January 31, 2007
U.K. Promise of Spring
Seen today on our street in Berkshire, England. May I remind you it is still January. Barely. The hope of spring is bursting out all over!
For the self-professingly flower-illiterate: the yellow ones are daffodils, the pink are rhododendrons, the purple are crocuses, and the red is camellia. All beautiful sights to behold on a day which opened at 2 degrees C (35 degrees F) with our breath showing.
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How lovely! In our garden here in Virginia, where it has been amazingly cold also (27 degrees F) we have two incredibly brave daffodils in bloom, some crocus greens fully out of the ground, and some sad-looking camelias which wish they had not bloomed so early! God's creations do remind me of new life and beauty, however, whenever I see them! Your mother loves you!
Posted by: Patricia Taylor | Feb 1, 2007 1:55:19 AM