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Friday, April 4, 2014

A Bit Of This & That

 

The weather has been lovely this past week  , sunny ,  warm and very much springy , is that even a work ? lol  .

Any who   Miggs and I have spent most of the week out side enjoying the nice spring weather playing in the yard doing a bit of clean up and going for long walks ! 

There are still the odd snow patches left here and there but today is a rainy mild day so they should be washed away soon .

                                 I had a look around the garden this morning in my jammies  as it was drizzling !

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                                                                              A lovely sight to see  .

The Daffodils are  above ground   , now  I have both Hyacinth's and Daffs  growing  WOOHOO  !.

                                               Mr Bunny was enjoying the dreary morning under the tree munching . !

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                            A dreary  rainy foggy day today  but the good thing is  April showers bring May flowers !

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           Wet sloppy , mucky muddy Miggs who still loves to rolly polly  in this slop lol ! Lots of old  towels and washing her down  when she comes in lol  !

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                                The moon looked pretty in the sky the other night so I thought I would take a photo.

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                               Ahhh ! My favourite colour of Geranium has bloomed the salmon pink colour . I have three Geranium plants in doors from last year and they all have been blooming so wonderfully and now that spring is here they are blooming even more !

                 Not to busy today  just puttering as it is rainy out , have a few Dr’s appointments to go to later this afternoon,  other then that , a pretty quiet rainy day !

                                                                    Until next time my friend's !

                                                                              Country Gal

19 comments:

lindaakacraftygardener said...

The rain is moving in here this afternoon. Perhaps it will get rid of more snow and expose more of the various gardens. I saw tulips poking through the ground yesterday. Oh so promising.

lindaakacraftygardener said...

The rain is moving in here this afternoon. Perhaps it will get rid of more snow and expose more of the various gardens. I saw tulips poking through the ground yesterday. Oh so promising.

colleen said...

good morning. Seeing your "green" popping up in the garden gives me hope.. you must be a month ahead of us as we are still buried in snow. Have two big and one small dog and not looking forward to the muddy part. We do have a deck with a gate and it helps when they stay on there and dry off a bit before coming inside. You take care and keep blogging!!

Tea norman said...

Can't believe you kept them blooming all year around. The salmon color is pretty. Wow! they will look so pretty in the spring and summer.

Jane and Chris said...

We still heaps of snow,this afternoon's rain may wash some away...just in time for flurries tomorrow!
Love the moon picture!
Jane x

Willow said...

Good to see Mr . Bunny enjoying things .

Jane of Levant said...

How a spring day and flowers can make us feel really good - I think animals sense it and enjoy it just as much as us I know my dog Bluey does - Jane UK

Patsy said...

Glad you are getting spring now, it is popping out all over here.

Muffy's Marks said...

Those spring rains will warm the earth and make those flowers pop right out of the ground!!

Amy at love made my home said...

Hey, look at that, definitely springy - which is definitely a word! - all around you, green grass, green shoots and new growth and a bunny! What could possibly be springier (also a word!!). Hope that the docs went OK and that you have a great weekend. xx

Carla from The River said...

I love your geranium. They are one of my very favorites.

Jen @ Muddy Boot Dreams said...

My favorite geranium is languishing in the garage...the only time I think of them is when I read about it on your posts...lol.

Jen

Kathy Felsted Usher said...

Oh, a bunny! We don't have many here because of the number of outside cats but I love bunnies.

William Kendall said...

We had a mix of drizzle and snow as I was coming out of a movie this afternoon.

Hello there, wabbit!

Thistle Cove Farm said...

If springy isn't a word, it should be! Your photos are beautiful and the moon says, "rain". One of my greatest pleasures is walking around outside, cuppa in hand, in my nightgown as I peruse the yard, farm and valley. Some years ago, I was caught mucking out the barn while wearing my nightgown. I told the feller, "oops! You caught me" as I put on my over sized shirt. He grinned, spit and said, "Oh, it don't bother me done." LOL!

Anvilcloud said...

I am worried that our bulbs will come up under the snow. It has happened before.

Beatrice P. Boyd said...

We had lots of rain earlier in the week and, our daffodils have finally opened. I will have geranums planted in pots by the front door as soon as they are for sale.

Chel C said...

I am so glad you are getting to see the green popping up from the ground again. It's great to see another colour other than brown (or white) after winter has finished. Hope everything went well at the Dr's and you have had a cosy afternoon watching the raindrops! Take care. Chel x

Thistle Cove Farm said...

hurrah for more green and, eventually, spring...come on down!