I was wondering how you are faring in this storm?
What a pretty post. Our families up north have just about had enough. I don't remember it being quite so bad. I sure you have cheered up some folks.Carol
I am on the perimeter of the storm. We are only receiving cold rain right now. But I wanted to say, what a thoughtful post. I know all those housebound and covered with ice and snow have something to look forward to.
Those tulips are beautiful. And the strawberries look delicious. I hope you're all snuggled up warm and safe!
What a welcome burst of color! I crave color at this time of year ... I was just looking at the jpg files of all my spring and summer gardens this morning, as the snow came down. It's pretty and all, but I am beginning to feel ready for Springtime, so I did a bit of a time travel via those pictures!Stay warm and safe in this next big blow ... looks like it could be a doozy!
We've had a warmer day here, with a hint of sunshine. It was still daylight at 5 pm. There is hope. I must go and buy some tulips!!!xxx
I nearly bought a bouquet of tulips at the market last week! But I resisted the expense, and just a few days later someone brought us a red bouquet of them! My favorite flower of all. :)
Oh wonderful pic, as usual and lovely proverb! Today I've sent you an e-mail telling you about my holidays in US, did you received it? LOL Manu
Awww thanks! That was just exactly what I needed to see to remember it will eventually come!
How nice! Both tulips and berries are just lovely and look sooo springy!
Thank-you.... I needed to be reminded of that here in Chicago this evening. Spring will come, are you sure. I will enjoy each and everyone of those tulips, Great capture.
Lovely tulips, delish strawberries, hopeful quote. Thank you so much. Also thanks for visiting my blog and commenting. Love your visits. Susan
I'm looking forward to seeing tulips pop through the ground! Of course the 70 inches of snow we've had needs to melt! LOL!!! Beautiful photos, thank you for the reminder of what's around the corner!
I wish I could teach you to knit. It is so easy, and I'd be glad to do it. It is also very relaxing... so if you're ever in Switzerland, do stop by!!
Hope you are keeping warm and cosy despite the snow.Does Bella enjoy it I wonder? Your bright post has cheered me up on a very dull,wet day!Thanks for visiting,lovely to receive your comments,thank you. :0)
Thank you sharing such lovely pictures!I have a few brave early narcissus flowering in pots and they seem somehow so positive and hopeful too, like your post! Glad to find your lovely blog!Best Wishes from the UKGill
The flowers and the berries are both beautiful. I LOVE tulips and I LOVE strawberries so you just spoke my love language on both. :)
Yes, before we know it it will be Spring! We have to hang on just a few more months :D I hope the recent storm did not bring too much snow your way!
What beautiful yellow tulips. There are signs of Spring here in Florida, yes. I wish I could send you a warm breeze. It was tropical today. A little on the muggy side. Close your eyes. There. Did you feel it? The warmish breeze I just sent your way? I hope so. Anytime, you need another, drop by and visit. Take care. Brianne
I can't imagine what you're going through with this mega storm! Exciting and scary and beautiful but deadly! So I'm sure those pictures will brighten everyones days. It's dull old grey sky and rain in the UK so they've brightened up my day too! X
Such a beautiful quote...seems many of us (bloggers) have spring tulips on our minds!
We sure needed those images today. More snow on Saturday? I am going into hibernation.
Beautiful!!! Florida is the only state not to receive any snow. We are freezing and wet. At least Mother Nature should grant us one snow day (smile).Velva
Thanks for that - I'm beginning to feel as though I'll never see warm weather again!!
Your post made me think that the end is in sight.Boy will I have a lot of work to do out in the yard-I can't wait.LauraWhite Spray Paint
Ooh i really enjoyed your blog! The pics are so crisp and beautiful!
So pretty I planted a lot of tulip bulbs and they are just waiting under the snow to pop up. Oh I can not wait.cathy
I definitely look forward to the time when the tulips start popping out of the ground!: )
Beeeeeuuuuutiful! Loving the colors and thanks for the bouquet!
Just what I needed, tulips are my favorite! And strawberries, wait a sec, I'll make some fresh whipped cream! Perfect!Beautiful pictures! Supposed to get more lousy weather again tomorrow where I am!
What a beautiful post and much needed. I long for tulips. We planted some in the rose garden last fall and I so hope they come up and put on a show. We planted a mix of red and pink--that will make me very happy. I also love the strawberries--so beautiful too. Happy Saturday Friend,Amy
we must have the same DNA. i just bought a bouquet of soft pink tulips...have them here on my piano and just this morning i asked john....i wonder if the strawberry stand will be open by Valentines Day? oh, we do think alike, my friend.happy to visit today...next weekend is our Sarabeth weekend :-)sending cozy love today,kary and teddyxxx
Hi, I tagged you in my blog, so please visit - you have some work to do!
So sad that our summer at Down-under is ending and winter is coming...
I hope that things warm up for you soon! Tulips are my favorite!!
BEAUTIFUL ~ your photos are fabulous
I needed the reminder that Spring will come as it snowed AGAIN last night. Happily, it's "warmer" today (39 degrees, so it's all relative). I'm hoping that some of the ice will melt.
Thank you for the inspiration of Spring! Susan :)
happy to see you at farmhouse and thanks for the happy birthday wishes for my sweet Teddy...we do LOVE our dogs....so much !!!!!Valentine weekend is coming up:-)sending love,kary and teddyxxx
I'm so sorry you've had a bad cold this week! I hope you feel better soon... I'll admit I've missed you blogging. I check back every day and find yellow tulips, which are also always a pleasure to see! The comment you left today at gallimaufry truly warmed my heart. Thank you so much. Hugs.
Such pretty pictures~~~reminding us of what the near future will bring. Cheered my day!
Oh how I want Spring to be here!
gorgeous post... and i am so happy to have found your blog... just love it.. have a wonderful weekend! xx pam
Why...thank you...thank you very much. That just adds sunshine to my snow-packed day sweetie!!!God bless ya and have a beautiful weekend!!!
the strawberries were sweet and the tulips cheerful. thank you!!!
How nice of you to serve up a bit of spring delights for the weather weary.I hope you are feeling better.. I am sending some warm southern sunshine your way.be well, be happy :)hugs,Pam
Both of these are in my top 10 favorites. What a great combination you gave us to take our mine off of the cold. Bless you!I do love tulips and miss having them in my yard.Thanks for making me smileLove yaMaggie
Ah! Just what I needed!