This time last year, Sophie and I took a walk here.

A beautiful, snow-covered road.

Look what’s happening this year.

Crocuses blooming in my friend Angi’s front yard.

Some little sprigs of green grass too – just in time for St Patrick’s Day!

We’re celebrating!


7 thoughts on “blooming

  1. jill says:

    I’m right there with you cooing and clucking over each and every crocus and iris.Spring officially arrives in how many more hours???


  2. Susanne says:

    Love those little crocuses! So delicate and pretty! I love winter but this year I have to say I’m very excited for spring to come.


  3. Kim says:

    Flowers, yay!I really should plant some bulbs in the fall so next spring I’ll have some color to look forward to!


  4. Carolyn says:

    Hi Kathie, Isn’t it great to see so many signs of spring! Carolyn


  5. nikkipolani says:

    Lovely glowing signs of spring!


  6. Crystal says:

    Hi, Kathie! Thank you for visiting my blog. PEI is one of our favourite places in Canada :)) I was thinking maybe your island was Vancouver Island but the icebergs didn’t fit! We’ve never visited in the wintertime – perhaps someday. Your photos are beautiful – I’ll be back to visit often. Happy Green Day!PS I’m curious to know how you get the borders and frames on the photos – Photoshop?


  7. ellen b says:

    Beautiful. It must be a joy to spot them coming up! Happy St. Patrick’s Day to you!


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