Monday, March 9, 2015


Over the weekend we enjoyed some of the warmest temperatures of the year and finally saw most of the snow disappear.

The ospreys are slowly returning from wherever they spend their winters, the red-winged blackbirds were singing their songs in the tree tops, and the frogs were even making themselves known.

The snow had been hiding one of the surest signs of spring.

The daffodils are slowly making their appearance.

Son has also made an appearance for his spring break.

I'm hoping that the cold, gray days of winter are well behind us.

Regardless, it's good to see these reminders that spring is on its way.


Annie said...

No snow, daffodils, and a son home on spring break.

Jamie J said...

Haven't heard any spring peepers yet but the woodpeckers have started knocking around the woods and our daffodils just started poking through the soil- at least the areas where the 12 inches of snow that we got Thursday melted (that was a poorly constructed sentence). Here we are anxiously awaiting the hatching of 2 bald eagle chicks in a local park- a sure sign of spring.

thomas said...

Extremely envious, looks wonderful as always.

Meg McCormick said...

A local friend posted a picture of a crocus! I'm afraid we still have too much snow but with the current temps it should melt soon and that means my daffodils can't be far behind! Hallelujah! Amen!

Robert Julian Braxton said...

what a beautiful contrast.

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