Wow! Your photos were breath taking! Such beauty you ate surrounded with.Spring is surely here as we had a bear in our yard yesterday. I think it was his first day out of the den as he was quite slow.It's good to visit with you as I've been away for awhile.Have a most beautiful day,Debbie
Your blog is looking very pretty. I think spring is a bit more advanced in your part of the world.
Ahhh. Simply beautiful. My daffodils (jonquils? not sure) are blooming. And I bought four new baby chicks on Thursday. Charlene, Lydia, Emma, and Mary Grace are currently residing in a big tub with a gentle infrared brooder lamp in my laundry room. At six weeks of age they'll be transferred to their new coop. For me that's truly a sign of spring. New life. (The babies were all named after characters in The Andy Griffith Show as are all the others, including the donkeys.)
It's looking good! I can't wait for blossoms! The Neuse looks pretty, too. I hope you had a good weekend, MK.
What beauty! Thanks for sharing spring happening in your part of the country.FlowerLady
I'm glad to hear you are committing your heart to Spring. I have yet to make that commitment here!Lovely pictures, M.K.!
Gorgeous spring glory!
Hello! I hope you leave a word ~ I will get back to it as soon as I can!