Sunday, March 31, 2013

Winter's end...

Is it Spring yet??

No....Brrrrr

Still winter..




Is it Spring yet?

Getting closer...


Snow's melting...




Hasn't spring arrived... yet?


Almost.....Ice is melting, but somebody's growing impatient..

Or is it just wishful thinking....?

19 comments:

Celia said...

Wow, the chair picture is wonderful. That would be beautiful framed and hung on the wall. The northern springs do take their time. Soon, soon.

Betsy Adams said...

Cute post, Wendy.... Guess we are all yearning for Spring.. Here in TN, we haven't had much snow--but we haven't had much spring either... My blog post tomorrow shows some comparison photos between March of 2012 and March this year... UNBELIEVABLE the differences....

Hopefully, spring will come to all of us soon!!!

Hugs,
Betsy

Hilary said...

Ha! I love that chair out in the icy snow. Spring sure is taking its time this year. Hurry warm weather. We're all growing impatient.

mxtodis123 said...

Spring has been a long time coming, but soon it will be here. Happy April, my friend.
Mary

Jackie said...

GREAT series of photos! Love these!!
I feel the arrival of spring through them...
Love,
Jackie

Ruth said...

I am believing it is spring even though your pictures look very cold. I love the chair!

Grammy said...

HAHAHA, wishful thibking, :) That was cute and funny.

Rose said...

I'm beginning to believe that spring might be here in my area, but I'm not quite ready to break out the beach chairs yet:) Love the photos, Wendy! Hope that snow continues to melt for you.

Maggie May said...

Although it looks like Spring is going to happen....... that recliner doesn't look inviting!!!!!!!
Maggie x

Nuts in May

sarah said...

Hi,it's been a long time. I'm glad you are fine.
Around here, spring came and cherry blossom are at their best now. I felt real sympathy of "wishful thinking ".
Have a nice weekend!

goatman said...

There are two of these geese in our backyard, down by the lake, looking for something to eat or a place for eggs; I am not sure which. They and the invisible peeping frogs are the harbingers.

Naturegirl said...

Wendy I think we all wait for Spring to arrive. Here the snow has melted and temps are milder..enough to waer a kight jacket and no heavy footwear. Today it rained all day so here I wait for the flowers to pop through the earth.
Nice images..your Lake is similar to my Wee Lake down the street!
Have a good week!

Naturegirl said...

Oh dear all my type errors!! blushing!

JeanMac said...

I just love the lawn chair.

ShySongbird said...

Hi Wendy :-) I nearly missed this post, so glad I popped over on the off chance. It certainly did look very wintry there still but I hope that by now things have improved. I enjoyed all your photos, my favourites were the first and the ones with the chair...such an odd but amusing sight :-)

Grayquill said...

Nice pics as always. I am thinking I like living here in the Pac NW looks way to cold for me.

Beth Niquette said...

OH, my goodness! It is hard to believe there's so much snow where you are, though we hear of it and see it all on the weather channel.

It is downright balmy here in Oregon. Last winter here, it didn't even snow! Not one little flake. (sigh)

I'm envious of your snow. ((hugs)) Have a lovely day, dear one.

Heidrun Khokhar, KleinsteMotte said...

This looks like the lake that called out to you and soaked you.

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