Outside my Window Today

Today was the first morning in 12 days when I did not have to set my alarm clock to get up and be somewhere at a specific time.

Well, guess what! I woke up anyway.
Plus, the cats have decided that 6:10 is a good time to have breakfast, and so begin pestering me by putting a paw on my cheek and pressing harder until I open my eyes.

Husband had to open the computer lab today, so he mentioned that we might meet later for breakfast at McDs.
I was happy to say Yes, coffee is welcome.

Before I’m off to my Yarn Group, I thought I might share a bit of Spring with you.

no mowing until the violets finish blooming

outside my window

the yellow flower bush is a forsythia, and there are some red tulips, too

~~love and Huggs, Diane

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6 Responses to Outside my Window Today

  1. Evelyn says:

    What a view! That’s Lovely, Diane!
    THANKS!
    Love, Evelyn

  2. momma says:

    Your post inspired me to try my hand at a little poetry.

  3. Shimfee says:

    sweet memories. i LOVE dandelions.
    when charles kuralt died, there was a clip of him interviewing lady bird johnson, who was responsible for decorating our nation’s highways with wildflowers. she took him on a tour of her garden, and he pointed out a dandelion.
    she said with her drawl, “down heah we call them DYC’s” (damn yellow composites) she went on to say, “but we won’t frown on a dandelion, now, will we?”

    forsythia bloomed in my yard in MD when i was a kid. my dad always called it “forcynthia” as a tease.

    i miss him.

    thanks for the memories! see, you never know how your mails are blessings!

    ~~Me

  4. MrsDoF says:

    Momma M’s poem can be found at her blog under the title

    Miss Violet comes to call

  5. Cindy says:

    Oh wow! I could sit and stare at that “purple carpet” all day! Beautiful!!!

  6. Chris says:

    I love our yard. Beautiful.