Wednesday, March 28, 2007

Wordless Wednesday







Happy Spring!

44 comments:

Michelle Potter said...

How sweet! Working hard! :)

Judi said...

Too precious! Looks like there is a little gardener there. :)

Sonya said...

Very cute! I love that she is just digging right in!

Lauren S. said...

Great picture for spring. It looks like she has a green thumb!

Sallie said...

How cute! I love gardening!!

Kelly said...

Cute!!! My kids love to have their hands in the dirt!!!! I planted some dusty miller, I hope it makes it! I think that you being a missionary is really neat!!! My daughter has talked about missions a lot lately. She is only 11 so we will see!!

Peanut Butter and Jelly Boats said...

She is so cute! I think I'm going to do something fun like this with my boys this weekend.

Comedy + said...

Mothers little helper. This is a great shot to cherish. They grow so fast.

eph2810 said...

Looks like your little girl really enjoys gardening :). I hope that all will grow well for her.

Blessings on your Wednesday afternoon and always.

toni in the midst said...

Love your little "Mary, Mary." Her garden should grow just perfectly. Thanks for stopping by.
Blessings,
~toni~

Holly said...

I love seeing kids help out in every aspect of home. Gardening is such a wonderful resource for teaching and pleasure. Way to go mom!

Hugs,
Holly

Mom Tu-Tu said...

It looks like she's having a great time!

Brian said...

They do grow fast, just like flowers.

Thanks for stopping by.

moonfever0 said...

It's not quite spring planting season in New England, but I'm glad I can live vicariously through your picture! Thanks for visiting!

Danielle said...

Just the picture for spring. Planting, dirty hands and one cute kid.

Thanks for stopping by and good luck growing the next beauty.

diane said...

What a cute gardener!

Jennifer Lavender said...

Oh, my girls would so love to be digging in the dirt too. Great photo. ((Note to self, take cute photos of the girls playing in the dirt.))

RennyBA said...

Here from Lifecruiser. Great to see sign of spring - we actually got it in Norway too - quite early for the season.

letha said...

Looks like she's enjoying herself.

Stacie said...

What a beauty. Happy WW.

Jamie said...

Spring seems to be good for all growing things.

Kelly said...

My kids love playing in the dirt too. Didn't get it from me though! They must have gotten it from their grandmother.

Thanks for the visit!

aka R'acquel said...

That's so beautiful!

BabyTalkers said...

aww, what a sweetheart! she's adorable. thanks for visiting my WW. have a great night!

Amber said...

Ohhhhh, those sweet little hands!

KC said...

hard at work, growing things are fun. I'm not very good at it, I kill everything LOL.

elasticwaistbandlady said...

Finding out that her name is Mary would make this picture even better. As in "Mary, Mary quite contrary."

Cute picture. Happy WW!

Heather @ Desperately Seeking Sanity said...

We love to plant... our problem is keeping things alive... :)

How precious is she????

Heather

Nancy said...

How wonderful! I have another month or so before we can plant, so I am jealous. Enjoy your flowers!
-Nancy

Connie said...

very sweet!

Rav`N said...

doing a bit of spring planting? she's probably got a greener thumb than I do. I just planted some trees and I'm hoping they don't die. the aloe vera I planted a month or so ago is just barely surviving.

TorAa said...

It's spring. What better then to give life?

maiylah said...

oh, that's so sweet! i love plants and planting, too ... and am teaching my son to do the same. :)

melody said...

Refreshing the earth. She's doing a fantastic job and so sweetly.

Monkey Giggles said...

I am glad you stopped at my blog. I really enjoyed reading yours. Thank you for sharing. I have bookmarked you in bloglines. I will be back to visit again. Oh, wonderful picture. Great choice for wordless Wednesday. No words are needed. Smiles to ya.

Dawn said...

What an adorable picture! Thanks for stopping by my WW today and seeing the safari pix. I want to go someday as well. I had missionary cousins in various parts of Africa all my life, and my DIL is Kenyan. I NEED to go there.

Come back and visit again!

Dawn said...

I'm back because I wanted to let you know that I loved the previous post about knowing your a missionary kid when. . . I've heard so many of these things from my nieces who were missionaries for awhile, but lived in England much of their lives. They have a hard time relating to people who have never been in other cultures. They call themselves TCK's - Third Culture Kids.

Gene Bach said...

Hey there, thanks for visiting my blog today. I have added you to my favorite blogs list and will check back often. Take care.

Gene

IRENE said...

Giving Nature a hand...What can be more noble?

Twisted Cinderella said...

Wonderful pic! She looks so sweet hard at work.

Shelly Kneupper Tucker said...

She's lovely! send her to my garden, won't you?

kailani said...

Isn't it great that Spring is here? I love all those pretty flowers. Looks like you have yourself a great little helper!

Cece said...

What a great picture!

Angela Giles Klocke said...

Working hard!