Words and pictures from the author of And the Crows Took Their Eyes as well as 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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