Words and pictures from the author of the Elizabeth Goodweather Appalachian Mysteries
Nice photographs, Vicki, particularly the first one.
ah well now that is encouraging...smiles...wont be long now....
Oh please, let it be so. The pictures give off a warm glow that is helping to melt the snow that surrounds our house.
gorgeous. But of course now I obsess that my daffodils will freeze if it snows again. The Ky Wildlife guy did a tongue in cheek check for more winter with instead of a woodchuck, a skunk. Beautiful little girl skunk. She says more winter.
Great brave green spring sprouts! What's the pine growing over the rock all about, the moss maybe? Pretty, but I didn't quite catch the meaning in with all the daffies and croci.
Oh, and I am so ready for it! Heck, I'd settle for just a few days of sunshine. Lovely pictures...now I'm off to check our crocus!
You are really ahead of us -- nice -- barbara
you have a daffodil! What happened to winter?
It certainly does look like spring. Wanted to let you know that I'm reading Cold Mountain now and loving it. I read here that someone dies at the end, but I haven't gotten there yet, so don't tell me who. I also borrowed Thirteen Moons from the library and once I'm done with it, I can only hope that Mr. Frazier will hurry up and write some more books. He is a treasure.
Looks as if ... and that first photo is downright perky!
Already? Well..... I wish!
Love the picture of the crocuses. How encouraging to see these first signs of spring.
One good thing about Feb. is that it is a short month. March may bring some storms but we know we can count a few lovely spring days. Almost time to turn over the garden!
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