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Good Morning Ruth Sweetie...Oh my goodness are these Lily of the Vallies? I haven't seen any in ages and they are so exquisite, pushing up out of the earths soil to brighten your day. How wonderful. I love it.Thank you for sharing. I am sending lots of sunshine your way. We are expecting another upper 70's day here in the valley of the sun. Have a good day Ruth. Country hugs sweetie...Sherry
Gorgeous :-) Did you see my snowdrops the other day? (Or - hang on - is that a future autopost?! I lose track with posting them a week behind!!)
I miss snowdrops sooooo much. My Mom sent me over some pretty fake ones that I have in a little jug on my kitchen window sill right now....but they aren't quite the same. We have heavy snow until May - so we don't get snow drops - we don't even really get daffodils unless you buy them in the florists for the house!! I don't miss much about back home but I do miss the Spring flowers!
Gorgeous snowdrops.Haven't seen them here yet
I pass a whole farm lane of these every morning. A great way to start the day.
I feel bittersweet now. :( :) My aunt Ang had an entire bed of Lily of the Valley flowers and I use to love watching them and smelling their wonderful fragrant bell shaped flower heads as a child! Ah...the memories.
Oo I have just come back from a weeks hols and catching up with my fave blogs! I took pics of snowdrops whilst I was away must be the week of the snowdrop! I do love them and a great picture too.
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