Sunday, February 28, 2010


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


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.



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 :-
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.


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.


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 about it..or better yet, take a photo of it and post it on your will make a lot of people happy.