Wednesday, January 13, 2010

Holding on to Winter

I'm looking forward to the warmer temps that are on the way.
I wonder if my hostas will pop up out of the pots in the spring.
Time will tell as the chimes continue to sing.

12 comments:

Mike Simmons said...

I like this photo, Eve. The wind chimes give it a feeling of winter looking forward to spring! Hope this weekend is warmer for you.

Mary said...

I'm ready for those warm temps, too! We are suppose to get back up to the 40's soon. Nice shot...hope those hostas are keeping warm and getting ready.

farmlady said...

The Hostas will arrive..., and the warm weather. Winter seems long but nature doesn't stay the same forever.
Enjoy the moment, it will never be here again.
Go sit in a sunny window, my dear.

Leeloo said...

The sunshine makes it look like a spring day. Only 2 more months! :)

Jenny said...

You and me both Evie! I too am wondering what will have survived in my pots after this very cold and sustained weather we've been having. That's half the fun in spring....looking for those first green shoots...can't wait! (-:

The Giraffe Head Tree said...

So cozy. Windchimes are some of my favorite garden toys. Love the star and color of your house, too. I'm positive the hostas will LOVE their new digs!

Dog Trot Farm said...

When the weather does become warm in your neck of the woods,let it be in March while I am visiting. Can't wait to hear those wind chimes and wait do I see a star on that lovely house of yours.

Kerry Hawkins said...

I have hostas, they are hard to kill. I bet you will have them come spring

Rural Rambler said...

Eve it was 52 degrees here today! I was so excited, we had wine time on the porch!! I love your picture with the chimes, I love chimes :) I can't believe Julie gets to come visiting in March, it will be beatiful in Bama! You two will have so much fun. I hear lots of chick talk, all kinds!!!

bluekat said...

Hi Eve,
Nice photo and very pretty scene. The warm light on the chimes seem to foretell the coming of spring, but the white stuff on the ground reminds me that we still have a little winter left.

Roy said...

Hey Evie, doesn't the noise of the chimes get to you after a while.
Its Friday and it is raining hard here now, washing the snow away hopefully.

Gabrielle said...

Your yard looks beautiful even in the dead of winter. But I can understand the longing for warmth and growth. Our landscape currently consists of mud, ice, and muddy ice.