Monday, March 3

Seek And Ye Shall Find

A guided tour around the kingdom...


confirmed what I had hoped.



Spring, is indeed, very near.

9 comments:

Anne said...

My gosh! I am going to have to wait till May for flowers. Your dogs are cute. Say, It may take me a bit on that MEME. I have asked Grundir the Implacable (via Diesel of Mattress Police) if he could help me out. He might. He would be alot more interesting anyway. Thanks for tagging me. I'm suffering from a mild case of low self esteem (although I went shopping last night and that helped) and middle age crisis (shopping doesn't help that) We'll see what happens. Shouldn't be too long.

Imperatrix said...

Lovely greenery! Here, we're still pretty buried in snow: Exhibit 1 and Exhibit 2.

Like you, last week I dealt with a sick body. Glad to see you're on the mend. Me too. But there's a lot of catch-up work to be done now!

dKaye.com said...

The only thing green I've seen around here is moss and mold. Can I just live vicariously through you as you get to enjoy the beauty of spring? At least until ours arrives in - oh, I don't know - June? ;)

Kathy said...

Ah! Spring! It's 62 right now and we have our windows open to smell some fresh air. The northeast didn't get slammed this winter with much snow, so spring feels right around the corner.

anna said...

Oh, yes! My bulbs are coming up too. Just noticed them yesterday...I picked up a couple of apple branches at the farmer's market last week and they are soooo beautiful in my living room.

(un)relaxeddad said...

Little bits of green are starting to appear on the trees round our way. But at Hampton Court, a whole meadow of daffodils was out. I'll have to see if any of the photos came out.

LisaBinDaCity said...

Pretty!

I can't wait for Spring. Enough of winter, already!

Christine said...

i can't believe you have daffodils coming up! today it is snowing, and snowing and 28 degrees.

hope you are feeling better.

Running on empty

Rhea said...

I love your black and white pup.