Merry Meet and Merry Part, and Merry Meet again

Tuesday, May 13, 2014


No complaints about the weather here (it has been very hot for a couple of days...that is not a complaint, that is just a fact). I am not complaining because I know parts of this wide country received heavy snow over the last day or two. And I am done with snow. Am I not??!

Our little wild violets are in bloom, as are the forget-me-nots, one white tulip and one purple tulip and I see the beginnings of lots more green growth. The greening of the earth after the winter is a joy to see.

Speaking of green and colorful, here is a link to some fabulous works of art using all natural materials. I am in awe of the artist. Please enjoy.  mandala floral art

A quick hello to everyone. I have got to start taking photos again to share here. And I might try doing it with my new Smart phone. Whew! I am really feeling so techie these days!

Till next time. Hugs from Robin.

If you've never been thrilled to the very edges of your soul by a flower in spring bloom, maybe your soul has never been in bloom. ~Terri Guillemets


Debra She Who Seeks said...

Are your little wild violets the flower also known as "johnny-jump-ups"? They were my fave when I was a kid and my Mom let me plant them in the front flower bed.

c. Joy said...

We've planted squash, tomatoes, peppers - some of the plants doubled in size this past week - we got rain! Roses and iris are blooming.
I love this time of year.
Happy Spring!

Aine O'Brien said...

Spring is an exciting time, isn't it. Especially if you are one of the lucky ones who had an "old fashioned" Winter!!

So glad that you are back and things are better in your world. Can't wait to see pictures!

Anonymous said...

It's finally getting warmer here again but that usually means frost at night too, at least until the first week in June. Well I can cover my plants until then just as long as it gets warmer again :-)

Have a great day!

Magic Love Crow said...

We have had so much rain!!! I haven't been able to cut the grass. It's like over 6 inches! That's long! LOL! But, at least it isn't snow ;o) So happy everything is blooming and going well where you are ;o) Big Hugs ;o)

Magic Love Crow said...

Hey Robin ;o) I was sure I commented on this post! Sorry my friend! Everything is turning green here and things are blooming too ;o) No rain today, yeh! LOL! Mom's rose bushes still haven't done anything! Getting worried ;o) Big Hugs ;o)

c. Joy said...

Squash update! Apparently my squash need help having sex. I googled it. The babies are falling off before they mature. Life is weird. Hope you are doing well.

Anonymous said...

Just found your blog and am enjoying it. This summer we planted gladiolus, and I'm hoping they work out. :)

Samantha Stephens said...

You have been on my mind these past few days, just checking in to see how you are.