Photo Tuesday

February 15, 2011 at 10:48 pm | Posted in Bun, Giggles, Lollipop, Photo Tuesday | 24 Comments
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“I’ll tell you how the sun rose a ribbon at a time.” β€” Emily Dickinson

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Are you seeing signs of perpetual sun where you are? Is it warm enough to play outside in your jammies? And have you inaugurated your sandbox and sidewalk chalk yet?

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Feel more warmth at Beth’s later this week.

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  1. Seriously? I thought these were pics from last fall, not from right now! Jealous, I am. Although we MAY be able to break out the bicycles and sidewalk chalk this weekend, as the weatherpeople are calling for 60 degrees by then.

    Me? I’m still freezing cold even when it’s in the 50’s, which is 50 degrees warmer than it has been in these parts.

    ps. I LOVE that Thomas jacket! Gabe would’ve been crazy over that a couple of years agoπŸ™‚

  2. Serious warmth here. Actually hanging out for a hint of a cool breeze…

  3. Ok, it’s warm here NOW, but I know that the winter isn’t done yet. It’s a nice little break, though…

  4. Ah. . . sidewalk chalk. Much loved around here. Still!

    • I bet your artist can whip up some amazing sidewalk murals!

  5. Two weeks after Blizzard 2011, it’s going to be almost 60 tomorrow! I’m psyched, but not sure if we’ll have any sunshine because it’s supposed to drizzle all day. Still..I’ll take it! I can imagine the sun on my face a little better when my digits aren’t falling off from the cold.

  6. The photo with that little pudgy baby hand made me melt!

    Love the quote by Emily Dickinson. That one is new to me.

    I wish it were warm enough to play outside in jammies today. The weathermen keep telling us that it will be warmer, but it’s not.

  7. I love the top pic — a cup of sand with a leaf in it — my kids like to do that, too, and pretend that it’s a birthday cake. πŸ˜€

    • That’s so funny.That’s exactly what he was doing with his cup of sand and leaf! =>

  8. Yep, it’s been nice and warm here, although now we’re in for some rain. That’s okay by me, we need it to keep the flowers blooming! Enjoy your nice weather!

  9. We’ve been outside in short sleeves all morning! Ahh, so fun! You’ve inspired me to find the sidewalk chalk and see what kind of driveway murals we can create this afternoon! Thanks for stopping by the blog.

  10. we have that exersaucerπŸ™‚ looks like a lovely day!

  11. Oh it looks so warm! Although it’s not quite warm enough where I’m at for sidewalk chalk and sandboxes it’s warm enough to enjoy the outdoors without seeing your breathπŸ™‚ Great pictures!

  12. Loving the photos – and the warmer weather. Especially loved the paws.πŸ™‚

  13. it’s getting warm around here too! love the last one with the shoes and chalk.

  14. Beautiful. It’s sunny here, but not warm.

  15. It’s always warm in the desert. Sidewalk chalk year around.

  16. ahh… we cannot play outside in our jammies yet, but it is getting warmer!

  17. I see Spring in those photos. Sweet, delicious Spring. And I’m jealous.πŸ™‚

  18. We had popscicles in the driveway yesterday, and N. dug up an old onion from my garden for me. I hardly minded the sticky and the dirt at all when it came time to change clothes AGAIN.

  19. Like minds, lady. We were outside, barefoot, in pajamas — and loving every minute of it. Pray this early spring weather doesn’t mean another blistering hot summer that comes too soon and stays too long!

  20. oh, your dog’s legs remind me of my dog’s legs.πŸ™‚
    and my baby has the same baby einstein exersaucer.πŸ™‚πŸ™‚

  21. Agh! More jealous than ever! Perpetual? Not quite. I got to have a patio lunch on Saturday, but by Monday night it was 25 degrees again.
    More envy: I think we have the same (Baby Einstein?) saucer, but yours looks so new! How’d you do that?

    • It’s a trick of the light! (And we’re actually borrowing it from a friend, so it’s been through at least five kids.) I try not to think of how many babies have spit up on it … =>


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