But I did spend part of the morning doing this as #1 and Tommy spent ages outside:
#1: Since so many people seemed to enjoy the crocus photos yesterday, here are a couple more:
Tommy has been getting lots of outdoor time the past couple of days as I have been working on a major endeavour: to dig up an oak sapling in the field where we usually play Frisbee and throw balls, and replant it in our garden. That field has been left fallow the last couple of years but I was terrified that the farmer would suddenly arrive with his big tractor and just raze the beautiful baby oak. Fingers crossed that it likes its new location:
You make me go all springy, TC.ReplyDelete
Those photos are like a little ray of hope!!ReplyDelete
The PM also got her PEI tour guide yesterday and that is a ray of hope too!!!
Purrs Goldie, Shade and Banshee
You look like you're having lots of fun, Tama-Chan. We are happy that your tree has been re-located. May it flourish in it's new locale:)ReplyDelete
An Oak tree! I bet it has beautiful Fall foliage! The little "hat" from the acorns makes a superb kittytoy by the way...ReplyDelete
Yep, we are very ready for Spring here too!
Oh, Mommy is sooo jealous that your crocus (croci?) have started to come up. Every Spring, she starts scouring the ground in the park across the street, just looking for the first tiny green blades. And this year, they've planted hundreds of tulips, so our park should be gorgeous in a couple months.ReplyDelete
Two years ago, they had a "It's your park day" and neighbors could come plant bulbs and help with the fall clean-up. Mommy planted crocus bulbs in the designated spot. Then I dug my first and only hole—about six feet away! No one was watching so Mommy threw some bulbs in and covered up the hole.
The next Spring, we'd refer to the one lone cluster of flowers as Petey's contribution!
More Spring, please! It's 27-degrees here, clear and windy and too cold for the dog run!
Petey (Mica is busy trying on his birthday suit)
We do miss the change of seasons here in South Florida. Spring and Fall are so lovely in Chicago, but the dull winter days of February and March we sure don't miss! We will live vicariously through your photos.ReplyDelete
ing, spring, spring, we all are calling the spring!!!ReplyDelete
Uncle's U is working in the garden and the cats are in season!!
We are waiting leaves on the oak...
ViVi & AB
Looks like you're having fun, Tama-Chan. #1, i hope that the little oak thrives. Your soil looks so rich and brown (compared to the red clay here). Love seeing the crocuses! I have only one so far...the weather is still cycling between being 'way colder than normal and somewhat warmer than normal!ReplyDelete
Teri loves Croci too :) and we love watching the birdy feeders too...Teri just filled them after a long time empty so the birds are not coming round yet, but soon!ReplyDelete
The cats of Furrydance and Teri
We can't wait for spring either!!ReplyDelete
I see the bird feeders by that window. That looks like the perfect vantage point. We hope the baby oak likes its new location. The crocus are beautiful!ReplyDelete
You are very lucky. Here we have lots of rain and it is cold.ReplyDelete
But thank you for sharing your springy pictures.
Tama-Chan, you look like a miniature mountain lion looking through the window.ReplyDelete
My pussywillow bush is beginning to fuzz up!ReplyDelete
You make me feel all spring and sprung....hug from a springy miss moussieReplyDelete
We are glad to see Spring is peeping out for you. We just got a little more snow here today. Brr!! A good day to sleep.ReplyDelete
Abby & Stygia
Playing, longing, flowers and a baby oak. What a perfect post. We can't wait for spring either.ReplyDelete
I bet they can not wait to get home seeing that pretty face waiting for them in the window!!ReplyDelete
Those little flowers are so pretty! They would make beautiful little garlands for around the house? :)