Welcome and Blessings!

Thank you so much for stopping by! I have named this blog "Running to the Cross" because that is what I often find myself doing...running to be with my Lord Jesus! I often cover many aspects of life on my blog, as it is my journal. I used to write things down in all sorts of notebooks, but my writings would soon be lost. So I decided that it was time to start a blog and share my thoughts and ideas with others. Many topics you will find here are prayers, homemaking and organization, children and pregnancy, funny stories, and the challenges of parenting and motherhood. If you enjoy my blog and leave me a comment, you are likely to have me visit! I love meeting others and gleaning from the lives of others. May you be blessed! Your friend in Christ, Heather

Friday, April 11, 2008

Daffodils Anyone?

Daffodils are EVERYWHERE!!! No one told me that I was going to experience this kind of beauty at our new location!!! I am just amazed!!! Here are some pictures...by the way, I could pick a vase full of daffodils EVERYDAY and still not make a dent in them!!!



And I also have TONS of raspberry vines growing...here is a picture...the raspberry has a bristly, red stem with thorns, and jagged fuzzy green leaves that are white on the bottom. The bristles on the stem feel like a hairy chin!

That's all the time I have, it's movie night and we are getting ready to watch one of the episodes of the Waltons.

Have a great evening & weekend!

Blessings!

Heather

4 comments:

BellaMama said...

What a beautiful blessing!!
Those pictures are just breathtaking!
Thanks for sharing for those of us that are still seeing little bits of snow in the rain storms!!
Blessings, Mrs.C.

motherofmany said...

There is only one word for these pictures-

REFRESHING!

Sileena said...

Those daffodils are absolutely gorgeous! Thanks for sharing some of the beauty of His creation in your neck o the woods.

EllaJac said...

Wow, that's amazing! I don't have any daffodils (I'm never motivated enough to plant a bulb in fall for a flower in spring), but that's almost enough to inspire me. I'd probably have fewer, though. :)