Sunday, February 26, 2012

Touch of Spring


Had to make one of those dreaded trips to the grocery a few days ago, so softened the blow, by treating myself to a little touch of Spring.........

Joining Mary @ Mosaic Monday. If you have not already, be sure and visit Mary to see what she and the other participants have to share with us this week. There are a lot of talented photographers hanging out in the land of blog.

Have a great week!
Glenda

16 comments:

D said...

How refreshing and lovely!
D

Sue said...

Isn't it fun to begin anticipating spring with some pretty flowers? I can't wait for the garden to start filling out. It may be a while though, so grocery store flowers it is! :-)

Debbiedoo's said...

ahhhh makes my heart smile to see pretty floers.

Betsy said...

I'm so happy to see that you treated yourself to a little bit of spring. So pretty Glenda.

Vee said...

Yup, it's the simple things like this that keep us going. My primula is working for me, but I feel the need for some tulips coming on.

Kim, USA said...

It is beautiful love it!

Kim,USA

Snap said...

I don't know what I 'd do without a treasure found in the florist part of the grocery store! I'll bring home tulips every time! Well done!

Jann Olson said...

On my to do list for tomorrow. Pick up some Spring blooms. That and plant a bit of grass seed in pots. Love the touch of green. Enjoy those blooms.
Hugs,
Jann

eileeninmd said...

Lovely flowers, definitely looks very cheery. I can not wait for spring now. Have a wonderful week!

Pat said...

Pretty flowers, Glenda. I love picking up flowers at the grocery store.

Tracy F. said...

What a charming vignette! Fresh flowers are such a treat, in the middle of winter, aren't they?

Pamela Gordon said...

There's nothing like fresh flowers in the dead of winter. Lovely vignette. Pamela

Sue (Someones Mom) said...

Isn't it amazing what a few fresh flowers can do for your mood? I don't have any right now. I'm wishing for daffodils...but I haven't seen any at Walmart yet! I'm only willing to spend $5 or less:)

My tulips, iris and pussy willows are all showing up early. I'm not sure this is a good thing! So far, they are only a few inches through the ground, but one hard freeze and I might lose them. Still pretty here today...hope it lasts!

Have a great day!

Mary Howell Cromer said...

Looks like you did well in treating yourself, nothing much better for a long winter's season, even when mild, than some fresh cut flowers, or potted flowers to cheer in the days~

Manuela@A Cultivated Nest said...

Beautiful! Fresh flowers, potted or cut are always a lovely treat!

Pondside said...

That's a waaay better reward than a chocolate bar from the check out display!