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Sunday, March 23, 2014

Sunshiny Days

 

           All though the mornings are cold , the sun rise is wonderful and gives a look and a feel of a nice day ahead .  Our snow is melting more and more and the patches of grass are greening up and getting larger now .  The robins serenade us in the evenings and early mornings  with their wonderful songs echoing through the valley  as a flock of Canadian geese fly over head honking  then all the other birds join in with their songs and chit chat .

                                        Joining in with  My Little Home and Garden for Sunlit Sundays.

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                      Birdies must be having a lay in this morning ! I hear them but no one seems to be hungry yet  !

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                                                          Miggs watching  something in the back hedges !

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                          Oh , those bananas look good think I will have one with my cereal and cuppa tea this morning !

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                   Whilst blooms out side are still figuring out spring I have blooms indoors with my Geraniums

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            A quiet Sunlit Sunday for us today ,   Papa has few bit’s and bobs he wants to do around the house  but mostly just putter ,  I will prepare the roast of beef in the slow cooker this morning  for supper , do a bit of laundry , take Miggs for a walk and enjoy the Sunlit Sunday !

                                                                        Until next time my friends !

                                                                              Country Gal

25 comments:

Jane and Chris said...

I saw my first Canada geese of the year on Thursday... I got a biiiiiiiiit excited!
Jane x

Willow said...

I always marvel at that wonderful tree trunk you have in your yard. That is a beautiful oil lamp on your table too. Enjoy your walk and "Happy Sunday" to you.

Primitive Stars said...

Happy Sunday, beautiful sunlight indeed. So cold here, -30 still but the sun is shinning making it better, Blessings Francine.

sparkle100-havealook.blogspot.com said...

Snappy Happy To You This Sunday.

Had a storm of plenty of snow yesterday and is cold so was delight to know your a Happy Sunday Camper and hubby and Miggs.

Continued good one.

Gail said...

That tree is amazing! I could explore that all day.

TexWisGirl said...

lovely shots. that tree is magnificent!

Jen @ Muddy Boot Dreams said...

Ah what is that sound I just heard rumbling by...yes, it's the snowplow. Here we sit with over 3 inches of new snow...and you have birds singing. I have the feeling that the climates are reversed this year. After all don't you live back East? And we live in the interior of BC, lol.

Jen

Susan McShannon-Monteith said...

The sun is shining brightly giving hope to warmer days ahead.I've even got laundry on the line flapping in the breeze.
I'm sure Miggs will love the walk and the fresh air is bound to lift the spirits.
Enjoy.
Susan

lindaakacraftygardener said...

Enjoy the day. Chippy has been out, and the rabbits. The red wings arrived in a big flock. The sun is shining. Promising days ahead.

Patsy said...

Sounds like a happy day for you, we have sun and cold wind.

NanaNor's said...

We got snow all day yesterday and it is cold, so it still is on the ground. Love your sunlit photos.
I think we are getting another cold front this week; I'm ready for sunshine and flowers.
Hugs,
Noreen

My Little Home and Garden said...

All sounds well in your world, Country Gal! There are no beautiful geraniums here; in honour of spring, I brought in some branches of forsythia in the hope that they'll bloom indoors.

That must be a tremendous tree in your yard, given the size of the trunk! On a smaller scale, I also like the homey kitchen photo and the way the sunlight catches each item.

Enjoy the rest of your Sunday.

Karen

Judith @ Lavender Cottage said...

I've seen a few geese, and robins, surely they must know that warmer spring weather is on the way.

Angela said...

Those Geraniums look lovely- very nice light in the photos-

Pamela Gordon said...

I love that big old lumpy tree in your yard! I'm enjoying the sunshine from indoors today. The wind is howling and blowing snow like January. Going down to -17 tonight like January too. I've had enough. :) But, the sun is nice.

Cindy said...

We are getting hit with more snow on Wednesday, everyone including the birds seems to be depressed :-) fantastic photo of the sunlit bananas

Michelle said...

I always love seeing Miggs!

William Kendall said...

It's a clear blue sky today after yesterday's snow... and what feels like a very, very slow melt.

Lorrie said...

Beautiful photos of warm and welcome sunlight. Sounds like you spent a lovely quiet day.

Gert said...

Our birds have returned..even though it's been cold many days. We've seen the geese flying north for quite some time!! Enjoy your week!

Amy at love made my home said...

Your geraniums are doing so well! I can definitely see bits of green coming through on your grass too - spring must be coming! xx

Liz@ Infuse With Liz said...

You've got a lot more melting than we do. I will be thrilled to see the ground again! I wish I had a microphone that could allow me to hear the birds in my house. I love hearing them and enjoy listening to them during the warmer months. Miggs looks ready for fun out there! The picture of the lantern, bananas and coffe cup is my favorite! Inside geraniums? Did you keep them all winter?

Christa atCedarmereFarm said...

It sounds like spring has arrived in your garden. Let's hope spring has won the battle and that you won't see snow again until next winter. Happy Spring to you.

Sebastian Chuter said...

It’s beautiful to know that spring is already here and it’s nice to read sunshiny days this morning. Thanks for sharing some beautiful insight! Have a nice day!

Sebastian of
Tropical Life Style

Susan ~ Southern Fascinations said...

Pretty photos! Geraniums blooming indoors...delightful!