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Monday, March 8, 2010

Spring in Indiana

A cousin on SWMBO's side of the family raises bees in Indiana. He has just sent me a photo of a couple of his bees enjoying the first spring flowers there - some crocuses. It's such a beautiful photo I had to show it to you.


14 comments:

  1. Ah, there's nothing quite so lovely as Hoosier crocuses. They were my grandmother's favorite.

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  2. I remember my mother loving them in North Dakota, too.

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  3. bees, crocus, warm weather - I need that little elephant of hope you mentioned in the previous post! There's still snow on the ground in Western MA.

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  4. Pauline, dahling, you have chosen to live there!

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  5. Come on, Cat, send that warmth just a little more to the east....the snow is still melting here on the Lake Ontario southern shore and it's still cold!

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  6. I am truly sorry. Our weather here in the highlands of Arizona has been totally unpredictable. One day it's in the high 50's . . the next day it's snowing. Typical March for our area. But the 70's can't be far away!

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  7. I'm glad you shared that happy shot! It brightens up a grey and rainy day.

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  8. The Weather Person now says it will be Thursday before all this rain goes away.

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  9. If they weather was the same everyday, we'd be in Hawaii.

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