“With the coming of spring, I am calm again.”
That is so beautiful, so looks like spring!
Thank you. 🙂 I really looked forward to seeing Tulip Magnolias when I lived on the East Coast.
The azaleas are budding quickly with warmer weather and the redbud and pear trees are already in full bloom. Now we’re waiting for this band of stormy weather & torrential rains to leave our area of E. TX so we can take long walks through neighborhoods and enjoy Mother Nature’s flower show.
Oh, I miss those redbud trees, Susan! One of the best parts of spring for me. I saw some lilacs in the grocery store and was so tempted to buy some, but $20 for a bunch that will fade quickly? Had to pass.
Very nice! Lynn for lynz real cooking sent me your way. Have a happy day! 🙂
Thanks for stopping by and the lovely comment. 🙂
It’s still too cold here for these.
I took this in the D.C. area, Caroline. Everyone was posting photos of tulip magnolias on Instagram and that made me miss them. At least I can look at my photos. 🙂
It’s a beautiful sight. I’m looking forward to them every year.
Wow this is simply beautiful! I am featuring you today on Friday friends, so please pop over and say hi!
Oh, that is so kind of you, Lynn! Thank you!! xx
I love your blog and have had a draft waiting for a long time! xx So glad you like it!
Oh, I love your blog too!
One of my favorite spring blooms.
I also love daffodils. So cheerful. 🙂
Have a great weekend.
I love daffodils too. They really make me think “spring.”
Very lovely image of a magnolia
Thanks so much, Cornelia.
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