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Wednesday, April 25, 2007

Scratch 'N' Sniff

seriously scratch your computer screen, and see if it works


If you could smell the spring outside my door today it would be wonderful. I walked 20 steps from my front door step in three directions today and this is what I saw.

... and when did I used to have time to blog?

11 comments:

Elizabeth said...

Oh how beautiful. I love the purple pansies. So glad spring is in full bloom over there.

Tasha said...

Those dogwoods are my absoulute favorite around here. Love the pictures! I totally hear you, we just stay outside as much as possible lately!

melanie said...

I absolutely love flowers, of all kind! Gorgeous photos Kristi!

I am feeling the same way, what happened with the time I used for blogging? Cue whiny voice. I want it back!!!

Laurie said...

Incredible that you have such a variety of gorgeous flowers all right there. You lucky, lucky girl. Blessed I should say.

Jill said...

Your pictures are beautiful, I'm so glad you took so many, they change so quickly that if you had waited another week or so you could have missed them. I can't believe how many flowers grow there that don't grow here. I shouldn't be surprised, but I am.

stacys said...

Great photos. I'm beginning to feel like blogging is a winter sport. There is always so much that need to be done that blogging is hard to fit in!

carlo said...

glad spring has finally arrived for good in dc! beautiful pics

i am so behind, as well. so much going on in the last 5 weeks of school has been keepingme busy.

Amanda :-) said...

So many colours! And that pineapple bird-feeder is so cute.

lelly said...

aahhhh...

michelle said...

What a beautiful time of the year. I too have been trying to spend as much time as possible outside. I think we have officially hit summer her in Arizona. today it is supposed to be 95! Yikes!

Jenny Dahl said...

wish I could scratch and sniff the computer screen to get a whiff.
Yes, where does the time go. My blogging is slowing down a bit. Its' hard trying to find the balance with it all.