pretty in pink

March 30, 2018 @ 8:14 am | Filed under: , ,

Flew home from Virginia on Tuesday and have spent the week catching up on Everything. Catching up—and taking as many nature walks as humanly possible. Rilla and I have been casually tracking the waves of blossom here in Portland—first came the crocuses and hellebores; then the flowering plum and pear trees, with quince close behind; and now everywhere is a sea of daffodils and grape hyacinths, and the bees are tumbling in the cherry blossoms, and the first tulips are filling their cups with sky. When I left for my trip last week, Klickitat Street was a froth of pink and white, giving way now to a veil of soft green.

Why am I inside right now? Goodbye, I have to go for a walk. 🙂


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  1. Penelope says:

    Oh how beautiful, thank you for sharing these lovely photos 🙂 Happy Spring to you! Here, we are yet hovering at freezing.

  2. Penny says:

    Oh my how perfectly beautiful. As soon as the snow melts I’ll join you in tracking the flower waves!

    Happy Spring! 🙂

  3. Anne says:

    Klickitat St–THE Klickitat St, Ramona’s street?! If so, please post pics sometime.

  4. sarah says:

    How beautiful! The design of the first flower seems really quite holy in its perfection. Happy spring to you! And happy Easter 🙂

  5. Melanie Bettinelli says:

    I’m still feeling a wee bit jealous of your spring. It’s been so cold here. We’ve got a handful or crocuses which keep getting buried in the snow. And one lone daffodil so far. The tulips aren’t even thinking about buds yet.