Friday, March 22, 2013

A Bright Spot

Many areas just north of me got snow last night and this morning. Here it isn't snowing, raining or foggy, and the sky is partly blue. It's cold, though, but hopefully it will warm up a bit, if it stays sunny.

My first Daffodil is mostly open. I think it's called 'Double Campernelle.'




7 comments:

  1. Sounds like we have the same weather as you. A few bloggers have shared photos of their snow..wow.

    Your Daffodil is pretty..there are so many different varieties, all of them pretty.

    Have a great weekend my friend. xo

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  2. I needed that. It is snowing like crazy here. Thanks for the lift.

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  3. Hi Alison, thank you for sharing your photo of your first daffodil. A definite bright spot, indeed! We're starting to thaw a little bit here, it won't be long now. I went skiing tonight with Joel and the drifts were gorgeous, such interesting patterns in the snow. We've cut the first glass for the big Wisteria shade this week. Thank goodness for my fake glass flowers, as I type this I'm sitting under a Laburnum 'tree'. Hey, I can pretend they're real flowers, right?

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  4. I had my first daffodil a week ago too, now more are blooming, and the Pulmonarias are beginning to bloom. It is supposed to be freezing again tonight after some lovely warm weather recently, but then it should go back into the 60/40's. You must be as anxious as I am for spring to begin. I just wish spring and summer would not go by so fast....

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  5. Spring weather is so crazy, isn't it! We had hail off and on all day yesterday (granted, it was only about the size of rice)!

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  6. Spring is such a YELLOW season!

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  7. Well, there you go. What a sweet little harbinger of spring. I'm glad the snow skipped past you. We've had enough of winter. Onward spring!

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