Monday, March 1, 2010

Dreaming ~~

The future belongs to those who believe
in the beauty of their dreams.
~~ Eleanor Roosevelt

I'm happily dreaming Spring, and am now in
"official countdown mode".
The sun is shining today and the temperature
is in the forty's, if the
wind isn't blowing its quite nice out.
March .... as they say .... comes in like a
Lion, and goes out like a Lamb.
Much like the rest of Life,
precious in its own right, and
very unpredictable indeed.
Fingers crossed that this year
that saying does not apply.
I'm also dreaming of a visit to
Pennsylvania
I am in desperate need (lol)
of some real life Hugs, and Good Cheer
which I find by visiting my friends, and their
beautiful shops.
I know at this time of year they are brimming
with Spring, Joy & Inspiration.
Just the thought is making me smile. :-)
Come forth into the light of things,
Let nature be your teacher.
~~ William Wordsworth
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I hope where ever you are,
you are dreaming Sweet Dreams
Awake & While you Sleep.
Happy March my Friends
Sending Sunny Thoughts & Spring Hugs
from the Cabin ~~ Connie xox


12 comments:

Penelope's Beehive said...

Conne ~ You provide such grand inspiration through your writings and photographs...thank you most kindly. Wishing you pleasant dreams as well...Springtime will soon be upon us.
Gentle hugs,
Judy

Aprons Gone Wild said...

Hi Connie,
Love the pictures with this post, but then I love all your pictures!
Thanks for your comment on my blog. I got a chuckle out of your farming confession. I'm trying my best to avoid getting into it.
Weather was nice here today..actually got to the beach for the first time since arriving in January. You must be checking for crocuses about now in CT. Any sign of spring is a good thing at this point.
Take care and keep the home fires burning as long as there's a chill in the air. I'm sure it's cozy at the cabin, no matter what.
Fondly,
Joanne

Grammy Linda / Behind My Red Door said...

Happy March to you Connie! It was quite blustery here today but it could have been so much worse, so I am not complaining.

I hope you get your trip to PA. I am long overdue for one myself!

Janet - underthewillow said...

Hi Connie!....lovely post, pictures and words both!

I would love to join you sometime on a shopping trip to PA, it sounds like so much fun!

Janet

Linda* ~ TheKeepingroom said...

Happy March!
It's starting to warm up a bit in my neck of the woods and I am thrilled!
I have cut down to two pairs of socks....:0)
I saw two Robins in our back yard, we have a pair that nest in a tree beside our back door every year....I like to think it's the same two anyway.
Spring Blessings,
Linda*

Rabbit Hill Primitives said...

ha ha! I'm dreaming of visit to Pennsylvania also! "Our" part of PA. I wish I didn't have all those mountains to go over first. Glad you are getting a bit of nice weather. We still haven't seen the sunshine in days but this weekend there is hope of warmer days. It's always nice to see a new post from you....your words and pictures are inspiring!!

Have a great day Connie!
Love and hugs
~ Jenn ~

Thistlebrooms said...

Wish I had time to stop off in Pa. on my ride home BUT I did go out of the way to stop in Tn. from North Carolina. Oh boy I wish I had a Trailer!!!
Absolutely a Beautiful Sunday today, well worth the wait. Going up to Niantic today with my cousin...Road Trip...

Happiest Spring My Friend..
Beautiful Photo's again...

Always~Marilyn

QUAINT AND PLAIN said...

MAY YOU HAVE THE HAPPIEST MONTH OF MARCH.... SPRING IS BURSTING IN EVERY CORNER OF THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST.. MUSIC IS PLAYING NIGHT AND DAY FROM THE "SPRINGTIME FROGS" LIVING IN THE WOODS HERE AT TURKEY HOLLOW,,,OH HOW I WISH I COULD VISIT PA WITH YOU IT SOUNDS LIKE A FABULOUS TIME... HUGS TO YOU CONNIE..XX ~ B

Finegan Antiques said...

You are always brimming with positive energy and happiness. Thank you for all the good vibes.

Donna

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Karen/My Colonial Home said...

Hi Connie, I fell in love with your first picture - it's soooo Colonial and warm. I love it.

I'm going to PA soon for some of the same things you are mentioned.
I get 'friend' and 'shopping' withdrawl quite often.

Hugs, Karen

nancy huggins said...

Love the pictures and the post...I am now a follower and will put your blog in my blog roll. I am looking forward to spring too..it has even been kind of nasty down here in S AL and would love to spend a day shopping with a friend but have not made any here since it is very remote.Maybe I will get lucky and be able to move to a bigger town within the next couple of months :)