I'm joining Nancy at Rural Journal for Random 5 Friday.
Do you have a bucket list?
One of the things on my list is tulips.
I've often thought it would marvelous to see the tulip fields in the Netherlands.
I also figure it would be easier for me to visit the tulip fields in the Pacific North West.
This is a postcard of the Wooden Shoe Tulip Farm in Woodburn, Oregon.
The photo was taken by Jon Gnass and I found the image in TULIPS OF THE NORTHWEST:
A Postcard Book.
Can you imagine?
Field after field of tulips.
Heaven on earth!
(Thank you to the lovely Beth for hosting Postcard Friendship Friday)
I went to the grocery store and while there decided to check out the cut flowers.
I found more daffodils.
They were a little past their prime, but I couldn't resist.
Along with the daffodils, the Easter decorations were half off.
Now I ask you -- how could I pass up a bunny wearing tennis shoes?
One of my favorite cozy mystery series is The White House Chef by Julie Hyzy.
FONDUING FATHERS is the latest in the series.
Fun characters, good background story, good mystery, believable amateur sleuth.
Highly recommend but be sure you start with the first one
and read them in order.
The garden fairies are very happy.
The Gardenias have started to bloom in Musashi's Garden.
I'm going to the zoo today.
It is going to be on the cool side with low humidity.
Wishing YOU well and much joy!