Delicate pink blooms soaking in the morning dew
First Sign Of Spring
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Everything seems to be a bit gloomy in January so I am trying to cheer myself up with some springtime picture!
The colorful northern lights shine bright over a campfire overlooking the bay in Kim Norliens Night Fire.
There is perhaps no better place on earth to be than in Texas at springtime. Picture courtesy of Texas Highways Mag.
Flower Power Painting (18 months) Ingredients: several flavors of Kool-Aid water paintbrushes paint cups watercolor paper or cardstock (If you print pictures for your child to paint, you might want to print it on cardstock for durability with the watercolor.) Pour each Kool-Aid flavor into a different paint cup. Fill about half-full with water. Allow your child to paint a springtime picture. The paint will look like watercolor and will smell great. Once its dry, your child will be able to scratch and sniff the flowers!