Wednesday, February 28, 2018

Goodbye Winter


I saw daffodils today!



HAPPY SPRING, EVERYONE!

Today my post is over on
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Tick Tock: A Stitch In Crime Blog.
Featuring my story
Cypress, Like The Tree


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Whatever you do,
take a moment to enjoy the 
spring flowers.



14 comments:

  1. It is still snowing here, geez, how rude of spring.

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    1. I know, and in lots of places. But what I see is hope!

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  2. LOTS of flowers here. And today... lots of gentle rain. We've enjoyed a pleasant visit from springlike temperatures, but I fear winter will make a wee return before spring's here to stay.

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    1. Right, as always, Susan. But it's only for a short time!

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  3. Hi Yolanda - lots of snowdrops here, but it's warmer (damp and cold!) ... but the daffs are appearing ... and I saw a lot of leaf bud yesterday down by the shore. Just enjoy as the days bring forth more bounty - cheers Hilary

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    1. Hi, Hilary,

      Love that change is in the air!

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  4. It's surprisingly cold here in California. Hopefully things warm up soon.


    www.ficklemillennial.com

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  5. Yep, I could totally enjoy those spring daffodils if I lived in the northern hemp. Today is the first day of autumn Down Under. Another scorching summer has been mostly survived, but today is still 34C. Happy days!

    Now I'm off to read your story!

    Denise

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    1. North or South of the hemisphere - Spring or Fall - both are my favorite and I love celebrating them! Hi, Denise!

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  6. Going through some heavy wind and rains here in NorCal. I'm liking it though. Sweet wine in hot tea, a blanky and my computer - ah, this is how to experience winter, lol.

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    1. We're having that now too! And you're right, a wonderful way to experience winter!

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  7. Love those daffodils! I'm reading my way to your story. Can't wait to see what you've offered up to scare me this time.

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    1. No scare, just the facts! LOL
      Hi, Lee!

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