Friday, March 30, 2012

Delightful yellow!







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Ahh ... those sultry and warm first days of Spring. It was like a brief summer romance that ended all to soon, leaving us yearning for more. We bid you ado as we move forward towards April and more seasonable temperatures.

You gave us lunch outside, toes in the sand, sunburns, tops down and windows wide open. Flowers blooming, grass greening, and Bluebirds nesting. Nights without an extra blanket, mornings without slippers. 

Our summertime souls were awakened.

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 Just a brief update on our Bluebirds. She has been laying an egg a day for the past 4 days! I'm hoping she will start incubating them by tomorrow. It's been quite cold here at night but I'm told the eggs should be okay. I hope so!





12 comments:

Lisa said...

These are all so very gorgeous. I love the yellow.
I always wanted a white picket fence . :) Love yours . Beautiful .

Cant wait to hear about the new ones and hope it goes well.

Gone Country said...

Beautiful images!

I hope you have some Bluebird young'ns soon. How exciting!

Kerri said...

Oh Sharon ..... these make my heart sing!
Wonderful captures!!

March and April have been good to us here in Virginia - well actually December, January and February have been also. We've had such GREAT Weather!

Country Girl said...

Joyful yellow! The weather has finally gotten back to normal here and has been for the past week. I've actually been wearing a light jacket.

The Retired One said...

gorgeous. Just the color yellow makes me think of spring and dandelions....love this post!

Hayley said...

Love seeing the spring photos...that yellow is so pretty.

We are heading into Autumn now...so everything is slowly turning...

injoyinmylife said...

You are so right about the yellow. It just makes my heart smile. I love this time of year and all the beautiful colors. Hope in the future we get to see some cute little baby birdies.

Susan said...

Loved the photos, Sharon. Forsythia definitely is a harbinger of spring. Unfortunately, I think it's going to be frosted with white snow around here very soon. I'm c-c-c-c-cold. Topsy turvy weather has my head spinning. Hope you have a nice weekend. Susan

Glenda/MidSouth said...

Great photos. Forsythia is so pretty. It definitely says Spring.
Enjoy your weekend.

Carole said...

I always think of yellow as a spring color. I find myself being drawn to that color for summer too. Guess I want it to be spring more then summer:)
Love the little alcove to the church!
x
carole

Kimmy Bingham said...

I see you've been in Newburyport again. I walk by that church every morning on my daily walk. :-)

Ana Maria. said...

Suas fotos são maravilhosas! Eu não me canso de olhá-las.