Friday, April 2, 2010

Time For a Break

IT'S SPRING, at least that's what my volunteer peach tree thinks. This pink display came from a pit I tossed a few years ago and forgot. I probably won't get any fruit, but man do I get the blossoms and the fragrance. The bees are dancing, they're so happy about all that sticky sweet nectar.

So, after snapping these pictures and taking a walk around my garden I realized it's almost Easter. Good grief. I don't have the New Year's Eve confetti out of the carpet yet.


I'm off to join my family and friends in some R &R, a hunt for some colorful eggs and bunny stories. Can't get enough bunny stories, right? My favorite is still Peter Rabbit with Br'er Rabbit a close second.

Do you have a favorite? 

 I'll be back by the 7th to return to "My Writing Life," you know that saga about slogging through from beginning to end on a novel. Then I'll have a couple of interviews to spice up those days when . . . ahem . . . I'm ready to toss that said novel. 

Happy Easter. Happy Spring.


  1. I love it when you post pics of your garden. It's so beautiful. Enjoy your holiday, Lee.

  2. Gorgeous photos!! Love the pink one :)


  3. Beautiful photos! Happy Easter, Lee.

  4. Have a wonderful spring break, Lee. Your yard looks warm enough to sit in comfortably. I'm jealous!

  5. Man you must have a green thumb. If I tossed a peach pit, I don't know what I'd get but you can bet it wouldn't be a beautiful, fragrant flowering tree!

  6. What a beautiful garden. Wish I could toss a peach pit out the door and have hope of getting a pink tree. But in WI I don't think it'd work.

  7. Happy Spring! I would love to have a peach tree - that was a lucky toss.

  8. Hi again! It's great to be home. Now I have to settle in and get my fingers back on some computer keys.

    Thanks for leaving spring messages while I took a break. It's wonderful to have notes to read.


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