Thursday, February 28, 2013

Good Morning

 
 
Good morning to you on this windy day.......
 
All week it has been
somewhat
gloomy until this morning.
 
To keep from catching the gloom
I
kept busy
 
planting more garlic
 
discovering Pandora Radio 
 
cooking Greek Style Scampi
 
steaming Swiss Chard and making many salads ( gifts from the garden)

winning a giveaway on Two Men and A Little Farm's blog
 
 joining Mike the Gardener's Seeds of The Month Club

watching The Well Digger's Daughter  a sweet movie on Netflix

Good-bye Gloom!!!
 
 Today the sun is shining, the birds are singing
and
the wind seems to have blown
spring
into my garden !!!

I am so ready to plant tomatoes!
 
salad greens from the garden

thank you.... Two Men and A Little Farm

Greek Style Scampi


 Netflix instant watch





Wishing you an early spring,
 
Dottie
 
I am linking to A Favorite Thing.
and
Sunlit Sunday 

21 comments:

  1. Your fresh greens from the garden look wonderful. We always loved growing Swiss Chard...it has such a light delicate flavor. I would love to see this movie, too!

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  2. Your garden gift looks delicious. And I just watched the same movie a couple of weeks ago. I also enjoyed your Blue Willow post! Enjoy the nicer weather!

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  3. This is the second time in as many weeks that "The Well Digger's Daughter" has been brought to my attention. I think that the universe is telling me to tune in!

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  4. Must look up that movie!

    Your photos are so fresh and bright

    Have a great week and I hope that March will be a good month for you.

    Fiona ♥

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  5. Sounds absolutely perfect, from salad greens & garlic to a film set in Provence!
    Merci!

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  6. ha ha ha love this but it's snowing here ! :)

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  7. What a lively day! So many good things to banish the gloom. Thanks for the movie recommendation. It looks wonderful!

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  8. Wonderful favorite things. I'm going to watch that movie for sure!

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  9. Hi Dottie,
    What a wonderful blog! I read your profile and I agree....with Jesus by our side our days are blessed and full of hope and joy!
    You have had quite a good week. You have such a sweet spirit. You are a reflection of God's goodness.
    Thank you for visiting my blog and for your kind comment.
    Have a wonderful weekend,
    Blessings,
    Carolynn xo

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  10. Your scampi looks so delicious and the salad greens are wonderful. We saw some real sun today and the daffodils are finally flowering so I can't wait to start sowing my salad leaves and veg. I'm going to give that movie a go. Take care. Chel

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  11. Pandora radio is so great - I was late in discovering it too, but now love it :-)

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  12. Those greens look delicious! I can't wait to start planting my garden :) Found you on A Favorite Thing and I would love to have you share this on The Creative HomeAcre Hop today!
    http://www.theselfsufficienthomeacre.com/2013/03/the-creative-homeacre-hop-5.html

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  13. I am so ready for Spring, Dottie! Those greens look delicious. The sun has just peeked out here today - fingers crossed that it stays out.

    Thanks so much for joining in this week.

    xo
    Claudia

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  14. Spring is beginning to spring! Love your salad greens. There's nothing like a garden and playing in the dirt! Fun post. Thank you, Dottie!

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  15. Good Morning, Dottie

    I'm delighted to have you join in at "Sunlit Sunday" this week. I've made a little note about the movie you're recommended and only wish I could try the delicious looking scampi.

    There is still snow on the ground here, but it's nice to see your greens and hear about your gardening. Enjoy your planting time!

    -Karen

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  16. I can hardly wait for fresh greens from our garden this year, yours look delicious!
    I'll have to check out the movie.

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  17. It all looks so delicious! I have a ways to go yet for spring and planting but It's always fun to see that others are enjoying it already! The movie looks very interesting!

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  18. Too cold to garden here; we still have snow on the ground.

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  19. Congratulations on your win, Dottie! The wind has been fierce here! Nearly blows you over! Enjoy those beautiful salad greens! blessings ~ tanna

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  20. I felt the same way all week. Very dusty and dreary and so busy that I wasn't inspired to do anything. But today there is sun; we've been for a walk and had lunch out and now I have the back door opening and am listening to the tweets of the birds as I catch up with blog friends. Wishing you a wonderful day. Tammy

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  21. hI,
    I didn't know the movie was in French and I started it when my eyes were tired. Do you know where I am going here? I feel asleep after a bit. have plans to watch it again. Thank you for the recomendation.
    Dottie
    http://tadlafleur.blogspot.com/

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