From suburban lawn to backyard homestead…with ducks. A journal by Lori Fontanes
If you can call it that.
Copyright 2015, Lori Fontanes
flowers, living in suburbia, organic gardening, photography, seasons, spring
March 11, 2015
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I hear it is starting to melt up there. Watch out for falling icicles!
Icicles all gone but those waterfalls coming off of tall buildings–yikes! 😉
From no snow to a little snow to a lot of snow, it seems you’re making progress. 🙂
Good luck finding that bulb…I hope it’s made through the snow 🙂
Will let you know when I find it–or in June, whichever comes first! 😉
You wouldn’t want it all to melt too quickly, you’d be swimming every place you went. 😉
Cheer up, the end is in sight!
Too late!…glub, glub… 😉
From the highlights of something green in December to all white now. eeww. Yuck. Spits. I hate cold. I’m sorry maybe you don’t understand that. I.HATE.COLD. Better? Snorts with laughter. XOXO – Bacon
Aw Bacon, hang in there! Coming soon: MUD!!!
Squeals. I can’t wait. I wanna get all dirty and muddy this year. Snorts. XOXO – Bacon
Coming to a lawn near ya soon!
So warm, here in Sydney….I’ve never seen snow.
Ah, yes, Sydney! I’ve been there when it’s terribly hot but the water that surrounds the city is so lovely. Snow–in the proper amounts– is quite beautiful, too. 🙂
Definitely progress, Lori. I saw the tips of our blue Scilla this week and nearly did a jig.
The heat is coming!!! I was HOT out there yesterday-thank goodness we have 50 degrees today-yep, I said it too HOT!
The ducks started laying again so it’s official– SPRING!!! 🙂
buttttttt…it snowed and iced our roads today—15 inches in wisconsin…not here!
I know, this winter really set new standards for tenacity. *sigh* In more cheerful news, how are those seedlings coming?! 🙂
Wish we had some of your precipitation here in California 😦
Well, they used to ship ice didn’t they? 🙂
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