Thursday, April 10, 2008

Breakin' free

Lately, I've been in the greenhouse constantly. Now I'm patiently waiting for seedlings to break free from their seed coats.



And some of the plants that over wintered there have already begun to break free from their pots.



We too will be breakin' free. The girls and I are headed to Savannah, Georgia for spring break. Mom, Step-Dad, Brother and Sister-in-Law all live there. And, Dad and Step-Mom will be there for the week too. I've contemplated blogging while there but have decided to live it instead of write about it. Beach going, Low Country Boil eating, pond fishing, lounging and loving all on the agenda. Razor won't be with us because he'll be doing his own sort of breakin. . . finishing the kitchen remodel. (And in terms of the kitchen, I'm using breakin' figuratively. Let's hope anyway. Ahem.)

I'll be back in about a week with photos to share and stories to tell.

-dana

22 comments:

Tipper said...

You lucky dog! Hope you and the girls have a super trip and hope Razor gets the kitchen done!

Potiron said...

Those photos are great, I love the little sprouts breaking free from their pots, their thinking outside the pot!!! LOVE it!!!

The Coopers said...

Praying you have a blessed and relaxing trip!

ancient one said...

Have fun!! And Hurry Back!!

Tine said...

Wishing you a safe and wonderful trip!

Jennifer H said...

Have an absolutely wonder trip!

Bloggy Mama said...

Have a great trip. Wishing your sprouts to do well.

Anonymous said...

Have a great holiday put your feet up and relax you deserve it.
Hugs Mary.

Kris said...

I'll miss peering into your life through blog world! Have a great time. So great to see the whole family at once!

Christy said...

Your trip sounds fabulous. Have a great time! :)

susan said...

happy trails.....wonder when ANYTHING will be sprouting up here. got another two feet of snow on the ground...trying to keep smiling as i slog out to the numberous bird feeders. poor birds, just cannot figure out where they went wrong...this is their usual route but where is the green grass and worms and bugs and SUNSHINE :-)

Dandelion Quilts said...

Oh, I envy your trip. It will be lovely. When you get back, I tagged you at my blog.

Janera said...

Hi. I love your blog and have recently started my own. I hope it's ok that I linked to yours as one of my favorites. Take a look if you like, and if it's not ok to link to yours, let me know and I'll remove it.

Have a blessed day,
Janera

http://mygardenhat.blogspot.com/

Julie said...

Oooh, I can't wait. My boys are out in my garden now preparing the soil, aka digging in the dirt.

Amy said...

So I just tagged you on my blog and then came here only to realize that someone else did too! I guess you are loved! Have fun on your trip!

PamperingBeki said...

Have a great time! I'm jealous because I could use a break too. ;-)

Sylvia C. said...

Great photos. Great blog.

Have a nice time!

Sylvia C.

jennifer in OR said...

I hope you've had a super time! So, how do I move the playlist ? It covers up part of your post and I can't get it to move. And that just won't do, to only read half a post.

laura said...

As I know you like quilting, thought I'd pass on this contest happening for some fun tye-dyes quilt squares. :)
http://www.tangledthread.com/tangled-thread-tags-tie-dyes-contest/

Kathi said...
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Kathi said...

Hope you had a great trip. We have missed seeing the girls clog.

Kathi & Zane

Thriftin and Craftin said...

Hi Dana-

I'm so glad you stopped by my blog, and left such a sweet comment. I love your blog. Believe me with all the beautiful quilts you've made, I'm sure you'll have NO problem making the Bento Box quilt. I hate cutting too. That's my least favorite part. I'm working on my Bento Box, and a scrap quilt at the same time. Hopefully I'll get them both finished in a timely manner. LOL! Be sure and leave a link on the Mr. Linky box on my blog so we can see your Bento Box quilt progress. Have a great week!

Carla