Friday, January 12, 2018

Our wonderful winter




If you're a long-time reader of my blog, then you know our flower parade begins in January. I'm in no hurry for spring, because it's followed by summer; I'd happily live in our Willamette Valley fall and winter forever!

That's it from the green, green grass of . . .

4 comments:

Mama Pea said...

Blossom and new sprouts in January. What a different world we live in!

Mokihana said...

Nothing's coming up here yet... though the daffodils should be coming along soon. I love spring and fall, too!

Claire Moxon-Waltz said...

We had such an odd weekend out here in the eastern hinterlands. It got up to 17 C (62 F) this weekend, which is absolutely unheard of in January. Records were broken all over. It melted a lot of snow and ice and now we have flooding. Temperatures are back to 'normal' now (well below freezing) but it was a breath of spring, which we shall not see again until April or May. As always, I envy your early flowers and greenery. I can see the grass, which is odd for this time of year, but it's brown and dead for now. No doubt we shall soon be covered in feet of snow again!

Susan said...

It's so nice to see things budding. Although we won't see that here for months, your lovely photographs offer a sense of hope!