Wednesday, March 5, 2014

The Many Faces of Spring

It's beginning to look a lot like Spring. I always am consumed with these same feeling this time of the year. Those hintful signs of Spring start peaking their green little blades through browned grass and bright yellow and creamy white bulbs begin showing in the corners of the yard . I'm also grown very tired of the Winter weather and I start yearning for that smell of cut grass and newly turned dirt. My spirits get dashed with the call of bad weather no matter how temporary the weather really is. 

The truth is in this part of the South much of our most prominent winter weather can come in the month of March. So often the site of bulbs surrounded by a blanket of snow is the true sign of Winters final fling and the change to daylight savings time ushers in the true Spring Season.

"Patients" I have to tell myself; I tell my self things like, " Live in God's time and not my own."  I tell you the truth I'm ready though.

Ready to plant, ready to change the decor in the house from the snuggled in winter look to the open window of warming sun.

It's time to make plans and plots for the warming season. 

Well I am just going to keep looking toward the many 
Spring Blessings
Live today in joyous expectations of what's to come.
Many Blessings to all!


  1. I came over here to comment on this post and got distracted by those chicken and cole slaw tortillas! :) I really enjoyed reading this, Lynn- I'm ready for "that smell of cut grass and newly turned dirt"! Yes, MA'M, that's the truth.

    1. Thank you for coming by for a visit. I'm looking forward to the Spring; I'm getting a little antsy for it. I've been checking out your great dishes you post but the "Ole Man" is on a health is really a good thing but he's all up in the kitchen and he drives me can cook quite well himself but he's a control freak no matter where he's at and I can't have it in my kitchen.

      I sure hope you're having a wonderful day!

  2. Me and you both! And what will tonight's mess turn into? I certainly hope it does not amount to anything.

    1. Sleeting here right now....and s good chance of some crazy winter weather. Oh, By the winter onions are trying to take off. It will be neat to see how they do.