Words and pictures from the author of And the Crows Took Their Eyes as well as the Elizabeth Goodweather Appalachian Mysteries . . .
They sure are! You have a some steep inclines around your place. I'd sure hate to mow that, I'd be afraid of turning the tractor over. I had a relative get killed that way.
Now I'll be singing Sound of Music all day. Those are wonderful blossoms, especially the ones with blue sky behind...bet you did a few squats to get some of them.
All of these thrill me - but the basket of eggs sent a shiver of excitement down my spine. Maybe I'm remembering collecting the eggs from my grandma's hens when I was very small?
Such a paradise you live in! I agree with Jenny - those eggs are so fresh and perfect. Lucky you.
Thank you, Vicki, for brightening this day. What beauty surrounds you in those hills.xo
Beautiful spring pictures.
We were just in Tennessee and after the ice storm a damper was put on the flowers. So hoping to see the Redbud trees blooming. Did see Daffodils though. Your photos are lovely.
Life is beautiful!
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