Wednesday, March 4, 2009

Thoughts of Spring

For the past several days temperatures here have been in the 20's. It snowed Monday & even though the sun has been shining, with the cold temps, the snow has lingered. The pond is frozen over completely, when only last week you could see down to the bottom.

For my first Outdoor Wednesday, I profile my garden instead of bleak & snow-covered but as it will be with the first kiss of Spring.

Be sure to visit our hostess for this lovely event at A Southern Daydreamer & join in the fun!


Kathleen said...

I don't know how I have missed you in TT! Maybe because there are 70 to visit, LOL!

Your garden is lovely..
Off to look at your tables..
Thanks for coming to my blog.
Hope you enjoy the Soda Bread..
One year I had orders for 70...I could't stand to look at it for a few months..
Last year I made 50 for my gson's Christening as a take home...
I have pics on my blog of them, all wrapped and ready to go!

Susan said...

Welcome to Outdoor Wednesday! You have a beautiful yard to look forward to in the spring! I look forward to seeing more! Thanks for sharing your photos.


Light and Voices said...

Happy Outdoor Wednesday! Your garden bursts of divine!

Marie said...

Your garden is so beautiful! I would luv to tour it in person, and luv, luv the white french wire bench!
-marie @ mariesmarche

Kristie R said...

beautiful flowers...I'm ready for spring and summer

Beautiful Pear Tree Lane said...

Beautiful simply beautiful!!! I enjoyed not only your gardens but your home also, thank you for sharing. Sue

Chandy said...

Gorgeous pictures! Thanks for sharing ... Have a great Wednesday!

Cass said...

Thank you for those wonderful glimpses of the glory to come! I am so tired of snow snow snow.... more than ready for green and brilliant colors. Thanks!

Domestic Designer said...

Beautiful pictures! I think we are all looking forward to Spring

JudyBug said...

What gorgeous pics! I WANT no I NEED the white glider in the first pic!


Southern Lady said...

Hi, Cathy ...

Thank you for taking the time to leave a note for me on my Southern Lagniappe blog. I'm so glad it led me to your elegant Victorian blog.

You have a wonderful way with words, and your garden pictures are stunning. I know you can't wait until it looks like that again. Hopefully, it won't be long now.

I enjoyed visiting and will be back again soon.