Monday, March 16, 2015

Spring Time Bliss...


WELCOME SPRING!

Hello All!

I think Spring has finally arrived!!



My rhubarb is starting to pop up from under the dirt!

Such a pretty site!


Flowers are green and ready to bloom very soon!


Our strawberries are starting to come to life!


Even some of our trees are starting to bud!

Simply Beautiful!

We worked outside all day yesterday.

We planted a few bulbs of strawberries and rhubarb
A few bulbs of Gladiolas flowers
Cleaned up the yard
Cut back some decorative grass and bushes
Swept up our sidewalks
and washed my muddy car and our ATV's.

Guess how warm it was here, in our neck of the woods?

80 degrees!

Yep and we all got the sunburns to prove it!

Now that is what we call a gorgeous Sunday afternoon!!
I love Spring, how bout you all?

Did you have a nice weekend?

I hope you all get a chance to get outside
 and enjoy some fresh Spring air!

Until next time...


10 comments:

NanaDiana said...

I am SOOO jealous Amy.Look at all your green and growing things. We hit 60 today which is unheard of for us this time of year but they say we have snow coming on Friday....whoopdedoo. This has been ONE LONG winter here. xo Diana

SpicingUpIdaho said...

I have a few green heads sticking up out of the dirt, and I can't wait to see happy flowering blooms soon! Loved hearing about spring in your neck of the world, it is always great to have those kind of days! Wow, to to go from snow a couple of weeks ago to 80 degrees! Warmest day here so far was in the 60s. But joy of joys, I do believe spring is on its way :)

Hugs to you and your family today :)

Wendi said...

Yay for Spring! Sunday and today we had some lovely weather. Tomorrow we will be back to cooler days. I know Spring will be here to stay soon. Sounds like you had a wonderful, productive day.

Sylvia said...

Yes Amy, it is beginning to look like Spring has decided to come for a visit. The flowering trees are blooming in my neighborhood too.

living from glory to glory said...

Hello Dear Sweet Amy!!
Yes, Let the Spring come and stay for a while... Spring always gives me HOPE!

Loved the pictures of new life and green color means living and fruit yet to come!
The season of clean up and regaining strength from the long winter.
Blessings, Roxy

Parlor Room Ponderings said...

80 degrees, I can hardly wait! We've had sun all week and 98% of the snow is gone. I'm looking forward to seeing new life spring up and out! Thanks for visiting my blog. It's always nice to meet fellow believers out in blog land(and there are many!) Following. Have a blessed week. Diane

Marie said...

So lovely to come over here and find you busy as ever Amy!! You sure fill me up with inspiration and joy! I am sure you are all ready for springtime! I love all the pictures and LOVE seeing your garden returning after that long winter!!

Thanks for coming over and visiting me on Baking Chic. I have bee away so long but am finally feeling lik I can now blog again! I sure do love catching up with you here as well! Love you bunches dear friend!!

CatTales said...

Hi Amy, So nice to find you again. It's Mildred from Georgia. We have been enjoying warm temps, too. After a freak ice storm a few weeks back, we are delighted to see signs of flowers and trees blooming. Wishing you a nice upcoming weekend.

Pam Phelps said...

Yes, the temp. has come up around here too. A few days in the 80's for us as well. I love all of your pictures, and love to think that spring is actually coming to Colorado. Speaking of sunburn, I got a nice one yesterday; been doctoring it with essential oils and aloe vera. Steve is al ways trying to get me to wear a hat, but I have a hard time putting on a hat. Love your rhubarb, I was always just a tiny bit envious of your lovely rhubarb. But I am actually growing a pot of it now; so I guess I can actually manage to grown rhubarb in FLorida… well so far so good anyway. Can't wait to have my first pie of it. Enjoyed all of your updates and pictures Amy; have a wonderful weekend. Love and blessings,
Pam

Stephanie said...

Spring has definitely sprung in your neck of the woods :) We have some green grass here and a few buds on the trees, but that is about all. Soon I will see the rhubarb popping up and I can't wait :)

Thinking of you, sweet friend. Enjoy your day! Hugs!

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