|There is a bit of color that just showed up in my garden! These sweet crocuses are lifting their faces to the sun!|
|I spotted a bluebird on our morning walk! From a distance this picture was taken... |
not very clear, but quite exciting to see!
|Thinking of my garden, and spending time in it, I decided to make a little garden handmade scrapbook |
using pictures from my garden last summer.
|I used a fun Spring scrapbooking kit and made the mini-scrapbook quite quickly.|
|A closer look ...|
|Our morning walks have been quite foggy, and there is just something so special about the fog, |
it makes the ordinary somehow mysterious, shadowy and beautiful.
|My oregano survived the long winter! Soon I will be able to cut it and feed it to my chickens.|
Oregano is soo good for the girls :) I also dry it and use it in my kitchen. Love that it returns every year!
|Seeds are sprouting and growing rapidly! This corn is doing great! I plant three varieties since|
corn needs at least two varieties to pollinate each other.
|My sunflowers are coming right along too!|
|We had a rain storm roll through right at sunset and left behind this glorious rainbow!|
|I almost was able to capture the entire rainbow in the picture... almost :) Do you see the faint second rainbow?|
|Our local herd of elk roaming the canyon hillside close to our home. |
I was sad that I didn't have my zoom lens with me to get a better picture!
|A bluebird family has taken up residence in this box I placed last year! The swallows ran them off last year. |
I hope they can claim it for their own this year!
|Evening walks at sunset are glorious!|
| Walking is refreshing, not just for the body... but for the soul too! |
Seeing a sunrise/sunset a day keeps the doctor away, I do believe :)
|Early morning walks now reveal green sprouting up everywhere! Hooray!|
|Our neighbor's horse, Breeze was enjoying a late evening snack while the skies danced in colorful hues behind her.|
Tonight we had our first bonfire of the season. It felt wonderful to set out our chairs around the campfire and prepare for months of enjoying evening bonfires.
I'm thankful for all the joys that spring brings, and now we await the glorious blooms that will be coming any day. Right now, I just have crocuses blooming in my garden, but the tulips and daffodils are growing quickly, and their color is greatly anticipated :)
How does spring look in your world?