18 March 2010

Flowers in my window

It is a busy week and I have lots of homework.
My Sweet Hubby brought these in for me.
Don't they just brighten up the day?
Wish you could smell the Narcissus, they are lovely.
If you have to stay home, there isn't a better home to stay at.
I am spoiled!


  1. Yea, but you deserve it I'll bet!!!

  2. what a cool hubby you have...

  3. Hi

    What lovely flowers! Yay for your sweet hubby!

    Have a lovely day - Spring is so here!

    Take care

  4. The daffodils are late here this year, I haven't seen any which are in blooom yet though the crocus's and snowdrops are out now.

  5. i bet they smell gorgeous, my dear frien bought me a basket of tiny ones and they are sitting on my desk just about to open, cant wait. Hope you have a wonderful weekend x

  6. Lovely flowers from a lovely man.;)
    Have a wonderful weekend dearest friend,

  7. Those are lovely flowers, so pretty for Spring.

    Thanks so much for visiting my Fuzzy Tales blog.

    -Kim :-)

  8. Daffodils say spring so well ...

  9. Flowers are always good to brighten up a day. I never keep any inside though, even though I'd like to, because I'm a much more responsible person when I'm out viewing nature.

  10. Daffodils are very springy and I love them. Mine don't bloom any longer and need to be replaced, but I forget in the fall. Our irises are perking up and starting to grow...maybe it is time it will warm up! I'm ready for warmer just not ready for really hot as heck yet.

  11. Thank you for showing a sign of beautiful spring.

    Happy weekend.

    From the Far East.
    Best regards.

  12. Oh first blooms are delightful!


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