One Day of Sun

The first day of spring is one thing, and the first spring day is another.

–Henry van Dyke

Apparently the theme for spring this year is pink.  I’ll take it.  It looks kind of pretty against a blue sky.

Any sign of spring in your neighborhood yet?  (Or autumn, whichever the case may be? 😀 )

27 thoughts on “One Day of Sun

  1. Chocolaterunsjudy

    We had a very lovely day yesterday. Not so much the next few days.

    That is so beautiful . . . unfortunately it does not look like that here. We don’t even have leaves on the trees yet! The bulbs are coming up, but I haven’t actually seen any of them flowering yet.

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    1. neveradullbling Post author

      These trees popped out overnight, I swear. We poured on Saturday, then Sunday, it was like flowers everywhere. My tulips are in sad shape though… I should’ve taken a picture of them… but it’s from all the rain, really and truly it is, lol!

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    1. neveradullbling Post author

      Hahaha, thank you Gwin!! How long has your bestie been here now? Is she adjusting well to the weather? I recently saw some yellow start to come up too… unfortunately they’re skunk lillies, so I won’t take any big sniffs, but they complement the pink, lol!

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      1. Lady G

        Hey Paula 🙂
        She has been there for one full year so she has had a chance to see all the seasons. Recently she bragged about being able to go to the Tulip Festival. She missed it by ONE week last year!
        You know…I don’t think I’ve ever heard of a skunk lily! LOL!

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