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Friday, May 20, 2011

Oh Spring, How Do I Love Thee

Let me count the ways.


I love your sunsets at 9:30 at night...
 

...and the lovely colors!


I love your fresh green growth in the gardens...


...your crab-apple blossoms...


...and your sweet little bunny rabbits.


I love that I can stand in my back yard and hear so many different kinds of birds singing...


I love that my apple tree is getting ready to burst into pink blossoms...



...and that the bird bath has so many different birds in it preening and cleaning themselves...


...that my window boxes are full once again...




...and my vintage pot is, too!

I love that I get to use my old galvanized bucket to water the flowers with.

What do you love about Spring?

Hugs, 
 

18 comments:

Julie Harward said...

Well, I love your Spring...she hasn't some to us yet..rain, snow and wind are here to stay I think. Your yard is very nice! :D

Jenifer said...

Lovely!

Pamela Gordon said...

I love your spring photos Cindy. I love that you live on a nice city street, which I miss sometimes. There's something about city neighbourhoods in the summer when people are out and about. In the country there's only cars going somewhere. Your yard looks lovely and lush. I bought a few geraniums today but they aren't planted yet. Enjoy the holiday weekend! Blessings, Pam

Cindy said...

Your yard is so pretty Cindy and that bunny...so sweet! Just love Spring blooms and warm days!
Hope your weekend is wonderful!

ℳartina @ Northern Nesting said...

BEAUTIFUL Cindy!!

Jaclyn said...

Love your Spring photos! I think Summer weather may finally be around the corner here!

Millie said...

Everything looks so nice, Cundy...fresh and green!

Betty said...

As much as I love the sight of your home surrounded by snow, I think the greenness all around is just beautiful. I think it's amazing that such a lovely lawn and fresh green plants can appear after lying under the snow through a long and very cold winter!
We do have definite seasons here in the south/east of the country, but nothing like the contrast you experience in your country. I love your photos :)

Pauline said...

Oh Cindy, I just love the way spring breathes on everything, awakening them from their long winter nap :o)
Have a blessed weekend,
Hugs

podso said...

One nice thing about blogging is that you get to experience spring all over again through blogger's photos from around the country. I've enjoyed your photos ,,, our spring left awhile ago. Today it will hit 90. Have a good weekend!

Rhonda said...

thank you for the pretty pictures.
I love the nice temperatures in spring, with no need to turn on the heat or the AC. I just like breathing natural air, not the heated or cooled stuff. If we can open the windows for a breeze, then that is even better.

hope you have lots of nice spring days.

Vintage Gal said...

Very pretty blooms ~ LOVE, LOVE, LOVE spring ~ it's a rebirth after everything lays dormant all winter. Nothing I don't like about spring ~ Have a wonderful spring day ;-)

rosarod said...

Hi Cindy, that beautiful photos of your spring! Every detail, every corner of your home speaks of the beauty of the season! have described so well. Abutting the glazed pot with flowers decorating the entrance! Greetings, Rose Marie

Pondside said...

I love the long days, too. Last night we ate outdoors and sat long into the evening. That's such a treat!

rustandruffles said...

Happy Spring days to you Cindy....love that birdie bath!
xojanis

Linda said...

Beautiful photos, Cindy! I am just loving spring, too! We've had so much rain that it is growing like a jungle here!

romance-of-roses said...

Cindy, yes we are all ready for spring and all that it brings. I especially love spring because I see it as new beginnings, new blooms and new baby birds in their nest and so many other pretties.
Blessings...Lu

Sheila said...

What a beautiful Spring post Cindy. The greens of spring are such a welcome sight...the promise of even more colour of the blooming flowers as the summer commences. I love the bird songs and the smell of fresh air through the open windows.