Apr 5, 2015

Easter Sunday!

Welcome to the Sunday Salon!

photo by Harvee Lau
I'm reposting a photo from last year, April 20, 2014, the day on which Easter Sunday fell.
By that time, the daffodils had sprung up and shown their yellow heads.
This year, April 5, they are still hibernating.

The cottontail rabbits have been running around the lawns, however, the only sign of spring apart from my valiant purple crocus.

Happy Easter! Enjoy spring colors wherever you are!
If you celebrate Passover, happy celebrations as well!

18 comments:

  1. Happy Easter to you to. Love the daffodils.

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    1. Last year's daffodil. Waiting for this year's to pop up, Barbara!

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    2. Ours are finally here in Virginia. And the trees are blooming' too. Long wait this year.

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  2. Happy Easter! This wasn't a good year for daffodils here as they've already come and gone before I really had a chance to see them but I love seeing yours.

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  3. Happy Easter to you and your family Harvee!

    We had a seemingly long and snowy winter here. It is finally warming up here on Long Island.

    Have hope. Real spring will come!

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    1. We in the north are eagerly waiting for signs of spring, Brian!

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  4. Happy Easter to you. It's a little chilly here in VA today, but my dafodills have bloomed.

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  5. Happy Easter, Harvee! Love your daffodils ... all snow here still ... but I know we're almost over this hump!

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    1. Too bad about the snow your way....wishing for a quick thaw!

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    1. The yellow of the daffs are always welcome this time of year, Laurel-Rain.

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    1. Thank you, Freda. We had a nice brunch and walk in the park!

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    2. Beautiful daffodil. We don't have those here, I think. I suppose it gets too hot too soon.

      Happy Easter.

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  8. Happy Easter, Harvee! Hopefully, you will see more spring flowers soon.

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    1. Suko, I feel badly that Californians won't be able to have well watered gardens right now! Wish we could send you some of our rain.

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