Friday, February 27, 2009

Show and Tell

I'm not the only one at my house anxiously waiting for spring. As bad as I want to get my hands in the dirt, she wants to feel the warm soil between her toes.

She is much more patient than I am!

Isn't she adorable? She's made of resin, is almost 30 inches tall and I got her for 39.99! She just had to come home with me. Now all we need is some nice warm sunshine to melt the snow!

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15 comments:

Darla said...

What a nice addition to your gardens. She looks like she needs some dirt between her toes!

Heather said...

she is going to look great in the garden!

playsdolls said...

Your ew garden piece is a prefect addition to any garden.I am sure you and her will be out in the dirt soon.

Leann said...

She's wonderful, be sure to post a photo when she's surrounded by greenery and flowers.

Cedar ... said...

Have you named her yet? So much fun to add something like that to your lawn/garden. Yes,... photo, when she's settled in out there!

Susan said...

She is adorable. Where does she live as she waits for spring?
Susan

Dianne said...

She would look so great with daisies growing around her.
I've been hearing a ruckus in my shed-I think the gnomes and fairies want to occupy their garden again!
: )

Terry & Dennis Macri said...

I love her, can't wait until you show us how she looks in your garden.

Beautiful Pear Tree Lane said...

She is adorable, and I know you will find the right place for her to enjoy your garden with you. Thanks for sharing.
Blessings,
Sue

Chari said...

Hello Jean...

Just wanted to stop by to say thank you for coming by my place to take a peek at my ebay ironstone bargain...thank you for all of your sweet comments too!!!

This is my first time to visit your blog...so very nice to meet you! I just adore your pretty little garden girl...well, she really isn't so little at 30" tall...hehe!!! She'll be lovely in the garden!!! Some day soon, Spring will show itself...hehe!

Warmest wishes...
Chari

Suzanne said...

She's beautiful and so charming.

Yellow Rose Arbor said...

Very pretty! I love all kinds of figurines, someday I'm going to post them on my blog.

Katherine

Utah Grammie said...

She's pretty and I though she was wood - what a great garden piece! She'll have so much fun in your (always) beautiful garden :-)

Susie Homemaker said...

I can't wait to see her in all her glory...I am soooo ready to get my hands (and toes) dirty!

Blessings,
Susie

Rosemary said...

This has been a long winter ,can hardly wait for some spring weather, too .Your little girl will be a great addition , looking forward to seeing where you place her in the garden......