Monday, April 8, 2013

What a difference a week makes!

A week ago, I showed you all the snow we had in our yard.  I'm happy to report that Spring has definitely sprung in our little corner!

Yes - we still have snow, but just a few small spots.  I think it'll all be gone this week.

Our tree in the back yard has buds on it.


Last, but not least - we have flowers!

Although I'm not a big fan of winter, it really makes me appreciate Spring.  I love the promise of the seasons in this verse:

“As long as the earth endures, seedtime and harvest,
cold and heat, summer and winter,
day and night will never cease.”

Genesis 8:22


Debbie Jones said...

Spring for you finally, and we will be moving into summer any time here in the hot Arizona Desert. I love those pretty crocus flowers! Enjoy your springtime!

Pam Rios said...

Oh how I love Daffodils, especially yellow ones! I wish I had some snow right now. Our AC quit working today! Must get repair man here first thing tomorrow!

Marsha @Spots and Wrinkles said...

Oh, Mari
I love that verse too. Glad spring is finally almost here for you.

Jenny the Pirate said...

Lovely, Mari. I'm so happy for all you Michiganders. Spring in the north is truly a wondrous thing. For us in South Carolina it's like a hiccup but for you all it's a long, satisfied sigh. Enjoy the beauty of God's creation.

Anonymous said...

We are still waiting for spring.
We are in a winter storm watch the next 2 days.
I love your flower photo, my tulips are peeking out and I am waiting for warm weather to see it bloom.

Brooke said...

looks like spring has sprung!

Nancy said...

I am so glad that you are finally seeing some signs of spring...It will be full blown before you know it.....

Pat said...

Spring showers bring some beautiful flowers! I love that bright yellow!
Lots of rain clouds here, but - are you ready?
The sun will come out tomorrow...

Musicaljean said...

Aren't daffodils wonderful? I just feel like kissing mine every time I come home and see them all lined up in front of my house.

Thank you, Lord, for Spring!!!!

Sue O said...

Our crocuses and daffodils are long gone and the tulips are in full bloom.