Friday, March 28, 2008

The sun is shining

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It's been a long week. It's late. I'm tired. The dog is chasing the cat. And I refuse to do a post about SNOW. Despite the nasty weather this past week, on the patio the leopard's bane continues to glow and spread sunshine all around. It is NOT snowing in my world...

GBBD Mar08 (60)

11 comments:

Zoë said...

Hello, love that second photo, beats snow any day! Look forward to reading more

Jean Ann said...

Beautiful pic...and good for you for resisting the urge to complain about the snow...I, on the other hand, went out and filmed more snow falling so I could kvetch some more...

Petunia's Gardener said...

Leopard's Bane, huh? It does indeed look very cheery and a nice touch of summer color (vs. all that pink)!

NW Nature Nut said...

Amen, sister!

byrningbunny said...

lol My last picture was of, you guessed it, SNOW! I love the bright colors you've posted instead.

Thanks for stopping by my plot. I'm sure I'll be back frequently (as frequently as my son allows).

Sarah Laurence Blog said...

I know the feeling. The weather is lousy in England too. Thanks for the bright sunny flower!

Shelly said...

lolol...I did two posts whining about the snow.

Aunt Debbi/kurts mom said...

Lovely pictures. Lepards bane. I am going to look into growing that.

Annie in Austin said...

Just got off the phone with a Seattle relative who was also quite tired of winter - I hope all of you get a chance to feel the sun and play in the garden soon!

Annie at the Transplantable Rose

Brenda Kula said...

Don't blame ya a bit. By the way, yellow is my color. That and red. Can't beat a combination of yellow and red. Almost hurts the eyes, but it's beautiful together.
Brenda

Kerri said...

Lovely, cheery yellow blooms, and look at all those buds to come! Last Friday we woke up to a winter wonderland...it was gorgeous! I took 123 photos throughout the day, and posted not a one...but only because I didn't have time :)
It sure can be beautiful, but we're well ready to see the end of it.
We have 60º here today, and rain.