I wish I had another query to send. Beyond that, I wish we had daffodils blooming in Indiana. Instead, I will enjoy the brightness of yours.
I'm in North Texas, too! It's nice to see the flowers coming back, especially after that week of ice-bound insanity. :D
@M4L: Wish I could send you a bouquet of them! @Beck: Hey, fellow North Texian! I was sad everything seemed to be getting such a late start blooming until we got the ice storm. Now I'm glad nothing was in bloom to get killed back. Ah, but March can be a fickle month...
As someone who has endured five month winters, I am shaking my head at your "week of ice bound insanity."
@Matt: As someone's who's just endured a week of ice-bound insanity, I'm shaking my head at anyone who chooses to endure five-month winters ;o)
Lovely daffodils! We've got crocuses out but I don't think the daffs are out yet.
I wonder if crocus and daffodils would grow in Thailand? We have glads that grow five feet tall. I've never seen a tulip, doesn't mean they aren't here. I grow basil on my balcony, it comes up in days, ready for snipping in 3 months. Something to google. Beautiful photo.Wilkins MacQueen
Posted twice - beg your pardon. Mac
Heard from home today, Calgary something like -37C. At plus 37C today I can't believe I spent so many years there - throwing hay in my jamies and gum boots as the coffee was being made. No coat! How tough was I? It was one way to wake up in a hurry and the coffee sure hit the spot after the hay toss.
@Mac: Well, I guess if you put hay in your jammies and boots for insulation, you wouldn't need a coat! ;o)Probably in the realm of TMI, but this is my first menopausal winter, and I'm finding I can tolerate colder weather a little better. I'm worried about the coming summer. Heat's never been an issue in the past, but now...? Hot flashes and night sweats are not a myth.
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