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Sunday, March 9, 2014

Time to Spring Forward


                    Clocks spring forward  today one hour  . Sun sets at  7:20pm  today

         and then sets later and later each evening ! WOOHOO !!

Joining up with My Little Home And Garden   for Sunlit Sunday !

February 2014 (6 of 11)

                             Spring is in the air to  , pushing her way through and shoving old man winter out the door !

                                               MARCH 2014 (2 of 53)

MARCH 2014 (1 of 30)

                              The days are warming up with lots of sun  shining  and the snow is slowly melting !

MARCH 2014 (17 of 53)

            Birdies are busy feasting at the feeders in the sunshine ! The Juncos have learnt how to hang on to the feeders and get more food , they are  mostly ground dwellers but these two have finally made the plunge and are able to get the seed straight from the feeder like all the other birds !

MARCH 2014 (8 of 30)

Some birds are just resting  soaking up the warm sunshine !

MARCH 2014 (40 of 53)

                                     Miggs enjoying the sun on the patio watching the goings on in the yard !

                                                          Spring is on it’s way I can feel it  , see it and hear it !

                                                                              Until next time my friends !

                                                                               Country Gal


Willow said...

We got a small taste of Spring yesterday weather in the 40's , still frozen ice patches of course in the wood where we were trail riding . It was lovely to get out and about in weather above freezing.
Today we are back in the deep freeze , but it was great to see a taste of Spring in the air Saturday !

Jane and Chris said...

The light is a spring light,yesterday's wind was a winter by my reckoning,we're halfway there!
Jane x

Jane and Chris said...

The light is a spring light,yesterday's wind was a winter by my reckoning,we're halfway there!
Jane x

Primitive Stars said...

Woo Hoo!!!!! I sure hope so. Very nice and mild here today. Always enjoy your beautiful pictures, Blessings Francine.

TexWisGirl said...

nice sun glow. :)

Tessa~ Here there be musing said...

Yes! All those wonderful things are happening! With or without "The Man," making us change our clocks.

-grumble, grumble, grumble-



Gentle hugs,

Linda said...

Happy Sunday,Elaine...

Linda :o)

NanaNor's said...

Sunday blessings to you Elaine! Love the shading on the clock; I love that our evenings stay lighter longer but always have to adjust to the time difference. I am anxious for spring this year-which is unusual for me; I try to cherish each season. Can't wait for the warmth to stay for good-we are supposed to get snow again on Tuesday-such is life in Colorado.
Hugs, Noreen

Faye Henry said...

Love your sunny pics, Elaine.. You take such wonderful photos..
Longer evenings now for sure..
Take care, my friend.. xo

~Kim at Golden Pines~ said...

Another perfect series of photos! Changing the clocks always takes a little for me to get used too--But if it gets spring here one hour earlier, I'm all for it!

William Kendall said...

It'll still be awhile here before it feels like spring.

Michelle said...

We are all ready for some spring!

Amy at love made my home said...

I hope that you are enjoying all that extra daylight!! We have to wait until the end of the month to change ours :( it will come though, and already we are having daylight until nearly 6pm which makes a huge difference from when it went dark at the start of the year! xx

Jen @ Muddy Boot Dreams said...

Not to make you jealous or anything...but we are sitting here in sunshine and +12. At least for today. Even raked the yard a bit, well...between the snow drifts, and ice cubes.


Erin said...

It is so nice to have spring-like weather again!! Beautiful birds at your feeder!

Lisa Tucker said...

It was 78 today...whoohoooo! Your sunlit photos are great! And I always love a photo of Miggs...:)