Monday, March 26, 2007


Look where we ended up on our Sunday afternoon walk, the Cochrane's front yard! They live just up the hill from us on Cochrane Lane of course!

They have drifts of every kind of daffodil imaginable lining their long driveway, under trees, surrounding their yard, and around the house. Well you get the picture. They're everywhere you look! Before we knew it we'd spent a couple of hours there visiting and taking in the breathtaking beauty. By the way, the 360* view is awesome too!

Tuesday, March 20, 2007


Captured this rainbow on St. Patricks Day, as it ended right on the top of Mt. Pisgah. I wonder if that is where the pot of gold is? Actually it is a reminder that God keeps His promises, and that's worth far more than any pot of gold!!!It was almost gone by the time I finally got myself extricated from a berry vine to get this shot through the Forsythia.
And...speaking of God's promises...Spring is one of them! Here are some of the pictures I promised I'd take.If you look close you can see the red, new growth on the roses in front of the fence.
This is neighbor Rainy's Almond tree. Please pray for their family as their son, Justice, broke his neck at a wrestling match. He is currently paralized from the chest down and struggling with pneumonia.

The website address to check on his progress is:
"For I know the plans I have for you," declares the Lord, "plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future."
Jeremiah 29:11

Saturday, March 17, 2007


A favorite photo from last spring!
I've been too busy enjoying gardening in the nice weather, to update the blog with some spring flower pictures. So here are the crocus under the dogwood tree for now. Soon, I hope, I'll actually photograph some of all the spring beauty bursting into bloom around me instead of just looking at it! After the bleakness of the snow pictured in the previous posts, it is so wonderful to see the yellow of the daffodils and forsythia, and the pinks of the camelias, not to mention the heavenly smell of the daphne! I know, you can't appreciate that on the blog anyway! Sorry!