A few things that I have most recently added to an online shopping cart and removed with a sigh and a frown, followed by guilt for desiring so many things that I do not actually need. MODERN LIFE.
Allison: Oh yes, flowers are truly the best.
Lyndsay Buchanan: Aw, adorable! I didn't do it at school but I was in a little dance group that occasionally pulled out the ol' maypole.
Verhext: Oh, I don't think it's so weird for little kids to know about fertility rites, ha! I'm sure they just focus on the sweet side of things and not so much the, uh, phallic.
erica-knits: I cannot wait. I am counting down the weeks.
Emma Jay: Thank you, I'm glad you liked it!
Madi, Color Collective: Yay spring!
kenzie: Awesome, I like this mission of ours!
Katie: I might have some children get very angry with me if I take over the tetherball pole... might be worth it, though.
sn: I didn't do that, personally, but it sounds like something that would be so much fun to do! We did have easter baskets, though. Those were pretty.
sarah: Oh no! Aw, what a story -- but I can understand! I did the same thing when I was a kid and saw snow for the first time one year. These days I would never bound anywhere because of snow but I did love it then. Spring rules!
erin: Yessssss! Maypoles!
Ashley Anna Brown: Oh, that sounds so nice! I love greenhouses!
april: Yes! Peach, white, and gold! Sounds fantastic!
Doorknobs And Daiquiris: Yes! It makes me want to run out to a field somewhere and pick wildflowers.
Jane Flanagan: Oh, it will be here soon enough! I know, fall is also wonderful, and I agree, the transitional seasons are the best. There's just so much excitement in the air. It positively buzzes!
Laura: Thank you! Soon! Not much longer now.
Up The Wooden Hills: I'm glad you like the post! I think you should pick wildflowers and make a maypole in your parents' garden again, how beautiful.
Jennifer: Thanks so much!
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