Monday, February 28, 2011

The sun is out today and above freezing!  Progress that is.
AND I spied a small flock of Red Robins!  They are early I believe,
Good news to me for Spring surly must be arriving ahead of schedule!
Oh Pretty please!


THE ROBIN is the one
That interrupts the morn
With hurried, few, express reports
When March is scarcely on.
  
The robin is the one
That overflows the noon
With her cherubic quantity,
An April but begun.
  
The robin is the one
That speechless from her nest       
Submits that home and certainty
And sanctity are best.

~ Emily Dickinson ~


May the sun be shining down upon you today!









Hugs, Mary                                                                                         


 















8 comments:

Sugar Bear said...

Spring is coming! Hurray hurray!
Karla

Auntie Bliss said...

Hi my Mary!
I love your lil lambs and want some REAL ones to take pics of/with!
Happy early spring to you :) we have buttercups in bloom! Although battered by heavy winds and rains LOL. In like a lion you know!

vivian said...

only a few more week! I shall be keeping my eyes open looking for my first robin of the spring!! I just cant wait for warm sunny days!
have a great week
vivian

Draffin Bears said...

Hi Mary,

I love your sweet poem and glad that you spied a small flock of red Robins, how lovely.
Springtime! wonderful!
Your china collection is beautiful.

Happy week
Hugs
Carolyn

koralee said...

Hi sweet friend....I always like looking for the first Robin of the year...I did spot a few in very early in the year. I think they stay all year round now.

Sending you sunshine today...it is wet...foggy and cold here...guess I will have to make my own sunshine today. xoxoxo

~*~ saskia ~*~ said...

Lovely post, sweet Mary. We do have quite some sunshine, it still is rather cold though. But I thought about sitting outside, wearing my cozy coat, and read my favorite magazine. A huge mug of hot tea will keep me warm.
Have a HaPpy haPpY weekend, may we both feel the sun on our faces (how I love that feeling!) xxxx

She'sSewPretty said...

I love robins yet we hardly ever see them here. We have lots of doves, wrens and blue jays. Send sone robins my way. LOL I hope you are having spring weather at last Mary!!

Jewellery Bijou said...

Your blog is realy great!
hugs
Dorota
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