Spring is in the air! Literally and figuratively. The pollen is out. If you are outside and hear someone gasp, it may be because they can't breathe or it may be that they just saw something else in bloom. Living in Georgia (which has to be the worst place in the world when it comes to pollen) means ignoring the yellow haze and admiring the breathtaking spring show all around. It is Beee-autiful!!! So of course, the posts I was most drawn to this week had something to do with Spring. Take a look -
Debra at Common Ground went to a Spring Open House in Ozark. She found some really nice things and the displays were lovely. I don't use the word lovely much, but doesn't it sound refined and classy? I can pretend, can't I?
Susan at Between Naps on the Porch did some Spring Sprucing on her Porch. Her porch is fabulous. She hung sheers out there 3 years ago and says they have held up perfectly. She's only had to wash them once. They are polyester and dry immediately after it rains.
Becky at Buckets of Burlap planted a wonderful herb garden in a wine barrel. I'm ready to start planting!
Maria at Dreamy Whites visited one of her favorite shops - The Antique Gardener - and came away with some wonderful inspiring photos.
Last, but not least, this Spring Garden post from Carolyn at Aiken House and Gardens will be my inspiration next fall when it's time to plant bulbs! Seriously! I'm putting a link to this post on my calendar! One look and my body will jump into action planting lots of bulbs! At least that's my hope. My body doesn't often jump into action.
Side note: Lulu, one of our old dogs, has been sleeping on the floor beside me as I wrote this post. Mostly she's been snoring, but she must have also been having an interesting dream - she was barking in her sleep.