In Search of Spring

It rained and rained this morning. Some of it was pretty icey, and then, for just a minute or so, it was big and white! I guess you could call it *snow*. We’re suppose to get more of this heavy, white rain tomorrow. Mom said she was ready for spring, so we went in search of it!

First, we found these dwarf irises growing in our yard!

Then we found Pansies and Primrose growing nearby.

I was getting into this posie thing! What’s next, Mom?

How about these Snowdrops, Sage?

Crocuses are always a first sign of Spring!

And look, Sage! Here are some Daffodils!

Well, Mom, if you really want to know, there's a C..A..T way down there. How do you expect me to look at this stuff when there's a C..A..T present. Can I chase it? Huh? Huh? Huh?

I guess not. Gee, she spoils all the fun…..

Here we are, back at home

We didn’t have to search very far for spring! I wonder what that white rain will do to our pretty posies?

20 thoughts on “In Search of Spring

  1. Wow, Sage. My Mom is going to be jealous of your Spring. Most of her flowers are barely poking their heads out of the ground…..well, except for the ones I dug up. :)

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  2. Sweet Sage you found some pretty plants on your search for spring. That last picture is beautiful! Hope the white rain does not harm the pretty flowers. Hugs and nose kisses

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  3. Oh I LOVE snowdrops! You found all sorts of lovely spring flowers – I’m quite jealous. Actually, we’ve had such a mild winter, daffodils are already peaking up out of the ground but we’re worried because it’s about 2 months too early and we don’t want them to get damaged in a late winter storm.

    You are even prettier than the flowers, Sage. Great pictures of you, too. :)

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  4. Oooooh, thanks for sharing spring with us. We only have snow drops here in upstate NY and about 4 inches of foliage on my tulips. Nice to have the reminder that flowers aren’t far behind.

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  5. We do love snow, and we have NONE, but we hate to see those pretty blooms spoiled. Spring is such a lovely season. Hope your rains go away so you can go hunt for some mud – we need some mud fun:)

    Woos – Phantom, Thunder, Ciara, and Lightning

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  6. I didn’t know you had such a nice looking nosie until I saw it in the posies!!

    We had some white stuff, but not the storm anticipated. We are starving for spring, even though we had a mild winter, the calendar says pack up you old cold weather!!

    Enjoyed the pics very much. Hope the snow coming is gentle with the posies, Sage.

    Hugs,
    Tom

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  7. I think you bring sunshine and spring into the world. You smile is so warm, It just lights up the compute screen. Thanks for sharing the pretty flowers. We don’t have any here, but we do have a CAT!!

    Doggy Kisses,
    Tanner

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  8. Okay, seriously . .where in Oregon are you? I’m just outside of Portland and my daffodils haven’t bloomed yet!! It must be warmer where you are ;) I love your heucheras! It looks like you have some pretty plants in your yard!

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  9. I just had to stop over after AJ mentioned your post. I have fallen so behind on my blog reading and I always looked forward to reading yours every Saturday. I am so sorry!

    Loved your beautiful pictures of the flowers (we’ve got spring early here), but absolutely loved the one of Sage looking at the cat. She is so beautiful!

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