Well hello, lovely.

Remember how Christian and I planted bunches of tulips all around our yard last fall? And, how they were starting to bud meaning that there was hope of spring in the future? Yeah, well they have grown and grown and eventually bloomed this past weekend… and much to my surprise, they weren’t tulips at all. Instead we have hoards of daffodils popping up out front and back. Not that I’m complaining because who can look at a daffodil and just not perk up. They have to be one of the happiest looking flowers that ever lived.

Kissing those winter blues buh-bye.

With that said. today marks the first day of spring – which means that as I just typed that I may have almost peed my pants with joy. Who’m I kidding I did pee my pants with joy. In order to help myself crawl out of this freezing cold winter cave I’ve found myself in I’ve been digging all the positive things out there. Postitive quotes, the pretty fricken flowers, strawberries, mantras, and, you know, spring in general. Since I’m feeling like there is once again hope on this planet I thought I’d share the happy inspiration that I’m digging. Maybe it will be a couple posts, maybe a series, maybe a weekly thing. Meh, who knows. But, today I’m happy and I want to drag you into the happy with me.

There’s Hope.

Christian and I planted 50 tulip bulbs around our yard last fall and they’re already starting to sprout! I can’t wait to see what they’ll look like since they were sort of tossed into random holes (cough, last minute) before the ground froze. These early buds may have something to do with the warm, warm weather we’ve been having, but, to me, it means only one thing: spring is on it’s way!

This, that and some other thing.

We’ve also had a bit of excitement with our drier. Now I know it’s hard to not get all riled up with just the mention of a drier, because well driers are like sex. Something everyone secretly wants to talk about, but doesn’t because they don’t want to seem like the creeper that breathes heavily in the corner. So, now that it’s out in the open, our drier is broken.