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Sunday, March 18, 2012

Evidences of Spring~Mosaic Monday

~This daffodil pierced the brown oak leaf~

From ferns starting to green and fill in along the banking to vivid green moss growing on a rock wall to a muddy drive or daffodils and peonies coming through the hard earth, even a lone iris spiking up through the icy snow, spring is on her way. And, believe it or not, she is early. Is spring early in your corner, too?

Linking with Mosiac Monday at Mary's Little Red House, come visit. If you've never participated,  please consider it. It is a lot of fun!

Love Vee

41 comments:

  1. Great mosaic Vee. It's very springy here this weekend too. The crocuses came up and bloomed today! Water is flowing everywhere under the warm sun. Have a great week!

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  2. I just put my mosaic up, too and you answered my last question! heehee! You are THAT good! Enjoy your evening! We have a Downton Abbey DVD to watch! YAY!!! ♥♥♥

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  3. Spring is getting very showy here in her new frock of green sprigged with kinds of flowers, will be sharing soon. So glad to see that you are thawing out there!

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  4. Hi Vee!

    Your Spring pictures are so pretty - new green shoots, stretching up their little hands, reaching for the sunshine!

    We got about 2 inches of snow this morning, but by the time we were out of church, it had mostly melted away. This is typical weather for Idaho - we could have snow until May!

    Hugs,
    Barb

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  5. Your mosaic is lovely!
    It's definitely springtime in south Texas. Everything is green and the wildflowers are beautiful......

    Looking at the previous post on Joyce Meyer...she's wonderful!

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  6. Spring coming looks wonderful in your neck of the woods Vee...

    Spring has sprung here....today it was 78. The weeping willows are leafing our..my lilacs have leaves and the dogwood are blooming!

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  7. I love to spot signs of Spring. It snowed here this morning. It's all gone but it was strange for us to have snow in March. Have a great week Vee!

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  8. Glad to see spring is poking into your neck of the woods too, even if it is through a bit of snow - it's on the way! Nothing like a change in seasons to put a little "Spring" in our step. If I know you, it just means another project. Run John, HIDE!! xoxo :O)

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  9. Nice mosia, Vee, even you are seeing spring! Spring is so early and so fast here we wonder if we will have less pollen (hope, hope).

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  10. Hi Vee, when I see snow melting, I relate it as a transition to Spring!

    The new sprouts of daffodils will bring forth beautiful blooms!

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  11. Hi Vee, It's more like summer here. We jumped from winter (season, we really didn't get any cold weather to speak of) to summer. Today's high was eight-five degrees. My daffodils have come and gone and the azaleas are full bloom. Dogwood trees are so beautiful. You have much beauty to come. Love your mosaic.
    Happy Spring Vee.

    ~Emily
    The French Hutch

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  12. Love your Spring mosaic. It's slowly starting to peek through here, I see my Daffodil's are beginning to come up. I can't wait!

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  13. I love your pretty mosaic, Vee.
    Spring is about on time here. By March, things start poking their little heads up from the earth.
    Here, our springs are mostly unpleasant...lots of wind and always dust in the air. I dread it every spring....

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  14. I am so loving these beautiful mosaics of the start of spring. We are into autumn here with the last hot days of summer lingering.
    Spring is such a beautiful time of year with the little new shoots and buds opening.
    have a wonderful week, and thank you for stopping by my blog to say hi.

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  15. Your photos in this mosaic are a lovely peek at spring! Spring is eary here too. It is exciting to be seeing pops of color. It seems that every time I go outside, something else has changed. We have trees that are bursting with buds, some already with blossoms. Such a beautiful season, spring.

    I think my favorite is the iris coming up through the snow. Or is it the that intriguing shot of the daffodil that is growing through the autumn leaf? Hmmm...

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  16. That is "early" (not eary)...because I am compelled to correct...

