Wednesday, April 21, 2010

Wordless Wednesday: Spring





13 comments:

Harriet said...

Isn't it great to see Spring after the long,cold winter we've had?

Miriam said...

Harriet, I couldn't agree more...even though here in Spokane we had the mildest winter on record. However, it was preceded by two record-breaking winters in regard to snowfall, so now I'm ALWAYS glad to see Spring!

Taylorstales-Genealogy said...

Beautiful pictures. I can't wait for my yard to look half as wonderful as yours! Thanks for sharing!

Miriam said...

You're welcome, Taylorstales! I have to credit my husband for our beautiful lawn. He does all the hard work, and I do the pretty work (flowers).

Heather Rojo said...

I'm afraid my tulip bulbs were eaten by deer or chipmunks. They wouldn't be blooming anyways, quite yet, here in New Hampshire. I'll live vicariously through your garden photos this spring!

Leah Kleylein said...

Beautiful tulips! I love the contrast of them against the blue of the house!

Dr. Bill (William L.) Smith said...

Gorgeous! My Iris are even florishing this spring. Thanks for sharing!

Bill ;-)

http://drbilltellsancestorstories.blogspot.com/
Author of "Back to the Homeplace"
and "13 Ways to Tell Your Ancestor Stories"

T.K. said...

Don't ya just love hens & chicks!

T.K. said...

Hey, is that rhubarb? Will there be pie?

Greta Koehl said...

I think we're all having a major spring fever attack ... tulips on the mind. And I am experiencing major yard envy - compliments to you and your husband!

Miriam said...

Thanks for all the kind comments, folks. Yes, those are tulips I planted last fall, hens and chicks we've had forever, and our rhubarb is out of control. There'll be pies for sure, and perhaps some jam!

Nancy said...

What an adorable little house!!! The flowers are beautiful!

Miriam said...

Thanks, Nancy! It is adorable, and it is very little. It's also old (for Spokane)...102 or 103 years, now, depending on what document you look at.