"I intend to live forever. So far, so good." - Steven Wright
Spring is definitely in the air, I see. Good to have the visual evidence to confirm it. :-)
hello king! next thing you know, allergy season will be here!
Cute little house carol P would love it
thank you, luv! built in 1941; 3 BR, 1.5 BA, just the right size for 2 humans and 3 cats.
Your home is adorable!!!!!! As you are! I don't live far, and have yet see any flowers breaking the ground, but the bud on trees are huge.
awwwwwwwwwwwwww, smooches, dearest maddie! :)
I love your house, and we, too, are seeing signs of Spring this week; the daffodils are up, the azaleas are blooming and several of the trees are flowering, too.,
azaleas? not up here! daffys are just green stalks, no flowers yet in my yard. and my house is just right for me!
Crocus up here too! :-)
:)how are the gnomes, and tar and abby?
Southeastern Nebraska budding and springing, as well. Strange doings for the first week of March.
A-HA, new friend; I see you and I have bob's "I should be laughing" blog in common!greetings from SE PA (near philadelphia).
How lovely! Spring comes very early in your part of the country!
thank you, bee goddess! the weather has been up and down the past two weeks; everything blooming is confused.
Spring is definitely here, and I love the house too. Nice to see Miss Gigi. She's a cutie!
smooches, dear! gigi is about 5 years old; she is a rescue cat whom we adopted 2 years ago.
I'm surprised Miss Gigi isn't feeling friskier in the Spring weather. Should't she be outside looking for mice?
my girls are strictly indoor for their health and safety; we have red fox in da hood, along with skunk and raccoon and possum. their "outdoors" is my sunporch. and their mice are catnip stuffed playtoys!miss gigi is ALWAYS ready to chase miss nyla around the house!
You have a beautiful looking place!
thank you dear; it needs a coat of paint (if you look at it up close). lucky for me, my neighbor across the street is a house painter!
Daffodils and tulips already starting to bloom up here, now let's just hope I can keep the dogs from eating them.
I have daffy and tulip stalks but no flowers; the local deer LOVE to eat the tulip flowers before they even open! :(
Spring has sprung?? Would somebody please tell Canada that?? hahaPlease tell your brain to puke some warm temperatures our way!Your house is cute as a button.~ Freckles
thank you, freckles! would you believe spouse and I have lived here for 17 years now?
Your house is adorable!
thank you toni; it's just right for us and the cats!
I love your house. Mountain Laurel and Cherry trees. Oh my, how beautiful. Hope to see photos of them in bloom!
thank you dear; I will post blooming photos AFTER they bloom - right now everything is on hold due to insane weather fluctuations.
I love gratuitous pussy pics. RJJS
Yay spring! Our snow drops have come and gone. The daffs are getting ready to open and the forsythia is starting to bloom.
still cold enough to confuse nature though; everything on hold this week.
I love your home. It looks like a Scottish cottage. Your lawn is pristine!JP
thank you, lil bro! round these parts, my house is called a "cape cod" style. and spouse keeps the lawn looking good in season.
I especially love those snow drops :)
they always come up first, then the crocus.
Hold that memory of Spring, it will be back again, soon.
yeah, right...we are looking down the barrel of a foot of snow on tuesday. this sucks. :(
Beautiful home! I love me snow drops. Speaking of snow...hunker down sweet cheeks!
RTG and I have lived here since 4/2000. it's just right for us and cats. 10-14 inches headed our way tonight & tomorrow! :(
Your house is charming. I love a Cape Cod!
thank you, dear! it's big enough for us and 17 years ago we could afford it.3 BR, 1.5 BA, hardwood floors, LR, DR, wood-burning fireplace in LR, sunporch off LR, kit with new appliances, 2 car det garage, .5 acre, full walk-out basement (2/3 unfinished), attic. currently appraised at $250K.