It is deep January. The sky is hard.
The stalks are firmly rooted in ice.
No Possum, No Sop, No Taters
Saw these sunflowers today as I drove the country roads. They've motivated me to get back into blogging.
I've missed seeing your gardens.
Hi Donna! I'm glad to see you posted. I didn't realize those were sunflowers until I read what you said. Those words about deep January sound like someone longing for spring, as I am. My red/pink hellebore buds froze, but I am assuming they will bloom again when the weather permits.ReplyDelete
We'll both enjoy spring as it unfolds in other areas, until it's our turn.
Sue, thanks for being so speedy with leaving a comment. More motivation for me to keep blogging. So glad I 'met' you through blogging.Delete
They look so sad. Like the rest of us Northerns, we miss the warm sun.ReplyDelete
So nice to see you post again. I've missed you.
Lindalou....hello. Coming over to visit your blog right now.ReplyDelete
Hello hello my dear friend. It was just yesterday that I was thinking about you. I went to clean up my blog a bit and came across yours....didn't know if I should delete it or not. Decided not to.....and now I'm soooo glad I didn't. Cause here you are back again.ReplyDelete
Hope things are just fine with you and the family. Good to have you back Donna. And my your garden bloom again soon.
Ours is covered in snow right now.
Wonderful hugs my faraway friend.
Hi Donna! That is a very cool photo! I love it! Have missed you, and look forward to future posts!!! Happy January!ReplyDelete
And we've missed you! I'm taking a little blogging break myself while I'm working full-time for a short while, but I do pop in to see what's going on when I can. When I saw you had posted, I had to stop by and say hello. The photo and quote are so appropriate--we have had very little snow, but the ground is certainly frozen. I put a few sprigs of artificial holly and greens in an outdoor pot on a warm day before Christmas--now they're frozen in the soil, and I can't get them out! Wonder if they will look like anything by the time a spring thaw rolls around:) Looking forward to spring already!ReplyDelete
Nostalgic photo! I imagine everyone in your part of the world is missing gardens right about now! Spring will come again (and then I'll envy you!).ReplyDelete
(Lots of retirees from your part of the country here in our RV Park!)
Welcome back! Missed you. Stay warm and dream of spring.ReplyDelete
Beautiful! Donna, I go through phases of blogging, mostly not having the time to write or visit others. But I don't plan to stop and I hope you don't either!ReplyDelete
And we missed your Donna. Good to see you back. The ground is frozen really hard here as well. And sub zero this morning. Brrrrr....ReplyDelete
Thanks for stopping by the Marmelade Gypsy! It's nice to "meet" you! Your profile says Wisconsin -- I'm surprised there isn't more snow, but it certainly is as cold there as it is in Michigan! This is a lovely image. It speaks to the bleakness of winter!
You've been missed too!ReplyDelete
Donna....how great to see you back!! Have missed you here in blogland, but I do get the need to take breaks once in a while.ReplyDelete
So glad I met you on Facebook, Donna. And now I will follow your blog. They Sunflower photo is sweet!ReplyDelete
Oh, so very happy to see a post from you!! It is officially seed catalog time, which is what pulls me through January and February.ReplyDelete
Oops I missed something. The "bluebird picture" is a mountain bluebird certainly not found in Minnesota either. I took it in the Black Hills (Custer State Park) on our way to camping in Montana.ReplyDelete
Yeah, you're back!ReplyDelete
Glad you are back, Donna! Well, I am back from our holiday from the Phils. It was great being with family even it was just only for 3 weeks.ReplyDelete
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