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Spring has sprung! Pretty flowers!
It has and I’m loving it. Although it’s cloudy this morning, it was lovely yesterday and the flowers are beginning to open. Thanks for visiting and have a wonderful day.
Beautiful enough that it resembles jewelry. 🙂
And so much cheaper! 🙂 I just peeked out the side window this morning and saw that some of the narcissus there are wide open already! Have to get out to enjoy their beauty before it’s gone. Today looks to be cloudy and dreary, although in the 60’s, so I may wait to do photos until it’s sunny again.
Have a wonderful day, Judy. What’s your weather like now?
The sun is shining today and it is suppose to hit around 50. That means I’ll be grabbing a rake to move some leaves. 🙂
Yeah, I have some yard work left to do as well.
Wow! What could be more springy!
Indeed, Ann-Christine. And in the sunshine, even more so.
That is so gorgeous !!
I wish it were in my yard, but I spotted it while on a walk.
Lovely spring freshness, Janet. 🙂
Some of our daffodils are open now, but today is cloudy, gloomy, and threatening rain later (and chilly right now). I bought a small bunch of cut daffodils for the house and I have some other potted flowers that are trying their best to be cheerful today. 🙂
Beautiful Janet! Are those blooming outside now? We still don’t have much but there are buds on the trees in MN.
They are, Nicole, although in someone else’s yard. Daffodils are opening and green things are greening up, but mostly buds as well.
Wow, just gorgeous! What kind of tree is this?
I think it’s a forsythia bush. I do love that bright yellow.
Thanks, Randy. Happy Wednesday.
So pretty and cheerful
Just what spring should be, don’t you think? 🙂
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No word required, that yellow says it all.
Such a cheerful spring color, Patti. I have some cut daffodils and some yellow tulips in a pot indoors to brighten things up.
Creating your own sunshine indoors. 🙂
Exactly! When Trader Joe’s has 10 cut daffodils for $1.29 (or about that), how can I not get some? The tulips and hyacinths are from Aldi and weren’t expensive, either, and I can plant them eventually…if I get around to it. I’ve said that before about other now-gone plants. 🙂
It’s the thought that counts! 😉
Beautiful and the frame is a perfect match
I have to admit that framing in some way appeals to me, even if just a vignette. 🙂
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