How do I know it’s Spring?
The neighbors Pink Flamingo is showing off his Spring wardrobe.
The green hills are washed with white popcorn flower.
My garden has begun its succession of Spring bloom.
Perfumed with the heavenly fragrance of the wisteria.
In the open space the sheep have moved on to other pastures. But wait, they left one behind!
No, not one, there is another.
Another sign of Spring. A new born lamb. Not wanting to tire or disturb them during this critical period, the shepherds fenced the ewe and her lamb and left them for a day, allowing them to rest and bond before returning them to the flock.
I had no idea when we moved here that it would be such a “back to nature” experience. Sheep lambing 100 feet from my back door, egrets, pheasants, quail, hawks and songbirds I see or hear every day from my yard. A walk down by the pond and I can see a wide variety of water fowl. Five years here and I still find new things to wonder at!
You can find more worlds at My World Tuesday, hosted for us by Klaus, Sandy, Wren, Fishing Guy and Sylvia.