Thursday, 28 February 2008

Three weeks later.


Good Afternoon, do you remember about three weeks ago I took you for a walk round and about where I live and we stopped of at Snowdrop House and I said then that the flowers were not quite out and I would go back. This afternoon Stuart and I went for a little walk and passed by and the pictures you see are how the lovely Snowdrops have turned out. They were looking their very best today. It was still very cold this afternoon so we did not walk for too long as Stuart feels the cold very badly these days we are such opposites just like the nursery rhyme Jack Spratt.

I would like to thank you all for your tips on helping Ellen to Crochet we did not have time yesterday as she had such a lot of homework its quite unbelievable for a form 2 to have so much.

I think that about it for now am looking for my picture of the month can’t decide what to put up its not a competition so why not have a go will leave the link when I do my entry. Till next time.



jeadie05 said...

What a difference arent they absolutely lovely ,?Im like Stuart ,dont like the cold,Iwent back and read the comments for Ellens crochet lesson ,I should have said hold hook in left hand Durr feeding you duff information lol ...lots of love Jan xx

cayasm said...

Nice pics, I hate cold weather, this time of year I usually have the heating on all day, hope you enter this into the competetion.

Take care


catmayben said...

What beautiful photos!!!! I love to see al the spring flowers growing in profussion. Last October I planted lots of bulbs for the spring, and I am now seeing the fruition of my labours.
I know what its like to feel the cold as i have Reynauds. Fortunately it hasnt been too severe this winter and have only had to wear 2 pairs of thermal gloves on a few occassions. At times though I have needed to wear gloves to go on the computer as this is a very draughty room.
Love,  Cathy.  xx

msecz said...

I love the flowers and can't wait for our snow to melt so ours can come up too. we are supposed to get 3 more inches tomorrow to break the all time record snowfall.... we have had a very hard winter this year and Im so jealour of your flowers etc

mariealicejoan said...

Beautiful pictures Joan!  How lovely!

jlocorriere05 said...

No wonder it's called Snowdrop house, they have a great display! I can't tolerate cold weather so I understand how Stuart feels! Jeannette xx  

ally123130585918 said...

They really do look beautiful ~ Ally x

kirkbyj05 said...

There are so many of them wonder they are called snowdrops.   the picture looks like snow in the back of the border.  
Thanks for sharing them with us.

Jeanie xxx

jmoqueen said...

Those pictures are gorgeous ~ thank you so much for sharing them with us Joan xx