Thursday, March 27, 2014

Spring....


....when
{in the magical words of e. e. cummings}
our world is mud-lucious and puddle-wonderful!

Oh sure,
some of you might have blossoms and butterflies.
Here in New England, we've learned to count our blessings when there is melting.
And white puffy clouds in a blue sky.


In other news,
the buds are getting "so big" you can even seen them reflected in the puddles!
Progress people. Progress.


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14 comments:

tiarastantrums said...

no buds here in the midwest yet

Nancy @ A Rural Journal said...

Lots of buds here too, but no blooms as yet. Melting is good! :)

Nicki said...

cool reflection. We are slow to budding this year (might have something to do with the weekly snows).

Tamar SB said...

It's coming. Slowly. Hopefully yesterday's wind storm was the end of the bitter stinking cold. I am SO ready for a change in seasons!

Kim Cunningham said...

Great perspective both in thought and image! Puddles are a good sign!

Debbie said...

in other words "mud season"!!

i see diamonds in the second image, beautiful, sparkling diamonds.....and the hope of whats to come!!

carol l mckenna said...

Lovely photography symbolic of Spring ~

Still cold on the east coat of MA ~ sun is out!

artmusedog and carol

ps. thanks for hosting this elegant link

Kim Stevens said...

Any day now....yes those buds are huge if I can see them reflected in the puddle, lol! I'm still waiting for my now over 100 monarch cat eggs to hatch, which has been slowed down by a drop in temperatures. But that's okay, I'm not quite ready-yikes! The good news is, Spring has never ever been MIA. ;)

Mamarific said...

Mother Nature can't decide between winter and spring here in Texas. But I'll take any warmth I can get, at this point! Gorgeous pictures.

Fall Charmz said...

so nice

and loved this:
"Progress people. Progress."
:)
~y.

Brenda Jenkins said...

Simply beautiful!! Thank you for sharing this with us!

Carol said...


Such beautiful pictures! Spring here in Utah is very temperamental. One day the sun is shinning and it's 70 degrees. The next day it's freezing cold and snowing!

Linda said...

Our spring is late but we are seeing some buds.

Mama Kat said...

We are in full cherry blossom bloom mode! I'll enjoy double as much for the both of us, but you're definitely making progress!