Oh, how beautiful, Kelli. And how wonderful to feel that spring is a-coming!The poet, G. M. Hopkins, wrote that "Nothing is so beautiful as spring" and I find that easy to believe when considering the beauty in your photos - and looking forward to more spring delights ahead for us all.Have a wonderful week!Best wishes,Anne xx
How lovely! Spring bulb flowers are so accomodating! So willing they are to burst forth in our homes ahead of the weather changes. What a blessing.I had paper-whites given me for Christmas and haven't potted them up yet -- yikes!! It's time to get a little floral cheeriness going on at my house. Thanks for the inspiration.
Yippee....flowers just brighten up a dreary day. And I like your little rooster too!
Boy I am glad that you are back. Thanks for sharing. Debbi
Hi, Kelli.I love crocuses and the other spring time flowers.I am so glad to see you blogging again!!Have a great week.Barb
Your home is very beautiful,well done! I love your blog, am glad you are back. Thanks.
Doesn't flowers just make your day :)wonderful
SPRING! What a beautiful word! My crocuses in the yard haven't started blooming yet, but they will before long.
How beautiful! It will not be spring up here for many months yet. Thanks for sharing these flowers. They brightened up my day!
The purple crocus are so pretty! I love the arrangement you put together with the topiary and rooster, and the little wooden birds are sweet!
Such beautiful crocuses and what a treat to have them blooming in the winter time! I need to go get myself some real flowers to put in vases here in there throughout the house because I need cheering up from all the snow we've been getting the last two days! lol xoxo
Lovely flowers...not sure if we will actually get a winter this year! My A/C is set to auto and the upstairs actually came on Monday night (set to 77 degrees)! Glad to see you posting regularly.
Very beautiful! I am planning to nurture a flower this year, on my own. So I bought two daisies yesterday with the color yellow and white. Let's hope that they'll bloom as beautiful as yours.
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