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Monday, 18 April 2011


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I think the lovely spring weather is making us all lyrical!


Spring is here as well. Love it!

Julie Kirk

It *is* spring isn't it? I'm amazed at how the garden I thought was due an overhaul ... simply needed time and warmth and sunlight for a few weeks! I love our tiny outdoor space all over again now!


It is certainly lifting the spirits here in the west! I don't need anything more than you give Alexa, your writing and photo's warm my heart and lift my spirits.

Jacky S

I love the promise that Spring brings.....and always enjoy the scrapbooking that you share with us.


Alexa, I just love your writing and design, it's gorgeous in it's simplicity.

Karen W

I'd give your writing brownie points any day. Spring is very reluctant to show it's pretty head year. We've had snow the last two days. . . not enough to stick, but nonetheless, it's snow and I'm wanting flowers.

Diane Herman

Well Autumn is here in Australia but lucky for us it is more like Spring weather...and as its school holidays I am one happy mother :) I love the simplicity of your blog, your pictures and your words.
And yes I am planning a winter clothes shop and as our winter will finish just before we leave on our big adventure I will be able to go MAD at the winter sales :) oh and I will be packing lots of thermals for us all ;)


I am so enjoying spring, too! I always enjoy seeing scrapbook layouts and other crafty projects, photos, reading good stories, ....


I love your writing style, I feel like we are sitting together chatting away. I enjoy seeing your projects and your photos...your daughter does provide you with some wonderful shots ;)

Susie @ A Slice of My Life

The calendar says it's spring, but the weather outside doesn't seem to know it yet! I'm sure Al would give you lots of browine points. (what? you didn't know were on a first name basis?)

I do love spring and all the changes it brings.


Oh Alexa, those photos have made me homesick......

Paul B

Captivating photos Alexa. To find a quiet spot, by a stream, when it's warm and just soak up the atmosphere and perhaps a book, its my idea of bliss. x


Spring is sprung,
De grass is riz,
I wonder where dem birdies is?
De little birds is on de wing,
Ain’t dat absurd?
De little wing is on de bird!


Alexa - your blog is found in my favourites file - I just love your writing style. Keep doing what you doing and i will keep visiting.


I always enjoy your writing and your design so just keep on doing what you are doing Alexa :)


Lovely photos! Ah, spring....

I can pretty much echo what several people have said here - please just keep doing what you're doing! But having said that, I did find it interesting when you shared a layout a little while ago and talked us through the creative process a little. I don't think I'd want to see that process every time, but it's of interest to see it now and then, definitely :)


Hello Alexa! You are in my blogging friends list, so that means I love to visit it and know that no matter what you share there will always be something special to see and read. i love your photos and your digital prowess and feel I can always learn from your writing. So to quote an old country term... keep on truckin' :)

Hannah Mullens

Lovely photos, beautiful scenery :) Just keep going as you are, I love your blog as it is :)

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