Saturday, April 14, 2018

DAFFODILS

When it's changing back into 
cold weather again, why not
 pick a few daffodils to enjoy!






We had 2 lovely days here in Missouri
but now it is going cold on us again!







Time for some hot tea.....


Sharing at:
Home Sweet Home

15 comments:

Beth said...

Definite signs of spring in your garden! The only daffodils I have blooming are some I cut and brought in, and no tulips anywhere near blooming yet. My striped squill and blue squill are blooming. However, colder conditions are coming so we'll see what happens. Enjoy your weekend, Bernideen!

Zaa said...

Daffodils make my heart sing... so thank you for this charming springtime post..We are definitely seeing more birds and wildlife emerging each day ... so a lovely drop of tea and looking at you pictures makes my day..Thank You, Sweet lady ...Hugs

Louca por porcelana said...

Hi dear Bernideen!Lovely pictures of your flowers and an amazing table!Love that pretty teapot!Hugs!

Szara Sowa said...

Happy Spring!

Vee said...

Operation Rescue the Daffodils! Enjoy them inside and pretend it’s lovely and warm outside. 🌷

NanaDiana said...

It is just beautiful, Bernideen. It gives me hope that we will have Spring here, too. Right now we are in the process of getting up to 30" of snow. Yuck! xo Diana

Margie said...

Your pretty flowers are just what I needed to see in the midst of our 2-day ice storm.

At Rivercrest Cottage said...

Love stopping by and seeing your pretty flowers and tea settings. It's a reminder that soon the sun will come out and stay a while.maybe?

Gina @ VictorianWannaBe said...

This darn cold weather!! I have had enough of it. Ready for nice weather now. I cut some of my daffodils too. Covered my Magnolia bush and small clematis, but that's it. Looking forward to our Chesterfield trip, hope the weather is nice! xoxo

The Charm of Home said...

Just gorgeous! Thanks for sharing at Home Sweet Home!

BarberryLane Designs said...

Sigh, I did my spring post today of the ice storm and then snow....and I'm afraid to look at the daffy's that were trying to bud out. Lovely post...hope you got missed in the last weather mess!

Marilyn Miller said...

I do love daffodils! What a pretty variety you have.

Carolyn said...

Beautiful signs of spring! Love your bouquets.
Carolyn

Sonia said...

Your flowers are gorgeous! Our bulbs are done for this Spring. Now awaiting azaleas to bloom after the horrible freeze we had. Hope your garden fared well.

ellen b. said...

Daffodils make me smile!