March was filled still with lotsa cold temps…not much outside time and when those days did arrive, I – along with the rest of the world – certainly made it my mission to get outside. Every budding flower or tree was just one more affirmation that Spring, indeed, was going to arrive. Oh, we of little faith…
I kicked off the month with an email from the host of Sunday Baroque: I’d written because I wanted to listen to the program as it was being broadcast and I wasn’t having any luck finding the right channel! Listening has been wondrous every Sunday since. To that end, on Sat, 30 March, I attended the 5 hours’ long live presentation of Wagner’s Die Walküre, boradcast in High Definition and shown in local movie theaters – in over 70 countries. T’was magic!
Quilting was the main focus of the month as we get ready for the soon-to-be-here quilt show, May 3-5. Photos 4, 11, & 18 show works by others; #12 is asnapshot of my sewing studio…
Loved the #blueskyblooms: photos15, 17, 19 & 24 … especially 15. If you look closely between the pink blossoms, you will see there’s actually a person sitting on the bench, pen and journal in hand…and no, it “ain’t me!”
The merry-go-round – # 22 – is a just.because. #27, my friend Kathy. Our newest family member, Hazel the labradoodle – niece Chris’s pup: #s 8, 9 & 29. Chris informed me that Hazel has her own Instagram account. She, Hazel, that is, has been approached for modeling gigs ~ she’s very photogenic, according to Chris!
Looking forward to all that April will unfold. Have a great weekend!
7 thoughts on “collecting march 2019…”
That pup is just adorable! What a great month March was!!
Yep! I’ve yet to “meet” her! I think this reflection exercise is a great way to give gratitude for our lives. I also liked yours very much from earlier.
What a lovely month. (And Hazel is picture-perfect!) XO
Spring colors are amazing (and I think PINK might be my new favorite color 😉 … I love that Chris sends you photos of her new pup (gah!, I owe Sara a photo of Holly for sure) … and wow, March was full of many good things. Wishing you the same for April!
Wow! So pretty! You make albums with your photos, your moments. This is precious.
I especially like your photos of the sunrises, and the trees – just lovely. Such a great idea to collect photos like this – though I couldn’t see one of you this time?
I really like how your calendar looks…what program do you use for this?
Gold star! 😉 (&vugs)