Thursday, March 7, 2013

Spring fever?

I haven't been feeling well...a little under the weather, and now I have a slight fever. Despite a sore throat and other symptoms I am hoping all it is is spring fever.
 
 
I can hardly walk through a grocery store without making my way to the garden section to see if there is anything I can get to satisfy my spring fever.
 
 
 I forced some beautiful tulip bulbs just by putting them in water. They are looking beautiful and helping with my need for flowers.
 

 
I bought a Pansy to put in my watering can on the front porch.




I love the sweet faces of Pansies!

Baby Daffodils are starting to bloom in the yard and I am enjoying them in the house.



My kids are not feeling well either. Chantel has been out of school all week and today Gage came home today with a fever too. Maybe it is just wishful thinking on my part that all it is is Spring fever.

So tomorrow I think Gage and I will just try to rest and get better. Maybe Chantel will be able to go to school, but maybe not. I am hoping to spend some time looking at everybody's blogs and getting inspired to make something pretty :)

In the meantime..my Flora Doora will hang in the entryway waiting to be filled with flowers and satisfy my other fever...Spring fever.


Thanks for visiting!

22 comments:

Junkchiccottage said...

Hi Sandy,
Just wanted to send good wishes and healthy thoughts. I hope your household gets well soon. Take care and enjoy just vegging on the couch and getting some rest.
Kris

Ana said...

Oh my goodness Sandy, sorry to hear you are not feeling well. I hope you all feel better soon. Please get plenty of rest. Wishing you a restful weekend.

Hugs,
❤Ana

Stacy's Shabby Shoppe said...

Hi Sandy ~ I hope that you and the rest of your household starts feeling better really soon! I understand about the need to bring spring into the house. Your flowers are beautiful! I went to Costco today and brought home a huge bunch of pink tulips and another big bunch of carnations. They look so pretty in the house and are a nice change from the roses I always buy! Feel better soon Sandy! xo

Jeanette Ann O'Donnell said...

Get well soon Sandy. Lots of lemon and honey drinks and rest.
I have had a sore throat too for too long,due to see a ENT specialist at the end of the month. Pays to get things checked out at my age.:)
Can't wait for our cool weather,had enough of Summer heat. Funny how we always look forward to perfect weather,not too hot,not too cold. Take care xx

Melanie said...

Hope that everyone feels better quickly!! Yes, pansies do have happy faces!!!
Spring fever is hitting me too!! I am ready to play in the dirt for a little while! Garden centers are even more attractive to me right now! I find myself dreaming of flowers!!

Sweet Melanie said...

I hate hearing that you all aren't feeling well and I sure do hope that it's spring fever. Your fklowers all looks so pretty and of course their surroundings do too! I hope they give you all rays of sunshine and heal the body blues.

My Shabby Bungalow said...

Oh SAndy, Im so sorry you are all not feeling well!! I hope you are better fast. I definitely have spring fever! Cannot wait to see flowers and green grass outside! I cant go to the store without going to the gardening and Easter section either! So happy to see all these pretty things out :)
Hugs to you and your kids,
Amy

Anne said...

Sandy hope you are all feeling better soon!
Your flowers are so lovely I am sure they bring a smile to your face even though you are under the weather.
xx
Anne

Susan said...

Hope you are feeling better soon, Sandy! Maybe these touches of spring will cheer you up in the meantime. Lovely flowers!

Cynthia said...

Feel better soon!!! These are beautiful pictures. I can't wait for spring. We got hit with 6 inches of snow where we live in New Jersey and it is still snowing now.

Cynthia

lynn said...

feel better soon--all of you:) your little flora doora is just adorable, sandy!

Mary@mydogsmygardenandmary said...

Hope your better soon. Your flowers are lovely and hopefully they will perk you up.
Take care of your self and family. Will pray for a speedy recovery for all.
Mary

Amanda said...

Hi Sandy! Oooh, I hope you feel better soon! Love all of your pretty flowers, especially the tulips! I definitely have Spring Fever! Hopefully this pretty sunshine we're having with make everyone feel better!
Best Wishes and Blessings,
Amanda

Amy Jo @ Sunny Skies and Sweet Tea said...

Sandy,

I hope you feel better soon! Spring is just around the corner and with the warmth brings healing.

Blessings,
Amy Jo

Fran Mclean said...

I hope you and you children get well soon. It was a beautiful day here in Oregon. I hope you got to enjoy it even though you are sick with spring fervor :-)

Fran Mclean said...

I hope you and you children get well soon. It was a beautiful day here in Oregon. I hope you got to enjoy it even though you are sick with spring fervor :-)

Ivy and Elephants said...

So sorry you and kiddies are under the weather. maybe the gorgeous flowers will put a "spring" in your step and you'll be back in shape in no time.
Big hugs,
Patti

The Polka Dot Closet said...

Love your flora dora! you will have to give us a tutorial on how you made it........When your feeling better, which I hope is soon!

Carol

Shirley said...

Hi Sandy,
Hope you are feeling much better and back on your feet..not fun being down when there are so many fun things to be doing! We had a major snow storm leaving my area behind with >22" of snow..if it were not for the flowers sold in the supermarkets I would have been hiding my head under the covers..my Tulips made my day..thanks for stopping by and stay well..that's an order..LOL!

Holly Browning said...

I have been sick, too! Stinks! I hope you are up and well soon. Love those daffodils. xoxo

Sharon said...

I hope you are feeling better Sandy ! I have spring fever too , it should be here soon . Your flowers look real pretty and cheary .

Annesphamily said...

Feel better! My honey and I had some crude and I thought we would never get well! Love your take on Spring! Sigh!