You shouldn't believe everything you tell yourself. FEELINGS aren't FACTS.
Pam, love your header...just gorgeous!and you are very creative. Gosh, I'd take any one of those wreaths...just lovely! Love the babies; so sweet!
Tracy, thank you for the nice words. I have to tell you that I owned a flower shop and have done so many wreaths that I can't even count them. I am glad that I still love it after all of these years.The baby chicks and ducks have grown since I took that picture. They are still inside in my wash room in the dog's crates. I hope my Hubs gets their house and yard ready soon. Thank you for stopping by and commenting. Hugs back to you.
How pretty! I wish I was creative like that.
The wreaths are beautiful as always. You are so creative.How fun to have baby chicks and ducks to take care of and watch them grow. That was one of my best childhood memories, having baby chicks. Sometimes the mother hen got pretty mean though.Enjoy Spring and the signs of new life all around us.
The wreaths are beautiful Pam! How sweet are those chicks?
Hi Miss Pam,Your wreaths are "bee-u-tee-ful".Oh, baby chick-chicks and ducky's - oh I wish I could come over and see them. I would give each one a little baby hug. (o:Heaps of HugsPrudence
I think I see a lot of omelets in your future!The wreaths are so beautiful. I'm glad for you that you've been putting your creativity front and center. I believe that feeds the soul.
Those wreaths are gorgeous.
Love the wreaths, they are awesome. You are so talented.I want me some baby chick love too. How adorable. They grow so fast too.Have a terrific day. Big hug. :)
Very nice new header! And a very springy post, sweet wreaths and chirpy chics . . . I bet I know what your hubs will be building, and fast ;)
Chickie, you and your husband created Sunny. Your baby is beautiful. Besides you are so good at other things than I am. Depends on how you look at it.DeEtta, thank you for the kind words. I haven't had any chicks since we moved here. This is the first time we have raised ducks.Thanks AKelamula. Now to think of names for them.Prudence, the chicks are scared to death of anyone. I held one yesterday and it finally calmed down. Rudee, we love fresh eggs. They taste so much better. I agree with you about creativity. Travis, many thanks for the nice comment.Sandie, I just hope they all make it and that nothing gets them. I'll make sure to take more pictures for you.
You have a talent alright! Love them...and now I'm wanting me some baby chicks and a coop too lol!hugsSandi
The wreathes are beautiful Pam! I love baby chicks too :)
Those wreths are BEAUTIFUL!!!! wow Pam! I don't know why I am surprised though, your stuff always looks georgous. I can't make a wreath to save my life - I tried once and it looked very grave indeed. Those chicks are freaky. *shudders*... little things will be full grown BIRDS one day. lol... ;)
Sandee, the ducks have grown twice as big as the chicks. I'm ready for them to go outside. Lailani, Hubs looked at buying a ready made hen house, but to save money he decided to build it himself. Dawn, thank you my friend.Xmichra, You might not be able to make wreaths, but you do so many other things. I guessing you have not raised chickens by your comment. LOL!
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