The sky is dull gray, the air damp and chilly. It’s almost as if our lost winter has found its way home, at last, and means to stay a while. Except, there are all these flowers…
The robin doesn’t appear to be worried, though she is sticking close to the nest. Perhaps I’ll follow her lead.
Love the rose!
Thank you! I really can’t claim any credit for the roses, because they don’t like me very much. They tend to wither if I stand too close to them. This one needed several hours to recover from having its picture taken…
Beautiful, beautiful, beautiful. And a precious capture of the robin! I am viewing on May day–which was overcast until your post colored it much brighter!
I’m a bit worried about the robin. She wasn’t on the nest when I checked last night, and the nest was either still empty or empty again when I checked this morning. Hopefully, I just missed her…
I love the overcast photo. It has a timeless feeling to it, and I hear music emerging from the clouds.
Rae, You have such an amazing body of work, prodigious in number, exquisite in content. Jean
Thank you so much!
It’s sunny here in South Jersey today, but it is cool…March and April flip-flopped this year…hmmm…sounds like tomorrow’s post for my blog.
Looks like a good day to stay home, curl up, and do some reading, writing, and napping. 🙂
I’ve been working on a manuscript most of the afternoon, and now I am definitely ready for a book and a nap!
Those flowers are lovely. The pansy is gorgeous.