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Thursday, March 8, 2012

Yes, the rain finally stopped!

But now the pollen is in full force and though it is beautiful and 70 degrees, I cannot open a window as the pollen blows right in covering everything!

Even though the Bradford Pear Tree is beautiful, it has me hoarse and stuffy from all the pollen.  And the red buds on the maple trees are also adding to the mix but they are so beautiful!

And there are beautiful Robins everywhere winging their way North.  We have some that stay year round but to see them in such numbers they are definitely migrating and such a treat to see!

Also, they were joined by some Cedar Waxwings to my further delight!

Two Robins in flight and the Cedar Waxwings to the left .  Ahhh, life is good!

Thank you for sharing my backyard wildlife, every day is an adventure!
My Wild Heart to yours...


Marydon said...

Angel blessings were heavily showered upon you. Yes, the maples are here sending us some loving also ... ACHOO!!!

Will gladly welcome the robins, not many seen yet. The gold finch are here, tho.

Working on the final steps to the second master bedroom ... this has been a weeks worth of painting, etc. Then I had this stupid idea to get a new 5-tiered ruffled bed skirt. Well, if you haven't ironed one then you cannot imagine my nearly returning it. But, now done, it is going to be smashing in there.

Love you sweet friend,
Hugs & prayers,

Needled Mom said...

How beautiful everything looks, Kerrie. Wish you could enjoy it without the allergies acting up.

Hillcresthome Prims said...

Spring Blessings,

Ginny said...

It looks like spring is in full bloom, and even the birds know it, too!

pattas said...

Beautiful flowers but not the pollen.. :))
We have magpies in our garden at the moment lovely to hear their song :))

welcome to my world of poetry said...

It's lovely this time of the year. I went away three weeks ago to the US and on my return 11 days later the cherry tree was in bloom, the flowers also. Although there is still a nip in the air the gardens are a picture,

Your photo's as always are a pleasure to look at.
Take care Kerrie.

welcome to my world of poetry said...

Hi Kerrie thanks for coming by, it was great to hear from you. I know how you must miss your loved one only too well, but don't hurry with your grieving, everyone is different and as you say once you go to your son and get the memorial service over things will improve for you. There is light at the end of the tunnel I promise you.If you need someone to talk to e/mail me any time.
Take care.


Gloria said...

Hi Kerrie. Just stopped by to see how you are doing. Hope all is going okay, I know how hard it must be for you. Bless you. The rain has just started over here. It's supposed to rain the rest of the week and part of next week. The birds are happily singing outside though.

Celestina Marie said...

Hi Kerrie,
What a lovely post for spring. Your pics are gorgeous and what a blessing your sights must bring.

I have thought of you often and send prayers your way. Your courage and strength are an inspiration to me.
Happy Spring,
Hugs and blessings,
Celestina Marie