Aren’t we all? It’s coming Judy!
Til something green pops up thru the snow, I’ll return here for a spring fix.R
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We’re closer to the beginning of it than to the end…YES!
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You are so right. Although we’ve gotten about 4″ more of snow this week, I’m watching the the water drip off the icicles right now because the sun is shining. 🙂
Soon-to-be but not yet. Snow for us tomorrow. :《
Hope you don’t get too much. We’ve gotten two storms this week and are up to 88″. It’s going to take a while for this stuff to melt even when it stops snowing. 😦
I’m going to start my seeds this weekend. Spring WILL come eventually!
That sounds like fun and I’m hoping every little one pops right up for you. Do you use shelves and lights?
No shelves or lights, but I’ve been thinking about it but not really sure where to start. Maybe you could do a post on this…hint hint 🙂
LOL Shelves, lights, and a couple of emergency blankets to wrap around to keep the light and heat in, and you can grow anything and fast too.
I feel your pain…..two snow storms in the last week and another tonight!
Oh the lilacs……. soon…….!! They will bloom soon!!
These beautiful flowers are a welcome reminder. Hang in there Judy!
Just the thought of spring flowers keeps me going. 🙂 We had a little melt yesterday but still have feet to go.
Ahhhhh, I can feel the warmth and sunshine in your beautiful blossoms! Thank you, Judy! It’s 4 degrees here (feels like -10 F). A warm up is on the way. Spring is almost here! ♡
This morning was the first time in months that the animals’ water buckets weren’t frozen solid. Now, that’s a good sign. 🙂
Love your flowers and I will sure be glad when you have some real sunshine! I know we don’t really have winter but I do think it is almost spring here. Wish I could share my calla lilies with you!
Me, too!!! And I was just looking at the magnolia tree outside my window and thinking, hmm, those blossoms look like they’re ready to open and, whoops, here comes another snowstorm! *sigh*
Gorgeous! Can’t wait to see flowers for real!
Can’t wait! Sun, do your thing!!
Amen! We don’t have any sun today BUT the temps are in the upper 30’s so the icicles are dripping away. We’ll take any help we can get. 🙂
We were smashing ice off our driveway for over an hour. My arms ache. But it’s gone, gone, gone! Woo-hoo!
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