Yay! That's what all of us northern dwellers should be doing to raise our spirits: look for signs of emerging Spring :)
what kind of nest is in that tree?Love the photos
Wow, I have never seen a Oriole nest before. Maybe because I live in Arizona and not sure we have them. Anyway, very cool. Love your blog and follow it faithfully. Spring has been here in AZ for a couple months now and since I am a transplant from WA state, I LOVE all the sunshine!!
I used to have crocus...mine were purple... that is a good sign of spring!!! it's great to see that splash of color!!
Hi, my computer crashed and I am borrowing a neighbor's laptop. Now I can't get into a year of color and I'm having serious withdrawl. Any ideas on how to get logged on with my acct.? thanks, lynn (email@example.com)
What a happy little spot of spring to pull up your blog :)Anji
Years ago we had a Baltimore Oriole nest in our dryer vent. They vacated because I had to use the dryer. Then when we had the house sided they put on a grill so that the birds couldn't get in there. I love birds. I like crows best.Oh, and I love books. My granddaughter and I went to the library today and we took out about 20 books between us. I just find books on all subjects interesting.Lindahttp://twosucculentsisters.blogspot.com/
beautiful photos Kari, I love that nest.
Isn't it so nice to finally have spring! Our snow is finally melted. By the way, I'm having a small give away and hope you could stop by!
What an amazing nest! Signs of spring are so up lifting. All of the senses are in for a treat!Have a great day!Cindy
Hi darlingMy Mama loved yellow flowers and I have her spiderworts by my front door blooming,hoping to get back to painting soon as I recover from having the kidney removed,
I keep searching for mine... while my tulips are starting to come up in the front yard, all the little crocus in the back are still hiding. Fingers crossed they show up soon!JM
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