planted white impatiens, remember?
Also planted my window boxes with hot pink.
It's tomato and pepper time in my raised bed garden:
The lettuce, radishes and peas have been in for a couple of weeks.
I also planted some lily bulbs, a climbing rose, a tiny hydrangea, delphiniums and astilbe.
I'm exhausted just thinking about last weekend!
And this weekend is the first antique show of the season - another busy weekend on tap.
Did anyone plant this weekend?
Welcome to this weeks
Cottage Style Party!
How are you?
I've been busy as you can tell from the above.
But I find time everyday to walk around the neighborhood enjoying the sights and smells of spring.
I just want to soak in every bit of it!
Are you soaking up spring..or what you are up to?
Let's find out!
Penny's cottage is decorated to the hilt with lilacs!
I am a sucker for lilacs!
Just look at how pretty this living room is! I love all the details: the pink lilacs, pink tea set, ruffles above the mirror, the mirror which Penny distressed herself!
Stop by Penny's blog Penny's Vintage Home to see all the details!
I just adore these chicken wire cloches! So cute!
I love the pitcher and dishes under them.
Drop by Audrey's blog Timeless Treasures to see all of her lovely and creative cloches including some she made! Perhaps you could answer her question: "When is a cloche not a cloche?".
This gorgeous Farrow & Ball kitchen paint color is so pretty!
It's called Pavilion Blue and picks up greens and blues depending on the time of day.
Magali chose a pretty seaglass paint color for her kitchen which is perfect for her Little White House on the Seaside. Go visit her blog to see how pretty this color is from morning to evening and don't miss her fabulous marble top table in her kitchen!
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