Lovely daffodils. I enjoy reading your blog. Thanks for all your postings. I learn a lot from all you bloggers.
I love the branch with the blue sky behind it.
16 days!!! Looks like you have some things going on now, way to go! Looking forward to seeing more.
Spring is coming!!!!!Yahoo!!!! I worked in one of my flower beds today, it felt so good!
Hooray! Great pictures to display life returning to the gardens!
Spring is coming!! Almost time to get the hands into some dirt!
Thanks for the comments. It is unseasonably warm this week. It was in the lower 60s today, and tomorrow, it is supposed to get to 70, but Friday, 59, and the weekend in the 40s. I'm glad I have my gamble garden in, because the soil will be wet for awhile.
Ahhh! The crocuses! Heavenly Beauties on Earth!
Warm weather is predicted for today and well into next week. I can't wait to see some signs of spring like yours.Marnie
hi sue.... lovely bright pictures sure does wonders to the mind n spirit....do stop by in my blog n see those pictures .
Lovely as always, Sue. Spring is well on it's way here too. Or at least I hope it is not teasing us again. :)
I see some life there, Sue. And some bare ground that I bet you're just itching to get to. :)
Such lovely photos of the early signs of spring in your part of the country. I love when the bulbs come up and announce that winter is almost over.Cindy
Thanks for the next batch of comments. I love crocuses, but don't need very many to enjoy them. Soon, there will be more blooms that will last longer. That dirt shouldn't be bare long. ;o)Enjoy whatever part of spring you find yourself in!
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