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Sunday, February 21, 2016

Springing

Good to see bees on the first jonquils
of spring.
The Blanket Moss begins to grow in the waterways.
Spring is close if not here.

20 comments:

Sandra said...

mother loved her jonquils and so do i. these are so cheerful and that moss is wonderful... is that the kind that when stepped on with bare feet is is slippery as glass?

Gorges Smythe said...

LOL - Just got around to reading your "Truth about You." You go girl! LOL

Lynne said...

Looks like you Caught Some Spring!

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

Our spring probably isn't far behind.

Peace Thyme Garden and Weather Station said...

Beautiful! Our spring starts usually around the first of June or so here on the mountain. So, everything and everybody is busy, busy, busy. The bees, the birds, the bear, and the humans trying to get all spring and summer things planted and eaten and/or canned and dead trees cut and stacked for the winter which is not far behind.

Judy said...

Nice that the flowers are blooming somewhere...just so bright and cheery...

McGuffy Ann Morris said...

This offers hope of an early Spring. Nice!

Country Gal said...

Oh how lucky you are to have spring show up . Lovely photos I do like the moss photo looks great . Thanks for sharing , Have a good day !

Michelle said...

Wow! How nice that they are blooming! I haven't seen any yet. Might have to go searching!

TexWisGirl said...

yay! my red bud is blooming out.

Mary Ann said...

How can it be spring already in Arkansas???? How I wish I knew if my bulbs were coming up at the old place!

LindaG said...

I think we have jonquils, but all we have are clumps of green. Makes the yard look scruffy, and men keep threatening to mow, haha.
Blessings, Gail. ♥

Lynn Hasty said...

Spring!!! Love. Love. Love. I am so excited to see it drawing near. We had a pretty weekend.
Xo
Lynn

Saucy Kodz said...

Ours is coming, but you never know about those first 3 weeks in March. We can still have wicked storms and much snow. I remember one May when we had a heck of a storm and got about 4 feet of snow - that was an unusual spring. Lovely to see spring popping growth in your area. H to M :)

Linda Kay said...

Our flowering vines are indicating summer here, and we are hoping for some rain this evening. Love those yellow daffys.

Karen S. said...

I'm sure hoping that winter doesn't do a turn around for us here in Minnesota where winter has been just a blessing! Can you believe that? I'm still thinking it's too good to be true!

JP A Quiet Corner said...

WOW! You lucky devil you!....Right now my "nubs" are being snowed on and then either rain or ice by morning...we'll see...:)JP

Josie Two Shoes said...

Yes, let it happen! Spring is such a wonderful time!

Lowcarb team member said...

Has Spring Sprung?
What fabulous colour they are - thanks for brightening up the day

All the best Jan

Susan Anderson said...

Such cheery little flowers! Love them.

=)

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