Tuesday, March 17, 2009

a lovely First Day of Spring & to thank you all so very much~a little drawing

~little cotton tail bunny who lives under the old lilac~
Happy First Day of Spring
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dearest friends,
I'm need a little bit of help, please.
as with all things modern and electronic, I have found that you just can't
depend upon a computer
like you can a trusty ledger and a pen to write with.
There has been a cafuffle with my laptop;
she deciding that she should stop working and leave me without any way of telling anyone
what is happening and in the meantime we have lost a great many emails from my lists.
If you have been a member and/or should like to added to my mailing list,
please do write to me HERE and you'll be reinstated and/or added immediately.
***
To thank you all for your kind help & emailing me~
All of this coming week, I'll be adding all of the names of those
who send their names & email addresses
into the old wall paper'd top hat.
In a week from today, I'll be drawing 3 names from the old hat
for a little thank you treasure.
I'll be sending one of my Deerfield Farmhouse doll patterns to
3 names that are drawn in one week from today.
Thank you all and I look forward to hearing from you.
~*~
I hope that this finds you enjoying a lovely
First Day of Spring.
~*~
Spring dollies are waiting and wanting to be shown!
~*~
I look forward to hearing from you~
thank you all so very much!
love, Christine
~*~
ps. This morning one of the little cottontails that live under the old lilac came out for a bit of sunshine and a nibble of sweet green grass.
Snow flakes have been falling off and on all this past week,
but now,warm sun is
shining through on this beautiful day.
I hope it's shining for all of you, too, wherever you may be.

6 comments:

Mrs. Staggs said...

That's a very sweet cottontail. We have a great many in a park nearby, that are great fun to see. I'm so happy that I don't have to worry about them eating my garden, although, when the youngest Mr.Staggs was a boy, he had a white Holland Lop that he named Magic. It was very sweet.

I'm sorry to hear of your computer problems. I know how frustrating that can be. My computer has been acting a bit oddly lately too, so my son installed an external hard-drive to back everything up, just in case. I hope it works. I'd be so sad to lose all my pictures and things. I hope all will be well soon.

I've loved your posts this winter, Dear Mrs. Crocker, especially the hyacinths, and I love the stenciled floor above? I've stenciled walls before, and the risers of stairs. I love stenciled floors, but I've been a bit timid at trying to do that.

Love to you, this day.

...Miss...Maddie's... said...

I am so glad that Miss Cottontale has been engaged to deliver the news that dollies are eagerly waiting.
Like the arrival of Spring both are wonderfully anticipated.
So I hope your computer is on the mend and we may share in these delights.
I hope my name will forever be on your list!
xo Susan

Cathy Louise said...

When we go to the coast to holiday there are tiny little bunnies, mostly black and dark brown that come out to eat the yummy grass right near the bike paths,they are so, so cute....I remember last year being down there over easter and it just felt even more special....Love ya heaps C xx

Heather said...

oh no! so sorry to hear your computer frazzled out on you. That's too bad! Good to hear from you though, I kept checking to see if you were around! :D

What a sweet little bunny...I love them!

The French Bear said...

Hi Christine! I would love to stay on your mailing list, I can't seem to get my computer to stop blocking a pop up every time I click on your "here" button.
my email is margaretwomacks@hotmail.com
Thank you,
Margaret Bouwmeester

Stacey said...

I am enjoying a "Bambi" day and awaiting the green promise of Spring~ I'm on the lookout for our own Miss Cottontail too! Tis time...tis time.

Stacey