It's been a busy week, but I took a moment to be in the garden this morning. I'm excited to see that the rhubarb is up, that the daffodils will be blooming soon and that we have chives ready to eat! I'm hoping spring is looking as wonderous wherever life finds you.
Ohhh, love the Lady's Mantle! One of my favorite plants. I love how it catches the morning dew.ReplyDelete
Fantastic colors! Also, I love your new profile pic and the music on your page is lovely. :)ReplyDelete
I guess I should say something since I've been hanging out here listening to music for quite a while! I love the photos and your playlist is awesome! Happy Spring Bradstreet's!ReplyDelete
Isn't it wonderful?!!!ReplyDelete
We have the same going on here.
It was a beautiful day!
Happy moments in the garden!
it looks so lovely at your place... i can't wait to move and get my space a ready for next spring. :)ReplyDelete
Oooh, you have green and thing blooming! We are not quite there yet, but soooooon. Love that sunshine.ReplyDelete
Love the pictures! I look appreciate spring so much more since I've moved to Maine! Growing up in the south, spring meant our few months respite from the heat was almost over.ReplyDelete
Thanks, All! I've been awol for a bit, I'll try to carve out time for blogging this week (that's writing mine & reading yours).ReplyDelete
Lisa--Lady's Mantle is one of my garden must-haves. Mine self sows readily, but doesn't appreciate being divided or transplanted. Have you found that to be true?
Erin--thanks so much. Some of that music I found thanks to you.
Tameka--well, thanks for hanging out--so glad you liked the photos and music. Happy Spring to you, also!
Anet--beautiful days indeed. I loved your urban camping photos--we are about to do the same here since we have a wilderness camping trip planned for early May and we need a rehearsal, lol.
Heather--beginning new gardens is so exciting. I can't wait to watch your new place come to life.
Denise--green wishes to you and hope all is well with yours and than you are able to get out and enjoy mud season.
Trisha--welcome to Maine and thanks for stopping by. Late May-June in Maine (usually), oh there is nothing more pleasant unless it's September in Maine. : >
Your photos make my heart glad.ReplyDelete