Words and pictures from the author of the Elizabeth Goodweather Appalachian Mysteries
Beautiful Haiku and photos!
All those charming photos of spring flowers put new heart into us.Have a nice weekend and thank you again for your kind comments.Hélène - www.artglehen.fr
Hooray, and the sun is shining! I'm going for a walk - see you later...
Can it really be? Have we seen the back of the chill at last?
Beautiful pictures of spring time flowers. Aaaaah, I needed that! It's been unseasonably warm on my side of the mountain, but no daffodils are blooming yet, and no phlox either. Some flowering trees seem ready to pop, but the forecast calls for snow showers two days this week ... please say it ain't so!!!
I wish you all a beautiful Spring! More snow for Victoria (who really wants it) in the California mountains, more flowers for Helene to paint and photograph, a perfect English spring (none better) for jennyfreckles and Martin, and no untimely freezes for Pat (and me) here in these southern mountains.
Lovely! Greetings to Marigold. Is she ready for spring?
YES!!! yesterday was GORGEOUS! ahhh...spring.
Spring is finally here! What beautiful photos, Vicki. My flowers haven't opened yet, but the buds are formed and I'm eagerly awaiting them. Maybe today?!
Hallelujah indeed It is the same over here in England. We have a beautiful spring day with warmth and sunshine. I hear people outside cutting the grass. Incredible! I have a few crocuses but the birds want them.Blessings, Star
I believe all the critters are ready, Jean! It's been a long cold winter and they are loving the sun.In fact, it looks like all of us are ready for some spring sun (except Victoria who needs more snow for moisture!)
Your flowers are already wide open !Thanks for having given me the English title:"Puss in Boots"
Lovely! I want flowers here too this year.
Can hardly take so much beauty..the flowers and Haiku born for each other!
Just beautiful – flowers are back with us. Your pictures are lovely – it makes my heart sing.
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