Saturday, March 7, 2015

I Am Sure Most.....

out there are tired of the snow, and ready to see flowers, greenery, and maybe the beginnings of  a new vegetable garden.  No vegetable garden is planted here, but I am looking forward to the flowers and greenery in the near future.
In the meantime this is what I have had to look at for the last few days.  Hopefully the last of "that frozen stuff" will be completely melted off in the next day or so.
The azaleas are looking pretty sad right now, but hoping they will recover, and will be blooming in the near future.
I have to admit new fallen snow has a clean fresh look. The problem this time was a heavy layer of ice under it, which made it hard to get around.

But then it becomes an ugly, dirty slush mess.
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Linking up with "Mosaic Monday"
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12 comments:

Betsy@My Salvaged Treasures said...

It does look very refreshing, but I know you'll be glad to see it all melt away.

eileeninmd said...

Good Morning, we had much the same here. The last snow had a layer of slush under it. The fresh snow does look pretty. I am ready for spring though.. Have a happy day and week ahead!

Donna said...

I love the snow pictures but it is time for it to go...

Judith @ Lavender Cottage said...

I don't mind the snow either but when we reach the messy stage as it melts and the roadsides are covered with black guck, it becomes less desirable.
Thanks for linking to Mosaic Monday Glenda, a nice peek in your yard.

SavoringTime in the Kitchen said...

We're having a nice warming trend coming up this week. Hope you are too!

Cheryl said...

Big hugs! It is close to 80 here in Fresno *bragging* I've got both the front and back door open!As I sit and type this--- I've got fresh dirt under my nails and I'm feeling happy (worked in the backyard a little bit!!)
~Cheryl

Linda H said...

We're all ready for spring to arrive. We still have about four feet of snow. No tulips or daffodils here for a while....Come. On. Spring.
Loved the peek into your yard.

Rattlebridge Farm said...

Beautiful pictures, Glenda! I can't believe how much snow we've had in TN! Like you, I'm so looking forward to gardening.

handmade by amalia said...

Now that we are deep into spring it suddenly seems a bit strange to see photos of snow.
Amalia
xo

Vasudha Somayaji said...

Beautiful yard, it looks so pretty to me. I am sure you must be longing for the summer and the ice to melt away.

Mary Cromer said...

Lovely images. So ready for Spring to arrive here. 1 hour South of us got 20 to 25 " of snow in just over 24 hours last week~

Light and Voices said...

It is warming up in Illinois for a few days. A lot of the snow and ice has melted but in parking lot it is still piled high. It will be so lovely when the snow melts. Enjoyed your photos this week. Looking forward to seeing your blog next week.
JM, IL