Sunday, March 2, 2014

VIEW FROM MY FRONT DOOR THIS MORNING

THANK YOU FOR THE BEAUTIFUL VIEW FROM MY FRONT PORCH THIS MORNING

44 comments:

  1. Yes!! Because of the drout, I've been afraid I'd lose my redbud trees, but they seem to have made it. The blooms only last a few days. But, I thoroughly enjoy them while they're here. Honeybees love the flowers, too!

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    1. It is!! I always look forward to my redbud trees budding out. Spring is not far behind!!

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    1. And, looking out my front door is even better! So glad I have the picture "forever".

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    1. Tiny chickadees have nested in that little birdhouse. I keep watching to see if they're interested, again.

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  5. I am soooo ready for spring!

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    1. I know!! me, too. But, I DREAD the summer heat we have.

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  6. The redbuds here withstood the ice storm and are blooming like crazy. I love the lavender blooms against the gray of the birdhouse.

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    1. Redbuds and forsythia are the first to bloom, here. These have made it through the freezes, too. I love those colors together, too.

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    1. Thank you! I get to see that every time I look out my door and windows. The blooms will be gone soon, though.

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  8. Oh my goodness, you can just walk outside and see this redbud tree in bloom. How lucky you are!
    JM Illinois

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    1. Yes, for a very few weeks in the spring, I get to see these sooo beautiful trees blooming.

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  9. That is so pretty. Thanks for this beautiful promise that Spring's coming!

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    1. Yes, the redbud and forsythia are the first to bloom and I know spring has almost begun.

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  10. Lovely view from your front door. I can't wait to see some color, we had had a long winter with lots of snow. Thank you for sharing with the Clever Chicks Blog Hop! I hope you’ll join us again next week!

    Cheers,
    Kathy Shea Mormino
    The Chicken Chick
    http://www.The-Chicken-Chick.com

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    1. Yes, so beautiful!! So glad we don't have so much snow like your part of the country.

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  11. Very nice. I'm not sure if we have those here.

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    1. We can plant redbuds, or they just come up everywhere because birds are always eating the seeds and re-planting them. I just move the tiny babies where I want them in my landscape.

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  12. I just love redbud's but they don't survive this far north. Your's is just gorgeous! Thanks for sharing this breath of spring at What We Accomplished Wednesdays! Have a super week!

    Deborah

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    1. Love, love redbuds and I have several of them in my yard.

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  14. Can't wait for our trees to bloom :) -- we still have feet of snow here.

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  15. What a gorgeous sight! I saw redbud trees for the first time when we were in Pennsylvania. I don't think they're hardy to our zone here in NW Wisconsin (zone 3). How lovely they are!

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    1. Yes, I love redbuds and their blooms are the beginning of spring, here. Thank you and I'm following, too.

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  16. P.S. I'm your newest follower via both GFC and Feedly! Lovely blog.

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  17. I'm so jealous that you have flowering trees already. I am on pins and needles waiting for my forsythia to burst. Thanks for sharing at Fridays Unfolded!

    Alison
    Nancherrow

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    1. All of the winter plants are blooming right now. I saw a very beautiful forsythia hanging over a rock fence and just loved how it looked!! Those blooms will be gone soon, too.

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  18. Beautiful! Thanks for sharing at TTF!

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    1. Thanks!! It's still in full bloom and the honey bees just love the blossoms.

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  19. Makes me eager for spring to come!! Thanks for sharing at The Weekend Retreat, Hope to see you back next week!

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  20. Beautiful…. our Apricot tree is in full bloom and I am loving all the pink blooms...Thank you for sharing at One More Time

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    1. Sounds very beautiful!! Hope you get lots of fruit.

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  21. Lucky you!! We still have few months here for blooms. Thanks so much for linking!
    Isabelle

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    1. Yes, our wnters are short and, usually, pretty mild. Spring is almost here and then very, very hot summer.NOT looking forward to that!!

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  22. Hi Lynda, what a dream!!! I loved your pic and I can even smell the beautiful flowers.Thanks for sharing.
    Have a wonderful week!
    Hugs from Portugal,
    Ana Love Craft
    www.lovecraft2012.blogspot.com

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    1. Yes, redbuds are such beautiful trees, especially in the spring. That necklace you crocheted was amazing!! and, very beautiful!

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  23. Lynda, Your redbud is gorgeous! What a spectacular view from your front door! We have two, but are only about 4 feet tall. Can't wait until they look like yours.Thanks so much for sharing on Simple & Sweet Fridays.
    Hugs,
    Jody

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