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― Haruki Murakami.
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There is no better sight in the spring time as this means the plants survived the winter :)Sean at His and Her Hobbies
Our first flower for this year. And the rosebush has new buds :)
Okay, that was weird...I entered a comment, there were two of them, so I deleted one...and they both disappeared. So if two reappear, that is why...LOLI love how the poem illustrates what is happening with the crocuses. Here is MY SATURDAY SNAPSHOT POST
Spring makes me poetic :D
Oh that's lovely ... I am looking forward to seeing the first buds come out, but it's still snowing in my part of the world!
Sunny but cold today! Brrr!
Very pretty. Spring is coming - really. It's already here in Texas. The wildflowers are blooming furiously. yay!
Wish I could see the flowers and birds in Texas!
What a joy it is to see those first crocus sprouts -- even though it means my allergies will be flourishing too. Beautiful photos and poetry.
Yhanks, Sandra. Hope the allergies are mild this spring, tho my hubby is already sneezing.
It is lovely to see a few signs of Spring.
Not only photos but also a bonus poem. Woot. Woot! Love it. My Snapshot Saturday highlights tulips
Thanks for mentioning the poem. Hope you liked it!
I have yet to see crocus in my area. Love the poem. Thanks.
Glad you like the spring poem, GrammaJudy. Hope the crocus pop up soon.
So lovely, Harvee! Have a happy Easter!
Happy Easter to you, Suko!
Crocus are so pretty, it must be nice to see them in spring, the start of great things.
I am hoping for great things, Louise. They are so pretty but don't last very long.
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