Wishing you all a Very Happy Spring!
My mini daffodils are blooming. They’re a fun sign of Spring. I was hoping to get a pretty picture of them in the sunshine. Unfortunately, the rain has set in and the sun is hidden behind a canopy of gray clouds. Fortunately, daffodils are bright yellow and they show fairly well in a photo anyway.
I could have picked a few, brought them inside, and tried to take some better photos. I just didn’t have the heart to pick them. To me, they’re out there trying so hard to cheer up the winter world. I leave them to grow and bloom and glow with hope for warmer days to come.
Here’s wishing you all warm temps and signs of Spring.
I’m missing the greens and rainbow colors warm weather brings.
Wishing you all warm memories and pretty thoughts!
The temperatures has been in the 50°s and high 60°s here lately. The daffodils, lilies and rose are trying to make their yearly debue. Unfortunately, the temperatures are
rumored farecast to start dropping and the new growth will probably be bit back. Fortunately, the temperatures will warm up again soon and the new growth will began again.
Wishing you all a wonderful Wednesday!
Happy May to you all.
Nice warm weather has finally came (for the most part)
I didn’t think Spring-like weather would ever
get here and stay for more than a day.
I hope you all are thawed-out and looking
forward to a few months of pleasant weather.
My daffodils have had enough winter. They’re trying to grow now. I hope they’ll be blooming soon. And then, I suppose, we may have another snow. I say this because I was raised with the saying, “snow lays at least once on daffodil blooms.”
Wishing everyone warm weather
and positive signs of Spring.
At our home, the absolute main sign that
Spring has officially arrived is when the
yearly battle of ‘man vs the lawn’ has begun.
Wishing you all a successful year of yardening.