Awwww...gorgeous...seeing your little grandson reminds me that all holidays and seasons take on greater joy having little ones in the family. Okay, you're going to feel so sorry for me, Kim. The first sign of spring was watching my neighbor's dog being able to run across the back lawn without wallowing in snow. Ha!
So pretty! I found that our Crocus is up and budded just inches away from a foot of snow beyond which there is still over 2 feet of snow. That is spring to me! Seeing these beauties in bloom. :)
Spring is? Beautiful!
It's a beautiful time of year! Happy Spring! Hugs, Diane
Beautiful shots! We won't see any of that here for awhile still. Your grandson looks all grown up! So cuteHave a good week KimJeannette
Your mosaic is a breath of freshness. Thank you for sharing those delightful photos, Kim. Love your spring banner, too. Time for refreshing, renewing, and spreading our new wings. And speaking of spreading wings, I'll be sharing something new within the next few days. I'm very excited.Hugs and blessings,Marianne xo
So nice to see these beautiful spring photos. Nothing like that around here yet. Thanks for your prayers and comments. Off in just a bit to go back to the hospital to see my mom.
It's a glorious time of year! I do love seeing the redbuds in bloom. They are just so beautiful that I wish they lasted much longer!
So beautiful. Food for the eyes.Barb
Isn't Spring always endearing when it at last appears with blossoms and buds! Your pics are so pretty Kim.So many changes in the garden just this week with the warmer days, and now even the nights aren't cooling off much and I've been sleeping with the window open. I gardened some yesterday but there is so much to do and I haven't the energy I used to have. Oh well, a little bit each fine day - then rest say I!Easter blessings to you and your family - Mary XP.S. Hope you enter my GIVEAWAY to win a beautiful canvas print of one of your photos!
When I look at your Spring pictures, it brings me the encouragement that flowers and colors and green will soon be coming. What a lovely post! I especially like the picture of your grandson and his delight with the Easter eggs. One of my favorite this time of the year, is seeing green on every thing, and smelling Spring in the air.I like your new blog look! Happy Monday!
Sweet grandchild! And oh, the redbud. I fell in love with it at Gettysburg. We can't grow it here. So glad you're enjoying spring!
Beautiful images. I am loving that nature is finally blooming in Kansas. There weather has been so weird... like it cannot decide whether to change seasons already or not :)
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