Monday, March 01, 2010



The Woodland Garden: Saturday, I took a walk through my garden to see if Spring had started to sing. What a small note I found reaching for the sun. One bright cheerful crocus. That is all. The daffodils' green leaves are up displaying their frost burned tips.

The ladybugs and small wasps are entering my space where I had the unwelcome sign up. They are welcome to stay in the garden, but not in my Garden Studio. The snow birds are leaving and the robins are taking over. Everyday is filled with small surprise. Enjoy the day!
(c)Photo by Mary Nida Smith

5 comments:

irishoma said...

Hi Mary,
Lovely photo and great post. I saw a robin yesterday, Hurry spring!
Donna Volkenannt
http://donnasbookpub.blogspot.com

Missy said...

Spring is almost here!

Life's Beautiful Path said...

Hi Donna and Missy, isn't it exciting. Nineteen more days on the calendar. April 15th last freeze in our area. I'll wipe that last remark off my mind and live for the moment. I know the seasons can throw mud at us, but I love having four seasons. You both have a great week and thanks for visiting with me.

Kerri Fivecoat-Campbell said...

Spring will be here soo, I can feel it! We've been seeing robins here for about a month, which has been very confusing. In KC, we didn't see them until much later. Beautiful photo!

Life's Beautiful Path said...

Thanks Kerri. Happy days ahead for all of us that love the outdoors and gardening. Happy gardening to you.