The Smell Of Spring



Have a look at my beautiful sunflower. Boy has it been a long wait! I remember planting the seeds and wondering whether they would come up. Since then the garden has been flooded twice and I had weeks where I didn't even glance at them due to sickness and a series of other unfortunate events.


Add to that the fight with the galahs. Can you blame them for flying in and attacking them - they are like giant lolly pops screaming 'eat me, eat me'.

This afternoon I am heading off on my annual girls weekend away. Each year we go to "scrapmania" a weekend of scrapbooking and crafting. I am looking forward to going through my photos, reconnecting with them and making some great albums for us all to look back on and treasure. I love having the time to sit and think and write.

The camp is held at 'Camp Elim' which is just outside Forster on the banks of the most beautiful lake. I will take some pictures to share with you all.

Most of all, I am looking forward to some relaxation and renewal time. An opportunity to recharge my batteries. I have so many ideas for our garden and I smell spring in the air. I feel that it is almost time to plant. Just need a few more warm days to heat up the earth a little more before I plant the seeds.

I hope you all have a great weekend as well.

5 comments:

BunnoGal said...

I am eaegerly awaiting the arrival of spring too.

Have fun on your scrap retreat. It sounds great.:-)

Suzan said...

Enjoy your retreat. Enjoy the glimpses of spring. It was 30 today in my corner of south east Queensland so I guess spring is on its way.

Katrina said...

Have a great time and thanks for reminding me of the joy of sunflowers

Ladybird World Mother said...

How lovely... I adore sunflowers... have a wonderful weekend. It sounds just blissful!x

libby said...

Have fun at your weekend away. I look forward to seeing your photos.

Libby