Friday, March 25, 2011

BOWL OF BUNNIES & 1ST ROBIN

A picture of the "work in progress" on a bowl of bunnies & eggs.

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Janice at http://www.primsbythewater.blogspot.com/ had posted recently about how she loves hearing the call of the red-winged blackbird - a sure sign of spring.  I share this love with Janice as I grew up around the lakes/marshes and that sound is very familiar and comforting to me.

Last night I was a little blue.  I was standing at the kitchen sink and something caught my eye hopping by right under the window:  THE FIRST ROBIN OF THE YEAR.  It was a sign for me - new life - hope - cheer up!  The sun is shining so bright today - it is a good day!  I hope and pray that anyone out there needing a sign of new life or hope receives it.  Sometimes it comes in the simplest of of things.


5 comments:

Prims By The Water said...

Hi Lisa, I believe my robins left and came to your area...LOL...I would too with the snow we got last weekend!!! Thanks for mentioning my blog. keep up the great work! Janice

Angela said...

Lisa, Hope you are having a better day. It gets so hard sometime for us to stop and notice the simple things. In them we can find our greatest rewards. Blessings for a great weekend.

colleens craft shed said...

I am waiting to see my first robin yet this year. I hope soon! We had 15 inches of snow this past wednesday so I hope if we do have some robins around here they are doing fine. I love your blog.
Colleen

Mrs.Kwitty said...

That is such a cheerful sign of spring...and a good way to chase off those will-winter-ever-end blues! Haven't seen any here yet, but it shouldn't be too long.
Smiles, Karen

TheFairyyellowbugQueen said...

Lisa, your blog is wonderful. I love this post. Someone once told me: pay attention to what you notice and notice what you pay attention to. My theory is that gifts (signs [like of 'spring']) are given to us and all we have to do is notice. I've been enjoying the robins here in Vancouver, Canada too!! Well, creative hugs to you, Norma