Tuesday, March 29, 2011

I'm ready ~

I am sooooo ready ~





I want to play in the garden ;-)

I took a walk in the back yard, and yes...I did wear those boots ~  I do believe that my tulips are waking up from their winter slumber ~








And believe it or not, there is lettuce coming up in my vegetable garden from last year ~



I was so excited, I bought myself some of these



Has spring arrived where you are? 

I hope so ~

(((Hugs)))

Marianne

18 comments:

  1. Not here we are in Autumn and have had humidity,then wind,then cool now rain.I cant wait for Spring again already lol

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  2. Yes, i live in the southest part of Sweden and now spring just arrived. Nice blog you have!

    Anna Vattenkanna

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  3. Sort of! The blooms are here, but the temps have cooled off again.But that is not unusual for Georgia. We always have warm weather and then a cool snap (sometimes a freeze) before Easter.Love your boots!

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  4. Girl, you ARE ready! I like your idea of storing the hand tools in a pretty pot! You will have lots of pretty tulips soon!

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  5. I'm ready too - just waiting for Mother Nature to catch up with me!
    I have rubber boot envy, ha ha
    K

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  6. No spring here. I can't even see the garden! and a good size snow storm for friday. Will spring ever come????
    Cathy

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  7. So exciting...LOVE SPRING!!!

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  8. I love your cute boots! We have flowers blooming here and I was amazed when I saw Amarylis growing in the flower beds here! Poinsettias grow in flower beds, too! I'm still amazed! heehee! Hugs! ♥

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  9. Lucky Girl seeing Spring already..love the boots!

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  10. Hi Marianne, it looks like spring is really popping there! I was so surprised when you said you had the same Corning Ware tea set as my sister did. I think that's pretty neat! Thanks for visiting me today. I'm your newest follower. Blessings, Pamela

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  11. Love those boots!

    Spring has arrived and gone again it seems. It was beautiful for a couple of weeks and now much cooler again. Hopefully it will be warm again soon.

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  12. Spring? What is that? More snow Friday. My poor sprouting tulips will be chilled to their roots!

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  13. I am ready too. We have been having rain every day for days on end! My chives, parsley and sage are coming up in my herb garden. Daffs are about to open, but too wet to work out there, even with Wellies!

    Love,
    Susan and Bentley
    xxoo

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  14. How exciting to see your tulips and lettuce coming up--time to stop hibernating. We've had spring here for a few weeks already. :)

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  15. Yeh, it's really getting into its stride now. Les has mowed the lawn for the first time this year and cherry blosssom is just beginning to flower.
    I think the main sign of spring though is when the hawthorn hedges start to turn green...just happening now.

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  16. Hi Marianne...thanks for visiting my blog and following. I have followed you back. I love this post...I would love to get outside and start cleaning up the mess from our horrible winter. Maybe this weekend...I think it may warm up just a little bit. I'm looking forward to looking around your blog. Nice to meet you ~Ann

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  17. Cute boots. Love them.

    Hugs,
    ♥Ana

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