Monday, March 22, 2010

Did I say it was SPRING?

Today I woke to this.My poor veggies!Even the Daffodils are depressed.Maybe tomorrow Spring will return.

14 comments:

Bird Girl said...

Ahhh...they're hangin' their heads - those daffodils...
Oh, spring is just around the corner, I promise ;-)

~Kim~ said...

I worry about saying a final good bye to winter because we know how it loves to outstay its welcome!! I hope the warmth quickly returns to your neck of the woods!!!

Farmgirl_dk: said...

Oh dear! You and I have polar opposite blog posts today. Well, except for the fact that we both have daffodil pictures. Oh, and mine are happy. :-) lol
Shall I send you a bit of Oregon's spring warmth in addition to those tomato seeds?

bluekat said...

My Goodness!
I thought my weather was fickle! Daffodils and snow...that's just not right! Poor little daffodils :(

The Giraffe Head Tree said...

Ah honey...today, 65 and sunny so the daffodils will be perking up even as we toast to them at the park! See ya later!

Eve said...

Like Debi says...the poor daffies should be much happier today!

See you soon Deb!

Leeloo said...

Aww, we got snow too :( Quite a bit actually, but it turned into rain and most of it is gone now. I hope Spring comes back to see you soon! :)

Steve Borichevsky said...

Yikes! Snow in 'bama in March?

Salix said...

Yeah, SPRING - you cannot trust her!
Lene

Roy said...

Shhh!! I wouldn't mentioned the word S.... again Evie, perhaps it will turn up then.

Jenny said...

Oh my! Winter keeps biting back, but not for long I'm sure Evie! Glad you found out what your header wild flower field is! (-: Beautiful!

Rural Rambler said...

Eve I can't believe I missed this blog post. I know you had a better, prettier day today. CH picked a few happy daffies today for the porch. I was shocked to see them! That just HAS to be the end of the snow for you!

Roy said...

I was so taken back by your snow that I missed the fabulous new header Evie.

Mary said...

Oh, dear....I hope we didn't get any of this back home, but it is always a danger until about May 1st. The daffodils are so pretty!