Spring One Day Early

After a long winter's wait, Laura's daffodils are blooming. Laura recognized the daffodil's as the flowers that trumpet in Alice in Wonderland.

Jason is my backpack buddy, content to ride along as I garden.

We discovered a pussy willow on the edge of the yard.

Laura's chalk drawing of a rainbow, two trees, and a sunny day.


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Wife, mother of 2, worker bee - striving to balance roles and continually learn
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5 Responses to Spring One Day Early

  1. Momma G says:

    I am so happy to see the blooming daffodils. I’m glad you spaced them well to allow for spreading. In a few years, you can dig them up and divide to expand their area. I believe some are fancier varieties, maybe blooming later in the season. And a pussy willow! Must be near the stream in the back; they like water. I remember when we looked for spring signs every year in the woods. Happy spring!

    • Beth says:

      We’re looking forward to the 3 months of blooming promised on the bulb package 🙂 We have several other clumps of daffodils planted by the former owner – none are early bloomers. This year’s garden is a surprise box – I’m not sure of all that will come up.

  2. Daffodils are one of my favorite! And I love Laura’s mini-chalkboard. Your backyard looks pretty sweet!

    • Beth says:

      The patio has a large stone tile to provide access to the septic tank. Laura has turned this into her chalkboard. The backyard is fab – a big reason for us choosing the house we did. This is our first spring in this house, so spring feels even more magical as we discover different plants emerging.

  3. The Waiting says:

    Love that pic of you and Jason. So sweet.

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