Country Weekend ~
I love your almost haiku.
In honor of spring, I dug up violets from behind the old house and planted them along the walk of our new house. That's about all the spring planting I plan to do. We do live in the woods. I'm glad your spring has finally arrived.
Perfect! And violets spread beautifully.
Hello Jen:How lovely to think that, at long last, you are enjoying some signs of spring. Like Rubye Jack, we are much taken with yor 'almost' haiku.Have a good week.
Spring is extra sweet this year. I just realized that it's a dyslexic almost haiku--I was thinking 7-5-7 instead of 5-7-5.
You are a constant breath of spring my lovely friend.How do you clean a birdbath?First remove cat but then what?xo J
I take a bucket of water and scrub it out occasionally in the summer when it gets mucky. This was because I used it as a biirdfeeder in the winter.
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So poetic, Haricot!
how beautiful Jen! Welcome Spring it is then :)
Hello to spring in Norway!
Back at you.
"April Blizzard"Pale crabapple bloomsflying away, a blizzard...whiteness envelops.(wrote this yesterday as a gentle breeze wasblowing the blooms everywhere. so glad Itook those pix when I did! Cheers, Jen --Diane in Denver
Jen, that is a lovely post: a simple and beautiful blue flowers accompanied by a simple and beautiful poem.
ha, what a great post. hope you are having a great week too :)
Just living vicariously through you.
Jen.. Thought of you and your lovely city on Monday and so glad that all went well. Happy to see you have a touch of Spring and enjoyed your almost haiku!
I saw some blossoming trees today!
Your flowers are beautiful. I love that blue!
What a beautiful blue flower :)Greetings