Tuesday, February 24, 2009

My World This Tuesday

A glimpse into the world around me . . .

Signs of spring are starting to emerge. Even though it seems too early, the calendar is making its way to the end of February, March is next week! Even if I am not out enough to see it, my nose and inner ears are starting to itch, that and the calendar means, around here, that colors are about to burst forth and spring will have been released!

Our yard is full of pine trees and azaleas and red tips - all of which keep green on them all year. The dogwoods are still stripped bare.




but there are some changes starting . . .



The first azaleas are starting to bloom!




And some miniature daffodils . . .




Even blooming rosemary . . .


And soon I will be able to show the show the azaleas and dogwoods put on!

I am playing along with That's My World Tuesday's. Check the sites from around the world!

8 comments:

Tracie said...

beautiful! we'll be down your way late next week.. so it's nice to know we'll get to see a little 'hint' of spring.. even though it's still under 20 degrees here today!
enjoy the blooms!

blessings,
Tracie

Merrie said...

awww, I sure miss south Georgia and it's beauty! We still have dead grass and weeds...

Louise said...

My rosemary blooms all winter. But it is an the only thing. I think it's because we have so much sun. I would love to see a peek of a blooming bulb right now!

::Jan:: said...

You lucky little lady. How fun to see those first glimpses of Spring. Nothing more cherished, desired or that makes us so happy. Thanks for sharing your little Tuesday World.

Ours is still sleeping :)

Stacy said...

wow, i never knew what an azaleas was until i came here, how gorgeous! You're whole blog is really lovely.

Finding Pam said...

I love your photos. Thankfully Spring is not too far behind...
Is anything more southern than azealeas?undsc

Gayle said...

Oh, we are still so far away from things blooming here. It's so wonderful to see the beautiful flowers!

Rhonda said...

Oh how I LOVE the smell of rosemary. How nice. We are still a good month away before we see ANY sign of spring.