Saturday, February 16, 2013

Signs of Spring






These photos were taken in Tywyn, Wales, earlier today a welcome sign that Spring is not that far away.

I may not be posting here very often over the coming months, please see my note in the side column.

27 comments:

  1. These are SO beautiful, Linda. :-) I've never been to Wales, but my ancestors are from there (Roberts), and I would dearly love to visit one day. :-)

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  2. Lovely flowers, Spring is coming!

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  3. I wish your husband a speedy and full recovery. I had missed you. Take care, prayers and blessings!!

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  4. Way ahead of spring here.

    Best wishes to you and your husband. Clearly a worrying time but may he be restored to full health - and soon.

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  5. I`m so sorry to read that your husband is ill and hope that a recovery comes soon.

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  6. The spring flowers bring with them a sense of renewal, and I do hope that is the situation with your dear husband. Take care♥

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  7. What a wonderful array of snowdrops. Hope David is improving and soon back on his feet. xx

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  8. Pretty pretty flowers. Roll on Spring.

    I am sorry to read that your husband is unwell
    and I wish him a speedy recovery.

    Fiona

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  9. Beautiful flowers indeed!
    Here in Alicante we seem to have skipped winter this year... fluctuating between Autumn and Spring since November, very weird.

    I hope your husband gets well soon! Hugs to you both!

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  10. these are so beautiful, glad spring is about to spring for you, we will be waiting and i do hope your husband gets better each day.

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  11. I WANT SOME! LOL Trade ya my four inches of snow for two snowdrops!

    ((((((((((( LindyLou )))))))))))))
    Hang in there...a day at a time it does get different!
    Still including you and himself in prayers.
    Don't forget to take care of you in all this.

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  12. I really like these crocuses, spring is near, beautiful photos.

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  13. Let's hope spring is not far away, I am a little bit fed up with all the snow and cold weather.

    Greetings,
    Filip

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  14. A lovely mix of snowdrops and crocuses. The crocuses look as if they are turning towards the sun. Thinking of you, Lindy.

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  15. Hi Linda. Love your new header photo. Isn't it wonderful to see all the spring flowers starting to appear - I can't wait for Spring to arrive! I hope that David is coming along ok.

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  16. Just saying hi and thank you for the spring pix! Hope things are going fairly well (and no pressure to visit back remember. We understand!)

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  17. Thank you for bringing me some signs of spring! We are weeks away from any crocuses!

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  18. Lovely pictures showing "spring flowers". Wish you a good day :) Hanne Bente

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  19. I have at last a few crocuses out that I brought over from the UK. Hopefully they will soon multiply. Take care Diane

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  20. I have always wanted to go to Wales! Lovely flower pictures...we just had some snow yesterday here in Tucson! :-) Hope you husband is doing OK. Keeping you both in my prayers.

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  21. Tywyn is fabulous, we visit every year (the Gywnedd Tywyn that is, not the north coast Towyn!)

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  22. Lindy I just wanted to let you know that I am continuing to think of you often in this difficult time, and hope to see you back on your blog wherever you are. Bloom where you are Planted!!! Hugs from Texas

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