Since they predicted snow for today I got out yesterday and picked a couple of bouquets for a vase today. I found that these don't smell quite as good as the vase of daffodils last week. They are a cheerful lot though. I wish I had brought in many more of these cheerful faces since it is snowing this morning.
I am like this Cooper's Hawk. I am sitting here this morning with my feet tucked up under me.
Thankful that I have a nice warm home and plenty to eat. Able to stay inside and enjoy these small vases full of nature's bounty.
If you are in need of a cheerful vase full of flowers pop over to Rambling in the Garden where Cathy holds this delightful meme.
Those daffodils are amazing...really amazing.ReplyDelete
And your hawk friend is also gorgeous! <3
Love your cheerful daffodils! Hurry up spring!ReplyDelete
Is the hawk on your land?? I love the daffodils.ReplyDelete
Yes, the hawk is sitting on our back gate. It likes to sit there because many House sparrows dive into the shrubs on either side of that gate. They are barberry shrubs which have horrible thorns. It doesn't care sometimes it just dives in after the sparrows. Amazing.Delete
Oh I can just visualise you Lisa! Hope you don't get too much in the way of snow and that you will still have some spring flowers to follow. In the meantime, your daffodils make a sunny contributionReplyDelete
Thanks Cathy.This snow won't last long. I just hope it doesn't get much colder.Delete
I so agree about the warm house and the food, though we are mostly drinking lots of coffee this morning. Really feel like cocooning today. Wish I had brought in more flowers as well, though you are much further along in the season than me.ReplyDelete
It is really warm here today. In the 30's but the wind chill is causing snow instead of rain. It may turn to rain soon we will see. I just hope it doesn't get really cold. That is what is so detrimental to the blooms.Delete
The Narcissi are beautiful but I love that photo of the hawk!ReplyDelete
I like the deep orange centers on that first group of daffodils. Plenty bold. Nice photo of the hawk. They're amazing creatures to watch.ReplyDelete
Your narcissi are just the balm to weather these late winter squalls. March can be so unpredictable!ReplyDelete
I've been feeling a little behind everyone for a couple of weeks because my spring-blooming plants haven't bloomed yet (with the exception of a small patch of Snowdrops). Turns out maybe that was a good thing with all this snow and cold weather. I hear you, when it comes to feeling like the Cooper's Hawk, but also blessed to have a warm home and the creature comforts to make the day pleasant in spite of the weather. :)ReplyDelete
Oh how lovely you are surrounded by Spring time flowers despite the snow ~ lovely photos ~ thanks,ReplyDelete
Wishing you a Happy Week ~ ^_^
Dear Lisa you are giving me spring fever with your lovely vase of daffodils. I hope mine will soon be growing as well. Hugs!ReplyDelete
Those white and orange daffodils are really stunning! Unusual, too.ReplyDelete
I love bringing in daffodils. Yours are gorgeous!ReplyDelete