Wednesday, March 19, 2014

Things I've Seen...


Maybe it's spring.

17 comments:

TexWisGirl said...

yay!

Lynne said...

I think so . . . double YAY!

A Quiet Corner said...

And that flower was REAL????? Oh, I can't wait...today is the day!!!...:)JP

Saucy Kodz said...

It'll be a while yet, before I see any flowers, but, there were high spots on the hills that became bare and the deer were spring feeding - that is always a good sign, although I expect the storm today will cover that up. I can feel spring coming though - we ate lunch out on the deck yesterday and felt the warmth of the sun, even though March winds were blowing round about us. I went for a real nice long walk yesterday as the storm clouds started to move in and got in 3 miles before I got home. I wouldn't say the same for today though, as it'll be snowdrift weather. Have a great day, nice photos and looks warm there. Hi to Marcy and boyz :)

Buttons said...

Oh yes indeed it is coming. It is supposed to snow here today and then turn cold all next week so maybe not:) Hug B so pretty.

Sandra said...

woo hoooo.... so happy for you. love that purple flower and the sky is magnificent. i know your critters are feeling happy to....

Teresa Coltrin said...

Yay! Good signs. Hang onto them.

Henny Penny said...

Sure looks loke it might be!

Kathryn said...

Happy Dance, lets hope so.

Linda Wildenstein said...

fingers crossed

Farm Girl said...

I would almost betcha you are right! It looks like it to me.

Susan Kane said...

Let us hope that Spring brings lots of great things. The robin looked very content.

Audrey Howitt aka Divalounger said...

It is here too! Look like yours will be a gorgeous one!

Sandy said...

Gail,

I'm so ready for spring, but still not going outside to plant seeds or seedlings yet. We may just get one more hard freeze here.

gld said...

Well, let's hope so! I saw a flock of robins last week on the snow.....none since. They are crazy birds!

Sketching with Dogs said...

It's looking that way, I am crossing all my fingers and toes for you!
Lynne x

LindaG said...

The carpenter bees are getting territorial, so I think you are right.
Enjoy, Gail. :-)