O What A Beautiful Morning, O What A Beautiful Day

This morning as I was sitting at the table enjoying a delightful breakfast, which consisted of a blueberry bagel with cream cheese and a bowl of pink grapefruit sections, I happened to look out the window and just couldn't believe my eyes.

Snow flurries! I ran through the house calling all of the kids out onto the back porch. They began screaming, "Snow! Snow!" Of course, the flurries only lasted for a few minutes. I grabbed my camera, but all you can see in the picture below is a beautiful blue sky.

The snowflakes were quite a contrast to these lovely daffodils blooming in the garden. Just ignore the brown leaves and dead grass. :) I'm so ready for spring, but I was tickled to see the snow this morning. It's supposed to be in the low 20's tonight. We'll see how the poor daffodils fare.

Labels: ,

http://riverbendramblings.blogspot.com
~Riverbend Ramblings~
The days are long, but the years are short.
Photo Sharing and Video Hosting at Photobucket
Wednesday, February 27, 2008
O What A Beautiful Morning, O What A Beautiful Day
This morning as I was sitting at the table enjoying a delightful breakfast, which consisted of a blueberry bagel with cream cheese and a bowl of pink grapefruit sections, I happened to look out the window and just couldn't believe my eyes.

Snow flurries! I ran through the house calling all of the kids out onto the back porch. They began screaming, "Snow! Snow!" Of course, the flurries only lasted for a few minutes. I grabbed my camera, but all you can see in the picture below is a beautiful blue sky.

The snowflakes were quite a contrast to these lovely daffodils blooming in the garden. Just ignore the brown leaves and dead grass. :) I'm so ready for spring, but I was tickled to see the snow this morning. It's supposed to be in the low 20's tonight. We'll see how the poor daffodils fare.

Labels: ,

12 Comments:
Blogger Mrs.B said...
I am sick. to. death. of. snow!!! I wish I could see some daffodils blooming. Of course that might be a lot easier without the 6 inches of snow on the ground from earlier this week. (o;

Usually I enjoy winter but it has been such a loooooong winter this year. Soooooo much snow and wind chills below zero for too many days to count.

But I am happy for you and I will just have to be patient. By the middle of summer I'll be longing for cooler days. he he he, we're never happy are we? (o;

Blessings,
~Mrs.B

Blogger Kelli said...
How funny to get snow while the daffodils are out! They sure are pretty and I'm waiting for my grass to turn green too!
Hugs,
Kelli

Blogger Mishel said...
Awww, snow! I love it--any time of year. : )

Blogger Susan P. said...
Mrs. C, I just love the last picture ~ my very favorite flowers against a bright blue sky! God is indeed a marvelous artist, isn't he?

Blogger C.H. said...
Hey Mrs. C,

Thank you for sharing your beautiful site with me.. it is great catching up with things.. I also am sick of snow.. it is 6 months of winter here where I am at.. 9 inches of snow on the ground now.. But, God is still good!!

take care, C.H.

Blogger HsKubes said...
Thank you for sharing your beautiful photos of your beautiful morning. We are ready for spring, too, but if it snowed we would rejoice! ;o)

Thank you, too, for your prayers. ;o)

~ Christina

Blogger Mommy said...
It's kind of cold here too. Those daffodils are soooo pretty!

Blogger Jacki said...
Same thing is happening here....the temperatures barely get above freezing, yet our tulips are starting to peek out. Crazy!

PS - Thanks for stopping by again!

The pictures are beautiful a Promise of Spring. The daffodils are a favorite, I mean is there really such thing as a FAvorite flower....such beauty, thank you
Deby

Blogger Arlene said...
Well, I am a bit envious of your lovely weather, but I know our turn will be coming soon!

Actually, my husband just found out that he is being sent on a 3-week-TDY in April for some training in Atlanta! He says that Caleb and I can come with him, so we could be enjoying the scenery in the Peach State very soon, too. I guess my question to you is... how far away are you from Atlanta? :~D

Blogger Sarah said...
Beautiful pictures, what a beautiful morning indeed!

Blogger Pam said...
Contrast indeed!
I just love those gorgeous daffodils!

Post a Comment

Note: Only a member of this blog may post a comment.

Links to this post:
Create a Link