Saturday, March 31, 2007

31 March 2007

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Well can you believe that March is nearly over. How the time flies. We had a nice day today, started off raining but had sunshine by lunch time.

Still no foal, Sonny is holding out on us Sigh!

I took these shots today, the first flowers I have seen this year, they are growing on a bush that the neighbors have amongst their hedge bushes. Thought they were really pretty so took a few snaps.

Well other than that nothing exciting to report, been a quiet day. Hope you all had a good one and have a wonderful Sunday.




Kaycee said...

The floral photos are such a wonderful sign of spring! The yellow color is just gorgeous. I hope that you are having a very good weekend. Hope the foal arrives soon!

Anna said...

I'm not asleep yet (1:38 AM)...I know what you are thinking...GO TO BED! :)

I love these beautiful pictures. Thanks for your thoughts Lori...I am hoping for a quick recovery for John.

Take care.

Julie Blair said...

Hi Lori!

Beautiful flowers! I bought some daffadils the other day and put them on my desk. They are so cheerful!

Gorgeous here today. I posted some from the beach on my blog.

Hugs to you too!


talj said...

So glad you had a nice day and these flowers are beautiful. Great use of DOF and nice background! :o)


Rising Rainbow said...

the flowers are pretty. I was wondering what they were.

Sorry you have no foal yet, I hate this part of foaling season. Not good at waiting.

I took Rachel to the clinic with me. It was halter and I took a 5 yo stud. He was a big hit.

CG said...

The flowers look like forsythia to me...we used to have one and it was always such a cheerful sight! Tell Sonny to get a move on!! Maybe she is waiting for spring to really arrive!!

Karen said...

Oh they're beautiful! I hope they are forsythia because I planted a forsythia bush last year and I can't wait for it to blossom this spring. We're still covered in snow here and it's freezing.

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