A Weekend of Promise

This weekend started off with so much promise. I had dreams of all the work I was going to get done.

Here was my list:

1. Weed the backyard
2. Organize excess clutter
3. Clean my wood floors
4. Clean my bathrooms
5. Make artwork
6. Shop for food
7. Get ready for the week

Things crossed off my list, a big ZERO!

I came down with a spring cold. I did manage to pick some spring flowers from my garden before it began to rain. Here are the photos I took before the rain came pouring down.


Sweet snowdrops




Freesia in various colors . . . I love these fragrant flowers




The view from my bedside






This sweet man patiently took care of me all weekend and I'm on the mend now. Here he is writing away like the bard he is.

29 comments:

Fleur de Bee said...

Seems like everyone is getting ill these days. Hope you are feeling better! I came by because it has been so long since I visited and I wanted to purchase a shoe. Looks like I will have to comission one from you. Perhaps email me and let me know if you would be willing!

Have a most lovely start to your week! LOVE the flowers!

Molly

starrynightimpressions said...

flowers are the best remedy to any ailment!
feel better soon!
and your hubby looks like a cutie :)
blessings,
starrydeborah

LiLi M. said...

Nancy, your look from your bed, the flowers, the bard, I almost envie you. Just joking, not really of course, Good to hear that you are on the mend now.


Btw; thanks for leaving me such a sweet comment on my last post on collecting cardboard boxes. When I added the side bar button, I discovered that I was a week too late, just my luck! Though I had to laugh about it. I changed the links to the mr. linky page and believe me, every one has her post up now! Sorry if I have caused any inconveniences.
Hope you feel well again and you have a nice day!

Lori said...

Nancy, i hope you are feeling better soon...the view from your bed is lovely...your flowers look so pretty...i can't wait until i have something blooming over here!!!

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

Bonjour Nancy!
I hope you get better soon. A spring cold is no fun to have especially when you have so many things to do!! Your flowers are just lovely. We are waiting for our crabapple trees to bud their beautiful flowers, but that won't be until late April!

Love and blessings to you all! Anita

Zita - Mlle Magpie said...

Hope you're feeling better soon. Your flowers are so beautiful. I especially like your aqua vase with the white snowdrops.

LissyLou said...

beautiful flowers x

The Victorian Parlor said...

I'm glad that you are feeling better:) Your flowers are just beautiful!

Blessings,

Kim

KarenHarveyCox said...

I am so sorry to hear about your cold. It looks like you were in good hands though.

Nancy, Gabriela Delworth is hosting a Marie party soon. I thought you might love to know.

Have a lovely week, wishing you good health.
Karen

Rebecca Ramsey said...

If you had to be sick, I'm glad you had lovely flowers at your bedside and a sweetheart to take care of you! So happy you're feeling better now!
Becky

Jade Creative said...

Sit back and smell the flowers.
Have a relaxing day, and
thank you for visiting.
Darlene

Valarie said...

Nancy...I hope you feel better..don't you just love the rain?? We need it here in Colorado, but no such luck. Your flowers are beautiful. Valarie

Elyse said...

i hope the lovely flowers will help you get over your cold quickly. they are beautiful.

thank you for the helpful comments on my blog!

feel better soon.

LW said...

I love snowdrops and Freesia...
I use to tell my children a wonderful story when they were little, about why snowdrops were the first flower to bloom after a long winter nap...

Hope you are feeling better...

Louise

Bellamere Cottage said...

You're so lucky to have such lovely flowers in your very own yard! Here in the Pacific NW things on the flower front are pretty darn bleak. Even the poor little primroses are soggy!

Blessings,
Spencer

bluemuf said...

Nancy, beautiful flowers and a little rest plus some loving care is sure to make you well.

take care and get well soon.

Hugs Karen

Enzie at World Market Portraits said...

Nancy, I am sorry to hear you were not feeling well and hope that you have recovered some. Your flowers are beautiful, - I love snow drops!

Ulla said...

Feel better soon! We have sunshine in the air, and birds singing in the trees - Let me know if I can do anything for you...
Kisses
Ulla

Ulla said...

oh yes, and thank god for bards!

karlascottage.typepad.com said...

That is exactly what happened to my list too. Take care!

cathymichaelsdesign said...

Oh Nancy - your shoes never cease to amaze me - absolutely beautiful - I also love all the pics of your flowers - you are so lucky to have flowers all ready. Here in Canada we still have a couple of month to wait. Thanks for the nice comments on my blog
Cathy

L'Hélène said...

Wow! Those flowers are amazing! The snow isn't even all melted up here.

And your bard is very handsome. :-)

lorhen82 said...

I hope you're all better soon! I'm still working on that after being sick for over a month!

The flowers are so pretty, and I just LOVE your brick wall! ~Lori

Debi said...

Hi Nancy,
Oh my, your list looks like mine! So sorry about your cold, but what beautiful flowers to make you feel better! I haven't been blogging for quite sometime, but I'm back now and am realy looking forward to visiting you again!
Love the sissors and the shop!Looks like I will have buy them!
Hope you feel better soon and how sweet your husband is for taking care of you!
See you soon!
Hugs,
Debi

shiborigirl said...

Oh, so sorry to hear you got sick. May I suggest a few cups of my Marble Man's Special Tea? Recipe on my blog. Guaranteed to knock the cold out of you, and your socks off. :)

Feel better soon...

Kate

Dolly said...

Hope you are feeling better soon dear friend!

Hugz n Blessings,
Dolly

Rosemary said...

Hope you are feeling a lot better Nancy!!
Love the flowers!
Rosemary

Rosemary said...

Hi again Nancy,
Just bought the scissors. They are pretty great!
Thanks for the tip.
Rosemary

Heather ~Pretty Petals said...

Oh your flowers are beautiful... and I hope you are feeling better now. So nice of your sweet guy to take care of you. ;))

xoxo