Welcome to my little corner of the crafty blogasphere. My name is Vicki and I blog about home*craft and everyday adventures from the heart of the valley in the Pacific Northwest.

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You didn't post once in February? How did you manage that? Ha! Glad to know that you are still busy over there. And if March comes in like a lion, surely, she'll leave like a lamb. We are getting snow today as well...a very liony day for sure.

I have not done one thing on my state quilt. My husband has not fixed my light box, which he picked up for nothing way last summer. I'd be tempted to be stressed, but have decided to be philosophical instead. I can just as easily work on it spring and summer evenings if he gets to it!

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Husbands are precious aren't they. They make everything possible for us day after day. God bless them.

Teresa Kasner

We had a similar view here in Corbett, Oregon! I put a photo of our snow and some other fun things on my blog.. hope you pop over and visit. ((hugs)), Teresa :-)


I missed you during Feb. So glad you are OK. Today in the Gulf Coast region of Texas, we are experiencing temps in the 80's. I got my first pedicure of the season because I am already in flip flops and capris.


Our March came in like a lion, too, with a quick few inches of snow coating everything. Yesterday and today, though, it has been 50 degrees and everything is mush and mud! Yuck! Can't wait till things start to grow. Nice to see you back!

Pam Kellogg

Yes, in like a lion here too Vicki! My yard pretty much looks the same. I'm eagerly awaiting the arrival of the Robins! Any day now!!!

You keep as busy as I do. Although I make a point to blog every morning. Keeps me focused on stitching progress and having something to share everyday.

Glad to know you're doing well.

Hugs, Pam


Oh Dear Vicki, It is so good to hear from you. Your friend here in Georgia feels much better, now that I have read your sweet post. I'm glad to know that all is well there for you and your family. I look forward to hearing from you soon.

I love the view from your kitchen window.

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