05 March 2008

Hello Spring...


I am hurriedly
using a fully charged computer before the battery starts shaking it's finger at me (thanks to Rich's power cord...which is also now acting a little strange...good grief power cord drama abounds) until my new one is delivered to me this week...Go UPS! I am finding that it is hard for me to be without my computer, blogging, answering emails, and checking in on everyone out there...it's been a little frustrating to say the least.

So, look look what I found in the yard after getting back home...

A cacophony of yellow flowers already blooming on some bushes...a sure sign spring is indeed on it's way (then again, I've also seen these flowers laden with both flowers and snow at the same time)

A wonderful way to be welcomed home...Although, I'm all of a sudden feeling the strong urge to grab up a rake and get things organized out there...

Until then, I am working on a little Anza Borrego wrap up fun over at the Airstream...I'll put it up soon, I promise...

8 comments:

velvet brick said...

OH! I love these sweet little things! Love them!!! Spring is about to spring, dear girl! Love to you always!
xoxo
VB

flutter said...

so peaceful!

Wende said...

That's a lovely welcome home! :D Spring cannot come too soon, in my opinion.

So, the woman didn't bring your bag back? Wild.

PS, love the statue. I'm avoiding my yard so I won't get that powerful urge. Still a bit to cold for my lungs to be puffing outside.

capello said...

::whine:: i want yellow flowers outside here too!

Bobbypin Bandit said...

Hello darling!!! I am fianlly better but busy as heck! I cleaned my yard today! Looks like we feel the same way. How are things otherwise? Hope you get your computer soon!!

Tonya said...

Oh it's so nice to catch up with your life. And I have to say thank you for mentioning the Lara Bars! I went right out and bought almost every flavor. I loooove them. Happy Spring!

Lois Grebowski said...

Love teh pic of the forsythia. Mom used to force forsythia and pussy willlow branches this time of year (sigh -- miss her!).

I saw daffodils and redbud trees blooming today while out running errands. We have a winter snow storm coming. It's too late for snow.

:-(

Can't wait to hear the trip recap!

Blue Dragonfly said...

Seems like you had a wonderful trip! How long were you gone altogether? It is great to have had an adventure like that. You will never forget it!

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