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Spring, in my neck of the woods!
What?! Gorgeous! We are not even close up here. I'll have to enjoy yours vicariously.
Oh, I'm so glad it has come! It's beautiful.
I LOVE the title of this post!!!! I have been thinking of that sweet little song here, too...It is beautiful but, already muggy (but I won't whine) here in Georgia.Beautiful pictures!
Very pretty! We don't get much of a spring season here in Phoenix... just goes right to HOT!
Great post title. Great pics. LOVE Spring!
I love, love the little purple pansies...reminds me of a song.
Your popcorn balls smelled so sweet, right through my computer. You live in a beautiful place!
Beauty-ful!! I'll now go take my Claritin and Zyrtec in double doses. Just looking at the blossoms does it to me!Ah spring! Ahhhhh-Choooo!
OH, I want to live in your neck of the woods right now because mine doesn't look ANYTHING like that!So beautiful!
I LOVE FORSYTHIA! Too bad it is still 45 degrees here. No spring flowers here.. just snow. I love seeing it though. It gives me hope!
We've got all ours in bloom here, too. It makes me so happy. I have not had a decent spring in about six years - truly. Boston doesn't get them (or it's too cold to go out and notice any blossoms) and San Diego has only one season all year long. I've missed the blossoms. It's just so pretty!
My first thought: GORGEOUS!My second thought: ALLERGIES. :-)
will you adopt me? pleeeeease???
Yay for you! I'm bummed because we will probably move before all of the tulips I planted finally bloom. I'm going to have to send Jessica to take a picture for me.
Lucky duck! I have one crocus.
that is so beautiful...i'm sure you're loving it..
Those are wonderful pictures. I want to capture everything in photos too. The trees in my yard are not blooming yet, though.
it's all so beautiful... definitely one of the few downfalls of living in cali. we don't see sights like this.
This title is killer! And so are the photos.
I have no idea where you live, but these pictures look very close to my home in TN!
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