Sunday, January 5, 2020

My Snowdrops are Starting

I took this photo on Saturday and was shocked to see a large clump of snowdrops emerging. They usually don't start until February. There is a lot of very cold weather coming and I hope they can withstand it. They are such dear little things and unusually hardy too. Fingers crossed. xo


Gail, northern California said...

What a lovely way to start the new year.

You amaze me with what you can do---Snowdrops 1-04-2020 "written" on the log.

lisa said...

My daffodils are blooming, and I can see some bulbs peeking up through the dirt, too. I love the calmness after the holidays, and the beginnings of Spring.

Content in a Cottage said...

Gail, northern California -- Gail, Thank you so much for noticing what I "wrote" on the log with my Apple Pencil. That was a present to myself that I am enjoying very much on my iPad. It is proving to be quite useful in real estate too, allowing me to "mark up" surveys with corrections for the engineers before final copies are drawn up. You are always so kind to congratulate me about my abilities with technology. I love learning new things and nothing on the computer scares me. I'm lucky that way and am fortunate to have a natural ability. HAPPY NEW YEAR.
xo, Rosemary