Signs of Spring

I know that my southern friends are gearing up for the heat of summer. You know that old saying March comes in like a lion and out like a lamb. Well the lamb is taking his sweet time leaving!!
DSCN6164Speaking of SWEET!!
This “little” fellow is really quite giant for a 2 month old!! His name is Macho and he follows us all around. Sometimes we are quite cheesy and even sing the little song…
DSCN6158 Last summer I went a little more contemporary near the front entry, but this year I decided to let it be more rustic. A little spinach and strawberries tucked in for good measure. If we are running late in the morning we can just pick a little lunch for school on the way out the door – ha!
DSCN6162 Because I know some of you antique, rustic, vintage, junk-lovers are wondering…that box is a mink house. The 1900’s house was a homestead and in the 70’s and 80’s when furs were the rage --- they raised minks on the farm.
DSCN6163  Lanterns and milk buckets….
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While we wait on summer…happy long-lasting Spring!

9 comments:

Donna Wilkes said...

Love Mr. Macho! Very beautiful front entry with the tubs and mink box (though I had never heard of a mink box -I now want one!)

Rustic & Refined said...

Mr Macho is too cute! and I love the rustic side you showed. The mink box is great!

Fishtail Cottage said...

Sweet little spring lamb...Would be great if you'd share your post over at Fishtail Cottage's Garden Party this upcoming Thursday. xoxo, tracie

Marsha said...

I love your rustic decor and Mr. Macho is pretty cute too!

Alison Agnew said...

What a sweet looking lamb! And your vintage/industrial entry looks lovely! Thanks for sharing at Fridays Unfolded!

Alison
Nancherrow

Fishtail Cottage said...

Thank you for joining in the garden party over here at Fishtail Cottage! Can't wait to see you again this Thursday! xoxo, tracie

Jody and Stan said...

Thanks so much for sharing this cute Signs of Spring post. I'll be featuring you this week at Simple & Sweet Fridays. Have a wonderful weekend!
Hugs,
Jody

deb @ frugal little bungalow said...

He is adorable! :)

Art and Sand said...

I adore your rustic planters.

We have a black goldendoodle puppy who right now looks like a little black sheep because of a haircut. She would love to play with Macho.

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