Wednesday, March 7, 2012

I'm happy it's March

That means spring is just around the corner.

When in doubt about what to post, I will henceforth write about the weather and the changing seasons!

I can't get into any trouble that way.

This was the scene this morning in our front yard.

Looks promising, doesn't it?


Barb and TheDailyGs said...

But... what IS it? Tulips perhaps?

Spring has definitely sprung here in the deep south! In fact, this weekend is the Azalea Festival over by the University. My parents are planning to go, but "if you've see one". It's always the same thing, so I'll take a pass and stay home to paint or read or something.

I'm so happy that your cancer journal came to its end because you no longer have cancer and that means you have now to write about the weather and other such things. Isn't that absolutely fabulous?!

big hugs xoxo

Lisa said...

Considering it really wasn't all that bad of a winter weather-wise, I am very much ready for spring. Our daffodils are showing, as well as a few crocus and hyacinths that are close to the warmth of the house.

Hope your spring is full of vim and vigor!

Empress Bee (of the high sea) said...

a hyacinth? they smell so sweet, just love them!

smiles, bee

Patti said...

Yes, it is a hyacinth!

Maybe I'll keep posting pix of its development..haha


Linda said...

When I stopped at the local post office box to drop off a couple of letters on my way to class this morning I noticed that they neighbors had a couple of crocuses that had popped up next to their house. A sure sign of spring!

I love the way Barb is looking at your lack of things to write about other than the weather! Writing about changing seasons is SO much better than writing a cancer journal!

Cinderella said...

It does look promising, Patti - spring is coming:)

Happy weekend to you!