1. Beautiful! We are quite a ways behind, but our snow is almost entirely gone and today was a delight. The sun was shining and temps reached into the 50's. It was like summer had come and I took full advantage of it by opening all the windows and taking a nice long walk. Thanks for the photos. They are beautiful.-FringeGirl

  2. Oh, yes! We are in full swing with spring! Your pictures are beautiful.

  3. WOW! Genny, those are beautiful shots! You definitely have spring. We're still stuck in MUD season!

  4. Our yard is trying to let Spring in but it's NOTHING like yours. What beatiful shots you got this week!!

  5. Jen

    Oh those photos are SO gorgeous. I sure hope that those signs start to show up around these parts soon.

  6. I found a day lily hiding behind our rosemary bush today and my heart soared. Spring is definitely on its way.Gorgeous photos!

  7. Look at you and those fancy pictures with your fancy camera! Kudos to you!!! Beautiful job! We have not blooming flowers yet, just brown grass that is now showing it's face to the sun because the snow has finally melted! We hit 60 today and will for the next couple of days. But they are still predicting some rain/snow Sunday…that's typical around here! Enjoy those beautiful sights of spring!

  8. Gorgeous flowers! Here in San Diego it was nearly 80 degrees today – signs of summer!

  9. Oh so beautiful!! I am loving all of these gorgeous flowers that many ppl are posting! We are beginning to see some around here as well! I, actually, got a bit of a sunburn while sitting outside yesterday. I was such a beautiful, warm, sunny day! Ahhh…I am so ready!!Blessings,Brandi

  10. What vibrant pictures those are! And YES! It has been exciting here feeling the sunshine in the late afternoon and driving with the windows down. :)

  11. Beautiful pictures. Haven't seen anything like that up here. The only sign of spring is the warming temperatures and melting snow. But it's Calgary and it's supposed to snow again next week.The groundhog did tell us Spring was arriving early this year though. *sigh* I can't wait for flowers and butterflys and bugs…yes I said bugs…but that means spring here. :)

  12. Nice shots. A little jealous because it appears your spring is a little ahead of ours, but it's coming. I was outside without my parka yesterday. Always a good sign.

  13. I had flowers that I had given up on around my bird bath but as soon as it got cold they started blooming and have remained blooming. I'm afraid the hot weather here in Florida will soon have the opposite effect on them. But my geraniums LOVE Florida weather, all of it! They are the survivors.HugsKim

  14. Beautiful photos. We have a few plants just peaking through, no flowers yet.

  15. There are a few buds on the trees but mostly the daffodills have bloomed already and the tulips are comeing up. Love Spring!

  16. What breath taking pictures. We aren't in full bloom here yet (so those pics make me a tad jealous) but we're getting there.Have a WONDERFUL Wednesday!Oh and you have an adorable blog. I hope you don't mind if I follow along. :)

  17. BEAUTIFUL!!! Send it a little east and slightly north, please!Peace and blessings to your day!Jeanine

  18. Looking good! There is nothing so beautiful than the first signs of spring!

  19. Thanks, everyone. I loved hearing how spring is popping up (even if only just a little bit) where you are.And, Noelle, I use a Nikon D3000 DSLR camera. Love it!!!Hugs,Genny

  20. Honestly, I was happy just seeing the snow melt. My lillies are coming up; the trees are budding; and my cats have found rodents to massacre on my deck. Spring!

  21. Hey Jenny,I think you must have a beautiful yard! Thanks for sharing the gorgeous pictures.It always is good to see the signs of life and spring after a long, cold winter!Thanks for your encouraging words on my blog too!Blessings,Melanie

  22. Oh how gorgeous!! We are starting to see some signs. I am hoping that we will continue this way and we will get no more snow. Pretty please?

  23. Beautiful! Especially that first photo. Did you plant those…or are they native to your area?

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