Hello friends, how are you doing? The thing I waited to tell you about was that I was heading out to get my Covid-19 vaccine! It was fast, friendly and painless - except for the 1 second zing from the needle. I am also not having any pain in my arm or any other side effect.
Dayle took my iPhone out and snapped a few photos for me this morning when he walked Mocha. I'm so happy that the daffodils seemed to survive the snow and freezing temperatures of last week!
I ordered some new daffodils which we planted in this big pot. One of them is a large, white one called Mount Hood and Pacific Rim which is yellow with an orange ring around the trumpet part.
Some daffs under our Japanese Lace Leaf Maple tree.
He noted that the lilacs are budding out. Yay!
Our Snowdrops are in perfect prime all around the farm. They were open on Wednesday but are closed up today.
We have several fancy daffodils under my dark purple lilac and they are up.
This is behind the shed and garage - a big patch and you can see the last of a snowdrift there.
This was taken to show that the white Azalea is budding out, look at the lichen and moss on it.
Even the roses are ready for Spring!
This bargain lamp has joined the collection and I am not sure where it will go.. either in our den or my bedside table. Hmmm.
3 more rows on the Meadow blanket, I really do like the colors in this.
Our son Travis is improving each day. Kristi is taking excellent care of him and he is calling her his angel. Aww. Sweet. Thanks again for all your wonderful support, thoughts and prayers. Our family appreciates you very much.
I also want to thank those of you who take the time to leave a thoughtful comment. I got a really nasty one today, which I promptly deleted. Thankfully those are rare. But it made me value those of you who are NICE all the more. :-)
((hugs)), Teresa :-)