Sunday, February 28, 2010

~ THINGS ARE STARTING TO GREEN UP~

Things are starting to "green up" in the hill country..and we saw
our first ROBINS yesterday too.
Rose

6 comments:

Peridots Garden Blog said...

Dear Rose,

How beautiful!

Just the other day, I went to our back door, looked out and saw Robins! Probably 15 to 20, at the bird bath, in the puddles, pecking away at the winter grass. I ran for my camera, opened the door and POOF! They were gone!

Do they migrate? This is not a usual happenstance for my part of Texas...or at least I've never seen more than one at a time.

XO

Sandy

Susan said...

My tulips are coming up in flower garden!! Your picture is beautiful.

EVA AGNES said...

Oh, a robin... I really, really envy you.
Have a look at my photoshow and then you can honestly say that living in Sweden isn't a favorite always...:-)
About the music sheets I went over to my friends house and got some nut nothing as beautiful as that one.
I have one equal framed on my wall which I might take down and copy.
Will you pkease give me your e-mail so that I can send some of the sheets to you.
Hugs Eva Agnes

Rose ~Victorian Rose ~ said...

EVA AGNESS...yes my addy is :-
victorianrose07@gmail.com
That funny little symbol after the 07 is the "at" sign.
If you would make a copy of that one on your wall..I would LOVE, LOVE, LOVE it.
I am on my way over to you blog again...but
I had posted a comment on your blog too earlier today.. but can't rmember WHICH blog. I think it's the one with that BEAUTIFUL DOG pictures in it.
I'm sorry, I do not have your addy either.

I WANT TO THANK YOU, Rose

oldgreymare said...

I miss Robins. Growing up in PA they were as prolific as the pigeons are here. We had a wayward robin here one winter ( probably did not have good GPS) that hung out in the back yard for several days. Of course we also have few worms so he moved on quickly and I have never seen another. sigh

the memories of some things never seem to fade, like the anticipation of spring.

Suzan

Rose ~Victorian Rose ~ said...

I know, we had more robins in Indiana each Spring...than we ever see down here anymore.
Don't know what is happing to all of them.
IF YOU see a robin in your area...report about it..or better yet, take a photo of it and post it on your blog..it will make a lot of people happy.

Rose