Friday, February 18, 2011

The First Signs of Spring

I was so excited after going for a walk in my yard that I thought I'd share a few pictures with you. Spring is on its way. A few flowers are peaking out for a little time in the warm sun.

Here's some thrift. It was given to me by my friend Louise. She has acres trimmed in it. It's breathtaking. I'll have to go over and take some pictures when it's in full bloom for y'all to see.

The loripelum in the front have started blooming.

Front porch friend.

Even the weeds are looking rather attractive today.

Hope you enjoyed your little bit of spring. Be sure to visit all the other Pink Saturday participants at


Donnie said...

Looks lovely to see the first sweet signs of spring.

Sares said...

I am so excited for Spring to come this year. I wasn't ready for Summer to leave last year so I'm ready to get back to it and Spring brings me one step closer!
Such pretty flowers, the first ones to bloom are always so delicate it makes you wonder how they survive the cold before warmer temps move in.
Happy Pink Saturday and have a great weekend!

Char said...

Don't you just love seeing a life poke out from the ground? Spring is on it's way.
Happy Pink Saturday sweetie, Char

Country Wings in Phoenix said...

Happy Pink Saturday Kelly Sweetie...
Oh what a beautiful share today. I love your pinks and yes Spring will be here before we know it. I just pray that the little babies aren't popping up to soon. Sometimes that Spring snow comes along and takes them out before they have a chance to get started.

I really love seeing that first one you called thrift. It is beautiful, and I can't wait to see your friends acres in it. I just know it will be beautiful.

Many hugs sweetie and so much love, Sherry

Anonymous said...

oh, it's great to see your blossoms!! : )

Cat & Cricket said...

I am so jealous!! We have had the most windy day today in NJ..and no way, no how..any signs of spring!
Have a great weekend..and PS!

Amisha said...

It's nice to see flowers! There is no sign of flowers in New England yet.