Words and pictures from the author of And the Crows Took Their Eyes as well as the Elizabeth Goodweather Appalachian Mysteries . . .
Gosh, considering the snow, ice and cold weather, you've got a lot blooming already!
living in anticipation...we had a couple nice days there...it was 65 when i woke up this morning...but very wet...ha
Yes, but us who've been around, know there will still be more cold before the warmth...probably. Call me Eyore.
Beautiful! Nothing budding around the cabin yet though.
These were the absolute first up at the house. And no doubt they'll get snowed on/frozen before March is out. But Spring's coming.
Lucky you! All we've got is a lot of mushy snow and some patches of mushy ground. And now I have Buddy Holly stuck in my head . . .
Wonderful flower shots Vicki. Your angle of view shows you really down low to the ground.
Thank you, Vicki, for the spring encouragement. I do believe the beautiful season is going to be even more welcome this year.xo
I'm now officially jealous. Lovely photos of spring signs.
Beautiful photos! And, I'm so glad Xavier (I hope I spelled that correctly) was rescued from the branch.
Love those pretty little blue flowers.
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