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Impatient for spring

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    Default Impatient for spring


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    What's that white stuff?

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    Quote Originally Posted by gbrice View Post
    What's that white stuff?
    Must be sand. Hehehehe

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    Actually all out of the white stuff in my area though I think my folks upstate still have some

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    I saw the title of your post and couldn't agree more. THose buds are determined to bloom--good for them. We haven't had any snow, but it has GOT to stop raining! Argh! I suppose I should be grateful, but gray skies get old.

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    Oh so gray here too, Sarah. YUCK!!

    I am ready for the sun to shine and things to turn green!!

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    Sunny greetings the spring is comming put a smile on your face the spring is here !!!!
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    Such a lovely image, Shiningrock. Thanks for sharing a bit of color. We have some tulips here, but most everything else is still 'waiting'.

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    I guess it was spring here about 3 months ago - Narcissus bloomed in December, Tulips in February, Iris started in March, along with the Lilacs, and the "summer" lilies are out of the ground and a few of the mini lilies have buds already.

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    No kidding. The Bradford pears and the Texas red buds have lost the last of their white and purple blooms, the Indian Hawthorne is blooming like crazy and attracting a mob of bees....Spring is here...

    Gray here today...rain is coming (Just NO tornadoes, I hope!)

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