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  17. It's nice to see your area awakening form Winter slumber, Vee!Spring has really come earlier here in NYC than ever here.
    It was still pretty barren in Colorado, however. Very few buds on the trees and the grass was all brown. The weather was nice there so I'm sure it won't be long. Happy Mosaic Monday!

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  18. Great mosaic welcoming the spring.

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  19. Beautiful mosiac, Vee! (I will have to check out Little Red House)...spring is definitely early here ~ 70s-80s the past two weeks, with another week of the same forecast...I just hope we don't have a cold snap in April to disrupt things!
    Have a great week!
    Anne ♥

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  20. beautiful mosaic :) thanks for stopping by!

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  21. I seem to be leaving the same comment everywhere this morning but it is true 'Hurrah for Spring'

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  22. I absolutely love the pictures you chose for this mosaic. How lovely to see so much growth. Spring is wonderful!!

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  23. Wonderful mosaic, Vee. Always fun to see the little sprouts pushing up through the soil. I often ask myself what I planted !!!!!

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  24. Love your Mosaics...I need to learn to do that!!! Spring is here for sure, but I still expect our annual Easter Snap!
    hugs
    Sandi

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  25. She has arrived at my place and she is very welcome. Hope you have a wonderful week:) Jen

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  26. We are all so ready to welcome those first signs of spring! It doesn't sound like there is much spring happening in the Pacific Northwest these days. I'll find out when I get home...in the wee hours of tomorrow morning.

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  27. Isn't it lovely to say goodbye to winter and hello to spring. Lovely images of the changes. V

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  28. Beautiful mosaic Vee. Isn't it amazing how warm it has been? I put another announcement about your party on Wednesday. Been thinking about what I might post.

    Can't wait.

    Karen

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  29. Hi, Vee
    Don't you just love the early signs of spring? Granted, it's rather warm for this time of the year, but that could all change at a moment's notice.
    -Karen

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  30. We are actually having chilly weather here while the Canadian prairies are having a heat wave. Go figure.
    The north american weather map hasn't looked like this for decades.
    Your daff pushing through the leaf...is fantastic.

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  31. Spring is certainly here in MD and I'm loving it.

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  32. Spring is right on schedule where I live. I always say "it's about time!". I'm glad that it is arriving at a steady pace.

    Lovely montage!

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  33. Spring is here too and it is to be nice and sunny all week.
    The muddy drive is a reality at this time of year, so are muddy paws.
    Judith

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  34. "Spring makes its own statement, so loud and clear that the gardener seems to be only one of the instruments, not the composer"
    ~Geoffrey B. Charlesworth

    Your signs of spring are so beautiful. You must be so excited to have melting snow and new life springing from the ground. =)
    It's strange that we live a whole day's drive away yet we are in full bloom! Dogwoods are open, azaleas are full, and pollen has dusted my van yellow. It's been in the 70's and 80's for two weeks now!

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  35. It's a beautiful day here in Midcoast Maine and signs of spring are poking up from under the brown leaves. Like your photo collage! ~ Abby

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  36. Always nice to see the earth waking up from it's winter rest and your mosaic illlustrates this so beautifully. I like how that daffodil pierced right through the oak leaf. It means business!
    Your new spring header is very nice too.

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  37. Lovely mosaic! And yes, spring is here for us in the MidWest.

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  38. Oh yes definitely spring in the air. Lovely mosaic

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  39. Gorgeous spring coming on at your place! That's a cool shot of the jonquil pushing through that leaf.

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  40. Happy Monday Vee,

    So good to see the advance of spring in Maine.

    Just have to tell you that every time you leave a comment on my blog I grimace AND laugh at the same time. Grimace because I KNOW how much you don't like to do the word verification, which is difficult now. But, we've been spammed so much by companies we must do it. Who visits my posts to find out how to get carpeting installed for a good price?? Really, the audacity. We get hit by phone calls during dinner, we're now getting phone calls for solicitations on our cell phone, and to top it all off on the blog too.

    Love,

    S

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Thank you!

DB