Signs of Spring are everywhere...
Everywhere I look, I see it's mark on my world...
Some scenes take me back to my childhood memories...
I see farmers spending hours of time prepping their fields and gardens...
Then there is the practice, lots of practice for baseball season...even if it is only the batting cage for now.
A Bigger Picture
There is something satisfying, rejuvenating, comforting about the seasons. They remind me
that I play one small part in a much bigger picture---that there is a pulse, a sequence, a journey set
into motion by the very hand of God Himself." ~Karen Scalf Linamen
~pictures #1 and 2 by two good friends
Such lovely signs of Spring! I hope that little bunny is one of a VERY small family or those amazing flowers will be dinner unless, of course, you've trained them to eat cookies instead.
I love the farming scenes you've captured. They speak of a time much humbler; much more innocent.
We are seeing signs of spring here too. It's wonderful. The lilacs smell so pretty. I hope you are enjoying your weekend ♥ I hope your hubby is doing much better too.
Love the touches of spring!
Beautiful pictures, and the music was perfect. It's always so special to visit you and see what new thoughts and pictures you have to share. The poem captured it all!
What a cute baby bunny!
I love living in the midwest for the reason that we have four seasons here and I would miss them if we didn't.
You perfectly captured the best parts of Spring in this post. The baby bunny is so sweet.
I see a few of my favorite spring scenes there as well. I love the seasons!
So sweet, Judy. I just adore that little rabbit.
Don't you love seeing Spring all around you? Such an encouragement after the long months of winter. That little bunny is so sweet!
What beautiful photos Judy. I always love my visits with you. I feel like family.
I'm behind in my blog visits as I've not been on blogs in a week so I have much catching up to do. I started with you (smile).
Love you much!
IF all us blogger try really hard we could manage to capture a bit of spring everywhere for posterity.
I wouldn't have seen the little bunny if you hadn't posted it. A sweet favor you did me, and all who get to see it.
I am in awe of the batting cage photo. It speaks volumes about your loved ones . . .
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