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Thursday, January 26, 2012

Big plans...

Anybody else out there dreaming through seed catalogs?
A bear can dream can't he??


Mary said...

Oh my goodness! I want to hug him. He looks so real and looking forward to Spring like all of us. You've created a sweetie pie!

Ciara said...

So sweet!!

Yes, the spring is arriving here too, slowly, slowly. Dreams of gardens and green.

Adore your snow and ice photos. xxxx

Stone Angel said...

Oh WOW of WOW! - what a wonderful bear - love his/her spectacles.

JeannetteLS said...

You are a nut! Thank goodness. I used to lose myself in seed catalogs and nursery catalogs this time of year, when I had a house and garden.

My guess is that next year I will be looking to start seeds for a patio garden! I am breathing this year, and will try to make up my mind as to what I would like when I am living here during gardening season.

How lucky you are to have a bear go through everything for you. Does he turn down the corners of what he thinks you would like?

farmlady said...

This is one of those posts that is a breath of spring (fresh) air.
It's wonderful, delightful and so creative. Love the upside down flower pot.
Is the bear up for adoption or do you need his help digging holes for the seeds?

Valerie Brown said...

I just love your creations - and the bear with a seed catalog is great! Thank you for injecting some whimsy into my morning!

Sherry O'Keefe said...

our growing season here is just shy of 100 days. and i was reading an article this week that says the zones have changed enough that next year's seed packets will reflect the changes in these zones.

your bear is adorable. truly.

Marylinn Kelly said...

"Sold." Sigh. He would have enjoyed a much longer growing season here in LA, though might find that fur coat a tad warm. Yet another enchanting creature, dreaming of spring, tra la. xo