Tuesday, February 7, 2012


The temperatures have dropped a bit

but the daffodils do not seem to care. 

It's the first week of February,
I'm still busy with Winter clean up,  

and the daffs have decided it is time to bloom. 

Even on cold nights I enjoy being in my garden.
I plant light colors and whites just to see the
moonlight reflecting on the blooms.

I walk around the garden and have to smile. 

This is my favorite time of year. 
I'm not crazy, anytime something is blooming
it's my favorite time of the year.



Denise :) said...

Oh I so agree ... which leaves it open to all-year-around, doesn't it?! I love daffodils especially, with their sweet, sunny faces -- they make me smile!! Have a lovely day, my friend! :)

TexWisGirl said...

ha ha. :)

Anita Cedar Hill Ranch said...

How refreshing to see those flowers. New follower.

Barbara said...

Very pretty and interesting with the moonlight reflecting.

Elaine @ Sunny Simple Life said...

Mine haven't bloomed yet but I have the dutch iris in my yard. My neighbors daffs are blooming though. Do you leave those wonderful oak leaves for mulch or do you have to rake them up. I am still cleaning out planters for the winter too but seem to never get finished.