Ok, this first picture was actually a couple of days ago, but Finn was so enthralled with the trike he never remembered he owned that I had to include it. He loves the bell just as much as he always did.
I saw this green sweater in my felted wool scrap bag and snips of the brown sweater and a tree with needle-felted apples just jumped out at me. I realize that apple trees don't exactly scream "spring", but I love him anyway.
The grass. It's getting bigger. So big, in fact, that I may not be able to talk across the table much longer while actually looking people in the eyes. I think a cat grass clipping might be in order soon. Paulie and Philip have a couple of cats at their mom's house, and they are eager to see if the cats will eat their grass.
In my mail, this lovely Easter book illustrated with stained glass illustrations inspired by English cathedral windows and narrated solely with Scripture. It is truly a work of art.
When I posted on the kids' school art and didn't have any art from Paulie to show, I promised to post about his pottery when it finally made it's way home. So here it is! He was thrilled to show us, and loving pottery the way I do, I was excited to see what he'd been working on. He did such a great job!
I hope today contains just as many bits of loveliness as yesterday.