12 February 2010

A Nice Surprise

My Sweet Hubby told me to look outside this morning. He suggested I might want to take my camera. He was right! What a nice surprise.
We are forecast for snow today (yes, you heard me right, snow). Thank goodness the Daffs are hardy and usually don't mind the cold.
Wish us luck, we are "battening down the hatches" to prepare for the worst.
Hope you enjoy my surprise too.


  1. Very pretty...but it might be too soon??? Yep, we're supposed to get snow in the Upstate too! Y'all keep warm down there!

  2. Update for you folks, it is snowing. It is sticking to the ground. Guess I should bundle up and go get some pictures.

  3. Hooray for the advance team of brave little flowers reminding us that winter will soon be toast.

  4. What a lovely surprise. It usually heralds that spring is on the way, but I guess not where you are if you're covered in a blanket of snow.

  5. Oh my goodness, these are buried under loads of snow here. THANK you for showing me a bit of spring, I need it.;)
    Here the weather man told us not to even think the word *spring* yet.:(
    Have a lovely weekend and a happy Valentines Day,

  6. I was going to say "lucky lucky you" but then I read your update where you said it was snowing! GAAAKK!

    Oh well...it should make for some nice pictures though!

  7. There is nothing I love better than to see beautiful yellow daffodils pushing through the earth as it means Spring is definitely on the way - even there's still some snow around.

  8. i was going to say send some of that our way...would be nice to see something green. smiles.

  9. Last year, our daffodils survived three separate snowfalls. They are hardy, aren't they?


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