Our weather forecast is for more rain this week. We really haven't gotten much spring weather yet in Colorado. Tuesday about 8" of snow is expected up in the mountains. This is Colorado in the "springtime". I have poured you and I some Yorkshire Gold tea here by the window. You do like tea - right? Please make yourself at home.
As you can see it is green outside now!Many of my tulips started to come up recently and then just fizzled because of snow and sleet. I'm not complaining as I am familiar with this. Yesterday afternoon we worked out in the backyard and cleared out the old dead stuff. I have to tell you I huffed and puffed and thought how in the world does Carolyn Aiken have a 5 acre garden? Isn't her garden incredible? I can't wait to see what this year holds for her and us. What always amazes me is the way the snow is so deep on PEI one day and then in what seems like little time - she has so many bulbs blooming.
I planted a few pansies yesterday and mostly the big accomplishment was that we moved the composter so it is no longer looking ugly under the tree. As I was working a little bird with a beautiful song was going in and out of one of the birdhouses hanging there.
I am inviting you to join me for my "Friends Sharing Tea" blog party today. I know some of you are already posting tea time in the garden. I can't wait for "Tea In The Garden" to happen here and hopefully soon.
I always enjoy sharing my blog party with others: