Monday, 26 January 2009


Look what greeted me this morning!
Pretty, pretty snowdrops!
Last Autumn I had lots of unidentifiable loose bulbs, that I had dug up whilst moving plants around, and generally messing around with the planting.
So I potted them all up, in various spare pots, and stood them down by the side of the shed. All the little shoots are showing now, soon I will move the pots to the side of the path and around the door. Some nice fresh Spring flowers to brighten our days!

I do so love, snowdrops. My bridesmaids carried them, and I had snowdrops on my Wedding dress fabric - this was the first time around, when I had the whole shee-bang! Big white Wedding an all, sadly it didn't last, but I have two wonderful boys from the marriage, and sad as it was, I still think kindly of my ex-husband!
As you all know, I now have the wonderful/solid as a rock/too good to me to be true - Hubby P.
We get on great - so all turned out well in the end, and now I have 4 sons!

Think I am all maudlin because its around this time I was first married and snowdrops, well they just remind me!

Back to jollier things!!!!
Look what we have - some new little souls to join the Allsorts Household!

Not all got names yet, although the white one with back eyes is called Dusty (Dusty Springfield!), we will watch and their names will come to us!

These little pictures I found in the Charity shop on Saturday, the weather was so bad, all we did was have a mooch around the Charity shops. I do hope we have an early Spring!

I like their sweet innocence!

And here' s one of our Girls - a striking pose!
A Chicken for Gary - hope you are feeling better! Lots a love xxx
Got to go - steak for Tea (Yellow label, from the reduced shelf at Somerfields!!!)
Ta ta for now xx


  1. Cute buns! And beautiful snowdrops. Ours aren't quite out yet - I go to check the little shoots every day :-)


  2. Just love the photo of your girl. What a masterpiece. And I'm still waiting for my snow drops to flower although the daffodils have sprouted about 6 inches. Margaret

  3. Lovely snowdrops, I LOVE them too, Mr Twigs and me think Dusty should be Alice (Alice Cooper) great bunnies, hope you realise Twiglet will be trying to kiss them this Summer.
    I used to have a black and white rabbit (Dutch?) when I was little called George, my pets all had old bloke names, also had a bunny called Albert!
    Take care and love to you all
    Twiggy & Co xxx

  4. Thanks for the chicken pose...although you really shouldn't have!!
    Feeling better than I was...couldn't get much worse really! But I continue to be the worst patient in the world!!

  5. Love the bunnies. It's lovely to see some pretty snowdrops and some life in the garden isn't it, after all the darkness and dullness of winter.

  6. I love snowdrops too, its always so lovely when they appear.
    BTW thank you for my lovely lucky bag of sewing things that I won off your ebay shop. They are brilliant and I can't wait to use them for a few crafty ideas I have.

  7. Pretty snowdrops. Ours aren't out yet.
    BTW forgot to say you did really well with the CK duvet cover on ebay. I had a bid on it myself but it went a bit too high for me.

  8. I love the bunnies, so cute. And the Snowdrops too. We have a basket of plants outside the back door that was a Christmas pressie from a friend, not sure what's in it yet but I can't see snowdrops.
    I suppose I should blog about it really *blush*

    Btw, did I say you have an award on my blog???

    Love and blessings

  9. Hi, I have an award for you if you would like to come and get it!
    Tracey xxx

  10. Nothing wrong with yellow lable reduced from Somerfield, we have it too.

  11. have you named the rabbits yet? i think 'doris' is a good name for one of them. dx.


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