Wednesday, March 7, 2018

Spring buds...

I love the simplicity of taking a little cutting from my backyard and watching the buds open up,
right there on my kitchen counter.
We are only a few days away from daylight savings time beginning and only two weeks away from the first day of spring.
Often, it feels to me like winter drags on forever, but, to me, this year it seems as though it zoomed by.  I'm sure those of you in the parts of our country affected by this newest winter storm don't feel the same.  I hope that you will stay safe and warm and be assured of the hope that spring always comes.

still following,




Flower Friday


16 comments:

  1. Your flower photo put a little Spring into my day. Today was a mix of snow flying down and covering the ground, and then sunshine came out and it went away, and it did that over and over today along with very gusty March winds. Spring can't come soon enough and warmer days in a row and coffee out on the porch with my favorite fellow, my Razzy furbaby. :)

    Thanks for visiting and linking at Pictorial Tuesday.
    Peabea

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    1. We had about a week of snow days added all together throughout the winter. It's been relatively mild, otherwise. Looking forward to spring!

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  2. Lovely!!
    Thanks for sharing at https://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2018/03/orchids-endless-source-of-beauty.html

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    1. Thank you for hosting, Sue! I miss being able to leave you comments on your blog!

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  3. I like the simplicity of the cutting. It's pretty and peaceful. Have a blessed day.

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  4. So pretty, Elizabeth! Is it some type of fruit tree? Our pear tree blooms lasted only a short time this year, but smelled heavenly. The crepe myrtles are starting to leaf out. Their summer bloomers so we look forward to seeing their beauty in late May, early June. Thank you for sharing a bit of spring!

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    1. It's not a fruit tree. We have so many ornamental, flowering shrubs in our new to us yard and this is one that I don't know the name of. I need to find out!

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  5. How exciting to see signs of spring! What a gorgeous little plant.

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  6. Those little white flowers are so dainty and pretty!

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  7. Such a beautiful tease of what's ahead when Spring really gets here. It's been interesting to see daffodils blooms in the snow...

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    1. We had a late February snow after some of our daffodils had bloomed as well.

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  8. I am jealous! No sign of spring here in Germany!

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    1. Spring will inevitably come! Thank God!

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