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I'm So Ready!

Friday, February 18, 2011


I imagine you are like me and so excited for Spring to come!
It was a beautiful day here today.  Lots of bright sunshine and 74 degrees!
So, I went searching.  Looking for FLOWERS!


The daffodils are pushing up through the fall leaves...



Feeling the warmth of this beautiful day...


Soaking up the sunshine...


Reaching for the sky...

 Ready to display their beauty...


 Hoping to soon look like this...


Come, Spring, come!



What's blooming in your neck of the woods?


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39 comments:

  1. Blogging definitely makes us more observant of our world than I used to be.

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  2. Cindy ~ how wonderful for you that flowers are starting to peek their little heads out of a winter slumber ~ Here in Ontario ~ not just yet, but I have faith ~ there is a season for all things :-) I just can't wait!

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  3. Cindy, this is beautiful!!! I prefer daffodils over roses any day. You have made my day dropping by here tonight. Thank you for preparing & sharing this. Have a great weekend. I'll be out looking for daffodils, my husband said he saw some barely peeking there little green through the ground. (He usually brings me a bouquet home from work several times while they are blooming.) A little early here.

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  4. Cindy,
    Just beautiful! One of my favorite flowers and I am ready for spring too. Thanks for linking!
    Sherry

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  5. Well, if I didn't already have spring fever this post did it! Thanks for sharing and lucky you with the warmer weather!
    Have a great weekend!
    *hugs*deb

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  6. Morning Cindy,
    What a pretty and springy post. Think we are all ready, I sort of dislike this in between phase.
    I really love all the seasons, but the waiting for spring is the hardest especially when it is so warm out, we were 80 yesterday and will be for a few more days then go back in the 70's, but I have decorated early for spring and then it turns cold again and I wish I had waited cause the house seems colder with light colors.
    Guess it is a visual thing!!
    We do have a few white lantana blooming and some knock out roses blooming but that's about the size of it.
    Have a great weekend,
    Blessings galore, Nellie

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  7. Daffodils, you know I love those!

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  8. Cindy, I just love jonquils. They remind me of my grandmother. I am so ready for spring! *squee*

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  9. Oh dear, you may not even want to hear what's blooming here. This is the desert, after all, & most things are still blooming or re-blooming from last fall. There is still ornamental kale & cabbage, mums that are budding for the second time, petunias , alysium, & citrus trees in full budding-mode but still heavily laden with fruit. Sorry, I warned you! You can gloat during the summer when the only thing blooming here are Vincas!
    CAS

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  10. Hi Cindy, Lemons! That is what is blooming here in the desert! So many!!!

    Your pictures are beautiful. It reminds me of the saying, "Don't try to force anything. Let life be a deep let-go. See God opening millions of flowers every day without forcing the buds."
    by Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh.

    Thank you so much for your kind comment on "Rose Petals from Heaven" yesterday. It really meant a lot to Cindy.

    *hugs*

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  11. I love your photos to these beautiful flowers...with the leaves in the background! I think that makes the flowers really pop off the page! We have azaleas, camelias and clover is popping up all over! ♥

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  12. I can't wait for spring either, and I just noticed today that the daffodils are up about 3 inches!

    Kat :)

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  13. I saw some of these today too! Beautiful signs of spring.

    Kelly

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  14. UGH! Nothing is blooming yet!! :(

    Your photos are gorgeous!!!

    ~Liz

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  15. YES, spring come quickly...it snowed today...so no searching for me.
    Have a great weekend!
    Rene

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  16. Your pictures are beautiful. Spring is indeed a gorgeous time of year. I just wish that summer was over here in Australia and some cool autumn breezes would start heading my way!

    Best wishes,
    Natasha.

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  17. Nothing blossoming here yet, not even pussy willows. :)

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  18. I love this time of year - the promise, the anticipation!

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  19. Nothing much happening in the garden here. But I worked in it all day. I love the daffodils, with their little "skirts" that look so feminine.
    Brenda

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  20. Holy cow, lucky you. We just got rid of snow this weekend and won't have anything popping up for another couple of weeks here in Kansas.

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  21. I LOVE Daffys!!!!!!Wonderful shots. Bring on Spring!

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  22. Love the daff's, looking forward to spring here, looks like you are having some beautiful weather!

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  23. Lol. I did the same thing! Mine are just coming up everywhere! Your pictures are wonderful. Thank you for sharing. Come on Spring!

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  24. Yes, I can see you're in the South. We're not near the daffodil stage yet! It just snowed again this afternoon! Phooey!! I can't wait to see those flowers popping through!

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  25. Your daffodil's are so beautiful and so is your blog...Happy Mosaic Monday to you :)

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  26. An Easter cactus is blooming inside. We have so much snow that it'll be weeks before I see what you are seeing in your corner. You must be so excited to know that soon the daffodils will be blooming.

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  27. I long to see the daffodils come up in our own garden. Yours were wonderful to see.

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  28. I AM READY FOR SPRING TO THANK YOU FOR SHARING YOUR PICTURES ARE BEAUTIFUL..I AM PRAYING FOR YOUR FRIEND DEBBIE I WAS IN HER SHOES AT ONE TIME,,BLESSINGS..SANDRA

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  29. Beautiful post with just a kiss of spring. Nothing bloomin here. It is suppose to be 60 degrees here today and then the temperature is going to drop and we are suppose to get snow tonight. Your post is a breath of fresh air!!! ~~Sherry~~

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  30. Oh Cindy, this is such a beautiful promise of spring! It is snowing here in NJ this morning, and I am loving your little green shoots!!!

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  31. Nothing is blooming here yet, but the green shoots are peeking up out of the ground - spring is on its way!

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  32. Our several days of spring like weather have come to an end in Illinois. We woke to thunderstorms and temperatures starting to drop back into the 20's. Ugh. How lucky you are to have flowers on the way, your photos are lovely.

    Sue

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  33. your photo's are so beautiful, in our part of the world (canada) we are still freezing and covered in snow, thanks for sharing this touch of spring
    hugs
    janet

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  34. What a lovely flower. I love its color.

    have a nice day!

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  35. Love these - I am about to go outside to take some pictures of the flowers growing now - things are changing fast!
    Hope you're having a wonderful, sunny day,
    Kathy

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  36. thank you so much for linking in this week. sorry I am tardy...I hope you will forgive me and link in again soon. I have very much enjoyed my visit!
    P.S. I am so ready too!

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