Wednesday, February 27, 2013

Hurry Spring: My Patio Awaits


 "I'll make coffee"


 The robins are ready
 
Now, back to my neglected novel. 
Time to write!!!

Copyright 2013 © Sharon Himsl

13 comments:

  1. What a chubby robin. I can hardly wait for spring to arrive. 3 week from today is the official start but I wouldn't argue if it wanted to sneak in just a bit early.

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    1. Chubby and porking out on those berries on the bush :) Thanks for stopping by, Jai.

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  2. Love the photo of the robin. What a chubby little cutie!

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    1. Thanks, Wendy. I LOVE the birds this time of year.

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  3. Sweet little bird . . . We're in Florida, have been since around midnight on Monday. It's chillier up North where we are (Appalachacola; Panama City) than I wish--saw the beach, but no wading in it. Saw some manatees, alligators and huge numbers of native birds at a wildlife preserve. We're off to Tallahassee in the morning, and then will drive down to St. Petersburg and Tampa tomorrow afternoon. We need to be in Orlando again on Friday afternoon. (We flew into Orlando originally, rented a car (a convertible!)). Will return home a week from tomorrow (Thursday). Get back to work, Sharon. : )

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    1. Wow, what a fabulous trip. I think I'm jealous. Can't wait to see the pictures when you return. Thanks for thinking of me, Cathy!

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  4. Hi Sharon,
    I nominated your for the Liebster Award over on my blog.
    = )
    Jai

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    2. Thank you, Jai! I plan to do a follow-up soon:)

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  5. I love your photography! Good luck with your noval - see you in A to Z!

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  6. Thanks Diana for the encouragement. And with weather as pretty as it is lately, photos are hard to resist.

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  7. Hi Sharon. I love the pictures. Thanks for checking my site out. I live in Florida and love it, until the threat of a hurricane or tropical storm comes a callin'. My daughter is in Tacoma for a few months with her husband while he is finishes some training there for the Air Force. It's been quite chilly here this past week, but I'm sure not like there. It's a very humid cold that chills you to the bone, no matter how many layers you wear.
    Anyway, looking forward to the A to Z Challenge for another year and forging lifetime friendships with some.
    Kathy

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    1. Thanks for visiting my blog, Kathy. A friend of mine just returned from Florida and said it was quite cold. But not for long, right? I grew up in Tacoma, where it also chills to the bone--but not like here, which is quite dry. Nice to meet you :)

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