Wednesday, March 13, 2013

Wordless Wednesday

Could this mean spring is here?
 
 
Wishing you all a wonderful Wednesday. ☺
 

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  1. It could well be and they look like daffodils.

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    1. My fingers are crossed. ☺

      My husband insisted it was a tulip, but you could very well be right. Thanks.

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    2. Hard to say at that stage, the daffs usually come up first and tulips later. Mind you it may well be different over the pond.

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    3. It will be fun to see what blooms. I'll keep an eye on it. :)

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    1. It's a hopeful one, too! Today's forecast is calling for snow, but it's sunny right now, so my fingers are crossed that the white stuff stays away. :)

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  3. There is no more beautiful a sight than daffodils coming up through the ground.

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    1. I'm looking forward to the blooms!

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  4. Lucky! We're still working on the snow. :(

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    1. It's actually sunny here right now with a few snowflakes coming down. Weird weather. :)

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  5. Yay! That's what I think it means! Woke up to a new dusting of snow, and intermittent snow showers all day long. But... the robins have returned so it won't be long! Nice pic, Dana :-)

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    1. Thanks, Teresa. I'm still waiting for those robins. I hope they hurry. :)

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  6. My daffodils are in full bloom. Those look more like either tulips or hyacinth.

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    1. I'm with you. My husband's former wife had planted tulips in that spot years ago, and despite my husband's best efforts to rip every last one of them out of the ground, a few come up from time to time. I hope it's a tulip since my kids have made them my favorite flower. We shall see. :)

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  7. i hope! would be glorious--my daffodils are in full bloom too!

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    1. Thanks! Happy spring to you as well. :)

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  9. oh love it!!! so ready for spring.

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    1. Warmer weather: I can't wait! ☺

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  10. It's getting closer, Dana. I'm so over with this cold weather:)

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  11. That's a great picture with new life coming up through the wood chips. I do believe spring is on its way!

    betty

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  12. Lovely, really lovely, delicious sprouts!

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  13. Such a pretty sight! Mine are coming up, too.

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    1. I'm really looking forward to bright colors. :)

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    1. Agreed! I'm already enjoying the spring sun and nice weather while taking long walks!

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    2. Adriana: I envy you. I'm looking forward to doing the same. :)

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  15. Well I've been outside in shorts for the past four days so I'm assuming it's headed our way finally!

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    1. Shorts! Lucky you. We're still wearing winter coats, hats, and mittens. Soon, I think. Soon. :)

      Happy Wednesday!

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  16. I'm going to print out that photo and stick it to my window - that's the only way I'm getting to see daffodils any time soon :-)

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    1. Haha! I hope you get your warm weather soon. :)

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  17. Spring is sprouting! We went for a family evening walk yesterday, and I pointed out the flowers that are sprouting to my son. I asked him what colors he thinks they might be (and most will obviously be yellow), but he listed off a rainbow of colors and was very excited. He wanted them to "pop" open now!

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    1. Aw, that's so sweet! Life is so much better when we see it through the eyes of our kids. :)

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  18. Some tiny Jonquils have flowered in a tub in my garden - and then it snowed on them yesterday! Poor things! Spring MUST be here soon!

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    1. We got a tiny bit of snow here today, and I kept hoping it would stop so this little flower will have a chance. Come on, spring!

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  19. Snowing here now, but I like to think spring will be here soon.

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    1. I'm crossing my fingers. ☺

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    2. Where I live, last weekend was spring-like. I even thought about working outside, but then we went to the bookshoppe instead. That was fun as well.

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    3. As much as I love springtime, I'll always choose the bookstore. Hope you found something good. :)

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  20. It's not too late to share at WW Bloggers at www.wordlesswednesdaybloggers.blogspot.com. Hope you'll join us!

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  21. Lucky you for actually being able to see the ground, let alone spring bulbs. We're still snow-covered here. Thanks for visiting yesterday!

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    1. I woke up this morning to light snow, so now the ground is dusted again. Such strange weather!

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  22. wish you the same too, though a lil late :P

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  23. wish you the same, though a lil late...
    maybe come to our place and you will be certainly warm :P

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    1. I'll take spring or fall weather anytime, but I can do without the extremes of winter and summer. :)

      Have a great day!

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  24. unfortunately, the first sprouts usually die in the last freeze... dont be first to the party! arrive fashionably late!

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    1. That's good advice. Now who's going to tell the sprouts?

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  25. spring is definitely on its way!

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  26. Sure looks like spring to me - and I'm a tad jealous!

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    1. Don't be too jealous—it snowed here last night. It's only a dusting, but I hope the flower survives.

      Have a great day!

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