Life is crazy busy. During lock-down, I promised myself I’d never let it get this rushy again, yet here I am; doing everything at the trot.
No time to sit at the computer and polish up a blog for y’all so I’m fumbling this out on my phone because I just have to share it.
Out today, on the divine Miss Geraldine Goat’s grave.
Here on the Homestead, Spring is on the way.
11 thoughts on “Sniff of Spring”
Daffs! My favourite. Spring is coming….
Theres no denying it now 😁
So glad Spring is coming, great photograph.
Thank you, Susan
Your spring brings thoughts of our autumn so your daffodil is not quite so welcome to me as it was to you.
I understand, but Im still smiling😁
Nothing gives quite so much hope of milder weather as daffodils coming into flower! 🙂
So true, Clare. Hope all is well with you and yours.
We are all fine, thank you as I hope you are, too. We have been having a few days of very hot and dry weather which we have been told will end in a thunderstorm and some much needed rain. 🙂
Hi, July normally marks our deepest, darkest, coldest winter month yet this year, July decided to be early spring – complete with masses of wattles in flower, early jonquils, daffodils and blossoms. I don’t think anyone complained about the novelty of sitting out in the sun in July. August, our normal early spring, is turning out pretty well.
The weather certainly keeps us guessing!