Thursday, March 11, 2010

It's the little things...

...that make the big things less intimidating. We had an ice storm up here about a month, or so, ago and it caused lots of damage to the trees in higher elevations. Some of our friends had lots of trees down around them. So Wayne took his chainsaw and cut up about 5 or 6 truckloads and hauled it home. He's been out there splitting and stacking for almost a week!! His stacks are so prestigiously done, I knew I could never have the patience to stack like he does. So, he asked me to just stack the small stuff...which I did! Of course, my stack is no where near the awesomeness of his...but it's cuter. Just like this little bunny...
My friend, Mary Ann, found this little bunny hopping around by herself, lost cold and hungry, after her mommy was killed by some mean varmint. I've been trying to help her find a home for it. It's the sweetest little thing. She just wants to be held and petted. If you put her down she comes hopping up to you and tries to climb up your leg. I think I may have found someone to take her [fingers crossed]. And then there's these little things:..the first sign of Spring!!! Little yellow jonquils!! I'll post more pictures when they open up! And now I'm off to make some "little things".

And, in case you didn't notice the little link on my right sidebar, I'm posting it here:

The Small Is Beautiful Manifesto

~ click on it and join in the "Small Is Beautiful" community!

Be on the lookout for my Newsletter this weekend! If you're not on my mailing list, you can join up via the link on the right side column of my blog page. I'm going to be offering an "Ides of March/Spring Forward" discount!!

Have a wonderful day!! We are going to go see "Shutter Island" [makes me "shutter" just thinking about it]....I'll have a review over the weekend, for those of you contemplating going to see it. My sister said it was awesome, so we'll see :)
♥ & peace always ~ Kathy

"The only man who never makes mistakes is the man who never does anything." ~ Theodore Roosevelt


  1. hee hee ~ yes Katie, it actually is pretty could all be burnt up in one night out by the Chiminea, or the campfire!

  2. Your woodpile is cute! :)

  3. Having stacked lots of wood myself over the years...yours needs some work my friend, but I commend you for your hard work! lol
    Love the little cute. I hope she finds a home soon.
    Spring is starting here and I'm sooo happy!
    Have a great weekend everyone.


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