Tuesday, March 25, 2014

Outdoor Wednesday

Seems spring has sprung at various locations. No doubt Susan and friends will share some great outdoor delights. For the best outdoor show ever, go to http://asoutherndaydreamer.blogspot.com.

In Texas, spring is on the way.  I could not believe it when I saw at least six robins in my back yard.  Tried to get a picture, but they heard me and flew off.  They are a definite sign we will be seeing some of these blooms again soon. All were taken last year.


TexWisGirl said...

bluebonnets and indian paintbrushes are terribly late for our field this year - too many freezes keeping them back. but soon, i hope! :)

Valerie said...

Good on you LV, for tackling technology "head on"! I'm confident it will bring you much joy. Don't those African Marigolds (?) make a cheerful splash of colour.

Adam said...

nice flowers

Light and Voices said...

I saw a robin, a peace dove and Canada geese so far but it snowed here in Chicagoland area and expecting more Thursday. Ugh!

Enjoyed looking at your colorful flowers that you posted this week.
JM Illinois

Ginny Hartzler said...

I love the gorgeous white roses the best...and the cute petunias. Our robins always come back way too early, then have to suffer all puffed up in the snow. Phil was just asking me...what do the robins eat when they return in the snow?? Maybe a T.V. dinner of frozen worms.

Leovi said...

I love these beautiful flowers! I like those colors!

Ann said...

My hubby says I have daffodils rising up outside, he cleaned some corners of the yard today. I am anxious for color.

lil red hen said...

LV, it was good to hear from you again and thanks for the comment about my baby chickens. We keep them for about seven weeks then they go for processing. We are contract growers for Tyson, so think of me when you have good fried chicken to eat.

Since we have no flowers to speak of yet, your pictures give us hope.

Mariette VandenMunckhof-Vedder said...

Deares LV,
Let's hope we will be living through our final frost for our central Georgia area! Tired of that kind of weather.