Wednesday, April 11, 2018

Optimism

There is so much work to do, after a long winter's nap..
Fluffing and cutting and general sweeping away winter's dust and grime.
The lawns have been mowed three times this spring, but I'm resisting the urge to plant flowers until more stable warm weather arrives, since covering plants with white sheets every night, becomes a chore in itself.
We're hoping all the freeze-warnings will soon be a thing of the past, and we can soon return to the outdoors.
I know of two sweet kitties, who are just busting at the seams to join us.
 
 
  



 
 




11 comments:

Janice Kay Schaub said...

You know I always think those geese are real..........took me awhile when I first started following you to figure out they had not moved
Janice

Louca por porcelana said...

Lovely pics!Gorgeous wreath.Hugs!

Janet @ My Miniature Donkeys said...

I may have asked before, but what camera are you using, Jo? Continue to ooh and aah over your photos.

Kathy said...

I'm with you. I can't wait for the warmer weather. I was able to get out and clean up the yard a bit this afternoon and hope I can get the flowers out soon. Your pictures are lovely as always. That wreath is beautiful!

Rian said...

I agree that your photos are exceptional... and would be interested to know what camera you use also. Love the shot of the kitties! And I too like that spring wreath.

A Brit in Tennessee said...

Rian, I thought I had replied to this question, but don't see it posted.....sorry.
So I use several cameras, a Canon Rebel, Kodak Easyshare, and my smartphone Motorola Android.
Depending on what's closest is what a use :)
Thank you for the kind comments.
~Jo

Lowcarb team member said...

I so enjoyed seeing your photographs, thanks so much for sharing them here.

All the best Jan

Bernideen said...

Pretty wreath and lovely photos!

local alien said...

The grass and weeds grow like mad at this time of the year! Our weather of course is much warmer and we have planted tomatoes, peppers and strawberries. Hope your growing season begins soon.
Oliver is handsome as usual! Gorgeous kitties.

Susie said...

Jo, You have the two sweetest cats, out in the yard. Ted finally mowed for the first time today. It looks good. But nothing is growing here yet. Well not in my yard. LOL Blessings for a great weekend. It will be in the 70's for a couple day here, so was Yesterday. Things will grow now. xoxo, Susie

Rebecca said...

How beautiful! We had a lovely day, also. (Now, if we could just get two in a row!) ♥