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03/12/2015 § 12 Comments
There, there, my friends. As the dogwood tree in this grouping, I can assure you that in just a few short weeks, these will be white blooms on my branches. Help our cause by visualizing those blooms!
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This visual therapy isn’t working…I want my money back!
Oh wait – never -mind. This is free therapy… 😉
As opposed to blooming white branches. 🙂
Here in Northfield Ctr. Ohio, the hard packed ice finally disappeared
yesterday. The gazebo and my deck are frozen snow covered… hopefully
a few more days to clear that. Enough of these harsh winters!
Yes I’m looking forward to spring blossoms also. In your beautiful snow
scene, I couldn’t help noticing the snow covered bench. Too heavy to put away for the winter, but not very inviting covered in snow. Why can’t we save up some of this winter and bring it out in August.
Just for you, I searched for this JULY scene of the bench and brought it back in March: https://thedailygraff.com/2012/03/26/thats-absurd/
The dogwood needs to move on from flakey(snow) to flowery(blooms)!What kind of wood would a dogwood be if it wouldn’t move on?
Reminds me of “What kind of wood would a woodchuck chuck if a . . .”
“…even though all we see at this point is a bunch of bloomin’ snow!”
Fortunately that’s not true for us Athenians THIS week. Hard to believe I took that photo just one week ago TODAY, and now the snow has all melted, and we’re having such mild weather after such an extended deep freeze.
John, I do love dogwoods, but we are sitting here in tremendous heat and therefor just looooove the look (and the feel 🙂 ) of your beautiful snow picture.
I just visited your blog to find out where you’re located but couldn’t find a mention of where you are. Glad I could cool you off a little!
I do love the dogwood trees blooming in the spring
Thanks for commenting. I visited your bog and read the touching story about your daughter’s diary and your reflection on privacy.
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