From suburban lawn to backyard homestead…with ducks. A journal by Lori Fontanes
Where ya been!?
Copyright 2015, Lori Fontanes
flowers, living in suburbia, nature, organic gardening, photography, seasons, spring
March 30, 2015
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Come on Spring – you can do this! XOXO – Bacon
Your back!!!! Happy Spring-my crocus are up but the bunnies are chomping some-grrrrrr!
I snuck back last week but have been, er, snowed under since then! 😉
LOL- I was iced under!
Great post today!
Your snow is finally gone! Yay! Those are beautiful flowers. I bet the ducks are happy about the improved weather.
There are still patches in the corners of the garden and yesterday morning, we woke up to a snowy lawn–again! (Luckily, it melted.) *sigh*
It’s not in New England yet. It’s snowing right now. As if we needed to add to the feet already on the ground. Thank you for the glimpse of spring because it is beautiful. 🙂
I know–I tell people I’m just ignoring the snow now. 😉
Hey, no snow on the ground! 🙂
It’s hiding. 😉
I heard a big party of Canada geese today, honking in a nearby field! Hurray! The ducks are playing in the puddles and the sun is trying to shine.
What a pretty photo!
I love that sound! We’re also hearing Red-wing blackbird parties in the trees. And strange warblers that you only hear at this time of year…love that spring song!
I LOVE the red-winged blackbirds too. I started hearing them last week. They remind me of my mother who always called them sergeants.
Oh, because of their stripes? Cool!
Great to see some flowers! I can assure you that spring wasn’t hiding here in Michigan!
What a lovely way to greet spring, Lori. Hey spring, indeed.
Yup. The rest of the lawn is basically still hiding but the crocus make it worth the wait! Happy Easter!!! 🙂
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