Sunday, March 2, 2014

Happy B & W Jonquils

It is Black & White Sunday hosted by two of my favorite bloggers, 
and Sugar the Golden Retriever.  http://www.sugarthegoldenretriever.com/
Both of these blogs are fun, informative, and great photos!
Be sure to hop over to visit them, you will be entertained.

These jonquils looked so happy in my garden yesterday.
I wanted to share them with my friends & family 
who are still getting piles of snow. 
Stay warm & safe.



“The sun did not shine.  It was too wet to play.  So we sat in the house.  All that cold, cold, wet day.”
~ Dr. Seuss, The Cat in the Hat
Happy Birthday Dr. Seuss!



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    1. Thanks for hopping by for a visit! Happy B & W Sunday : )

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  2. What a beautiful photo!! Happy BW Sunday!

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    1. I'm glad that you stopped by. I enjoyed your B & W photo today!

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  4. Looks like spring! Great picture.

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    1. They bloom each year and tempt me to plant other flowers. We always have a freeze around Easter. I am trying to learn patience. : )

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  5. Gorgeous flowers, they look more like a painting! I love Dr. Seuss, especially Go, Dog, Go! I even wrote my own version of the story a while back with photos...of course... http://mygbgvlife.com/2012/08/27/go-emmadog-go/

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    1. I enjoyed Go EmmaDog Go and urge everyone to check it out. It is precious & beyond! I'm glad that you enjoyed the flowers. : )

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  6. Oh, those flowers are so pretty! I love the photo effect too.
    Happy Sunday,
    Oz

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    1. Thanks! They make me happy so I wanted to share them. Enjoy your Sunday : )

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  7. Just gorgeous! We have had crocuses a while now and the daffodils are finally out but no jonquils yet.

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    1. My hostas have started peeking out and a few other flowers are starting to bloom. I can't wait until Spring arrives!

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  8. Oh :-) there are beautiful. Wondering what happened to all the tulips we planted. We have lots of snow still n looking forward to see green grass soon. Happy Black n White Sunday. Golden Woofs

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    1. Thank you! I always wait too late to plant tulips. They are one of my favorite flowers. They should bloom when your snow finally melts!

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  9. Beautiful...hopefully we start to see some signs of spring before April! :)

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    1. Let's keep our paws crossed! Thanks for visiting : )

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  10. Only one word.....Spring. Have a great day.

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  11. I can't wait for spring! All the grass, and mud, and things to smell....

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  12. Wow those are sooo beautiful!! Happy B&W Sunday :)

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    1. I hope they made you smile. Have a great day!

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  13. Beautiful photo. Love the color splash!

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    1. They are always the first color to signal Spring is on its way.

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  14. Beautiful colors! Hoping that spring will come soon to those of us snowbound in the northeast!

    --Woofs (and purrs) from Life with Dogs and Cats.

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    1. All of you have had more than your fair share of snow. Stay warm during this current blast!

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  15. Gorgeous flowers!!!!! Love how you made the color pop like that!
    Happy Birthday Dr. Seuss, he was an great great man!!!

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    1. Thanks! I always thought Dr. Seuss was so much fun <3

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  16. Nice to have a little breath of spring isn't it - they are beautiful!

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    1. Thanks! Y'all try to stay dry and be safe!

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  17. Wow, flowers...........imagine that :) All we have here is white stuff

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    1. I'd enjoy a little snow, but y'all have snow overload! Have a fun day : )

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  18. Hi Y'all!

    Oh what beautiful photos! We have daffodils here and tulip magnolias, weeping cherry and azaleas are just starting.

    Y'all come by now,
    Hawk aka BrownDog

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    1. Our azaleas won't bloom until around Easter. The trees are budding. I love when the magnolias bloom.

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  19. Awesome job with that photo....the yellow and white of the flowers just jumps right out! Thanks for sharing with those of us who aren't going to be seeing flowers for a while!
    Jan, Wag 'n Woof Pets

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    1. Thanks Nola & congratulations for your awards!

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  21. Love the picture! The flowers are beautiful! I've started reading the second book and I'm loving it too!

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    1. Yay! I am so glad that you're reading it. Thank you so much. I hope we can share a laugh. Thanks for visiting!

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  22. So beautiful...those are just what I needed on this cloudy NorCal day!

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    1. That's great. They are a little taste of sunshine for a dismal day. We are dreary today too.

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  23. You combines Seuss and Black and White day.....we are very impressed! Wish it would warm up so the flowers could bloom here. Thanks for stopping by our blog, we love meeting new people!
    Marty and the Gang

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    1. Hey Marty! We once had a solid black Manx named Amos. He was awesome. It is nice to meet you.

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  24. Thank you. From one of those still buried under snow. Love Dolly

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  25. Lovely flowers. We've been having a Dr. Seuss rainy kind of day today!

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  26. Those flowers sure are pretty, thanks for sharing!

    No snow here, but we are having a bit of rain, I think it will be over soon, yay!

    I hope you're having a fun day,

    Your pal Snoopy :)

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