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Sunday, March 30, 2014

Mother Nature's Tricks

 

             Um  …I am not impressed !!!  We woke to a blanket of snow  BLAH !!  But the good news is the temps are rising and the sun is up so the snow wont be around for long !

    I think  Mother nature is toying with us , it is spring Mr winter is to be hibernating now  tell him to go to bed please !

          Any who ..  I am joining up with Karen at My Little Home and Garden for the last and final Sunlit Sunday hop  I will miss this . Thanks Karen for hosting the hop and bringing bloggers together and making new friends !

                                                    Evening sun reflection in ice puddles  after a cloudy windy day !

                            MARCH 2014 (14 of 19)

                                                        This mornings sun rise and a new blanket of snow !

MARCH 2014 (8 of 11)

MARCH 2014 (2 of 11)

MARCH 2014 (11 of 11)

         I just hope Mother natures next trick is rain to wash all the snow away then warm sunny temps and flowers .

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                                         It is almost April  ! I will be  looking for this  in my gardens .

                                                                Until next time my friends !

                                                                        Country Gal

19 comments:

Gert said...

Bweautiful photos...I pray for sunshine for you, and some warm spring showers!

Snap said...

Beautiful sunrise and lovely daffodil. happy spring and happy Sun Lit Sunday.

Cranberry Morning said...

Beautiful! Can't wait til we see daffodils in our garden - probably another month or more. But they're my favorite because they're the first that dare come up! lol

Lois Evensen said...

One day warm, one day cold. Mother Nature is still making up her mind! We have daffodils blooming here. Yeah! It's about time!

Gail said...

My favorite it the first photo but all are beautiful..

May the snow leave quickly.

Liz@ Infuse With Liz said...

Beautiful sunlit skies! I can't wait to see daffodils too! We still have tons of snow to melt but it's getting better each day. We've seen a lot more sun lately and even though we received a bit more snow it wasn't much. Anxiously waiting for spring to truly arrive here!

TexWisGirl said...

glad it will melt quickly for you.

Cathy Olliffe-Webster said...

Beautiful pictures. I am SO looking forward to spring this year... it's been way too long!

lindaakacraftygardener said...

We woke up to the sound of the plow going by on the road, just knew I didn't want to look out the window. Hopefully that is winters last hurrah. The sun is trying hard to come out now, hope it brings some warmth with it.

lindaakacraftygardener said...

We woke up to the sound of the plow going by on the road, just knew I didn't want to look out the window. Hopefully that is winters last hurrah. The sun is trying hard to come out now, hope it brings some warmth with it.

Amy at love made my home said...

The reflections in the puddles on the snow are beautiful! What happened to all that grass that was coming through though! The snow really seems to love you this year for some reason and doesn't want to leave does it. Did you do a snow dance or something at the end of last year! xx

My Little Home and Garden said...

Those beautiful skies, Elaine! As for the snow, Mother Nature must have blinked and missed dropping some here this weekend, although the day was cold enough for a winter coat. I'll be pleased to see some daffodils, too!

It's been a delight having you and Ken join in with Sunlit Sunday. Thank you.

Karen

Michelle said...

I love the reflections in the puddles!

William Kendall said...

Lovely shots!

We had more snow overnight as well.

Jen @ Muddy Boot Dreams said...

You have beautiful shots despite the snow.. Here's to it being the very last ... of this YEAR.

Jen

Beatrice P. Boyd said...

What a cruel awakening to more snow, Elaine. The sunrise colors were lovely and soon the daffodils will bloom. Ours are so confused now.

Art and Sand said...

I hope you find the daffodils in your garden soon.

Christa atCedarmereFarm said...

I think Spring will be savored by all when it decides to come and stay. I know I will. The first photo is really cool.

Angela said...

Love those little ice puddles!