Photo Friday – Signs of Spring

I thought this might be my shortest blog EVER!

Then, I decided I could probably improve my attitude.

Here’s what I found:

Wind blowing clothes on the line.

Wind blowing clothes on the line – sideways…

Ornamental grass before haircut.

Ornamental grass before haircut.

Ornamental grass with crew cut.

Ornamental grass with crew cut.

Mud - n - Hay

Mud – n – Hay

Patience - n - Perseverance

Patience – n – Perseverance

 with a sprig of green!

with a sprig of green!

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About Marla Rose

This blog documents country life in central Illinois with lots of pictures, and various other ideas/adventures that come my way. My hope is to make you laugh (or at least smile) and appreciate this life!
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21 Responses to Photo Friday – Signs of Spring

  1. cecilia says:

    wow, you really do have a little green! wonderful.. love the trousers on the line.. looks like half a person hung out to dry!..have a lovely weekend.. c

    On Fri, Mar 28, 2014 at 9:43 AM, justmakethecoffee wrote:

    > Marla aka Crazy Mom posted: “I thought this might be my shortest blog > EVER! Then, I decided I could probably improve my attitude. Here’s what I > found: “

  2. Dianna says:

    Love the pictures. Can’t believe those slacks in the wind!

  3. Buffy says:

    You have super cute goats! Stay out of that wind! Hopefully it is blowing in Spring!

  4. debweeks says:

    I miss my clothes line!!! But clothes flying in the wind is most certainly a sign of spring.

    And I need to get out and trim our ornamental grass. Thanks for the reminder. I’ll add that to my ever growing to-do list for this weekend.

  5. dayphoto says:

    Those pants are HUGE!!! The wind has made a big balloon out of them!

    ❤⊱彡 Linda
    http://coloradofarmlife.wordpress.com

  6. Those puffed up pants on the clothesline has just got to be a photo contest winner. Do you have a total of 7 goats now?

  7. Beth Ann says:

    The clothes line picture is perfect. And the goats. You know I love your goats. 🙂

  8. Linda Burkhart says:

    Love the picture of the pant’s on the clothes line. I have thought about using mine until I realized there’s still a 2 foot snow drift under it. My flower beds are also still covered in snow also, by the time the snow melts here we will have to do everything at once. Not sure if we will have enough hay to make it till we have green grass. Sure would love a couple warm days, but it will come. I had better get everything done inside because when the weather changes, I will live outside, which sounds good! Have a great weekend!!

    • Linda … I’ve been trying to adhere to getting inside work done, too! My husband has voiced concern over our hay supply. I guess I should consider ourselves lucky to not have snowdrifts lingering! I did see snow along the north side of a timber bank yesterday. Good luck with your inside projects!

  9. pattisj says:

    Love the crew cut! LOL

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