Water droplets have settled just right on this green tulip leaf.
Chives have already grown in the one flower pot out on the back patio, ready for picking.
I think I have read Anne of Green Gables 3 or 4 times and have gone through the entire “Anne” series a couple of times. A wonderful story by L. M. Montgomery.
One of my favourite pair or earrings are these Green Butterfly ones.
Sitting by the fence, this green watering can is ready to be made useful and water some Spring flowers.
A sure sign that green Spring has sprung is sugar flowing from the trees. Okay, usually it’s from maple trees and this is a white birch. It had been dripping sugar for a number of days after a branch was cut. It got below zero last night and it froze, making for the icicle-like formation of the dripping sugar. A sugarcicle!
Water droplets cling to some green grass after a downpour the night before.
Well, the theme of this month is “All Things Green”, and my eyes are green. So here is a photo of one of them!
Another sure sign that green Spring is coming is the “Spring Cleaning” of the gardens.
I took this with my brand spankin’ new camera I got today using the Super Macro mode! Loving that mode!
One sure sign that green is on it’s way, or already here, is the sight of robins.
Every year around this time, this milk jug makes it’s appearance in the backyard after being shut up in the shed for the Winter.
Sit awhile in the backyard and take in the green, Springtime view.
Discovered this pretty purple crocus growing in the front lawn. Looks like a squirrel has done some gardening!
With Spring only a few days away, clover makes it way through the grass.
I have had this Leprechaun pin since I was a little girl and what an appropriate time to share it with everyone than today, St. Patrick’s Day. I have added a touch of green to the photo as well for fun.
Continuing on with the green theme for this month, and with the photo from yesterday is this green paperclip. Not all that exciting, but green, nonetheless.
Not much to say about a green paperclip holder, except that it’s green and holds paperclips. And it fits into the “Everything Green” theme for the month on March!
I snapped this photograph early yesterday evening. It reminds me of Angel Wings and how God protects us, His children.
I received this candle holder a while back along with some candles. It is one of my favourites.
Be green indoors even when it isn’t outside with a small cactus. Easy to take care of and makes for a lovely and interesting addition to any room.
OThis keychain was made by a lady raising funds for a missions trip to Ukrainian. I thought it was so cute that I had to get it. And the money went to a great cause.
One easy way to be green is to recycle.
Sweet dreams, everyone… Okay, so it was early afternoon when I took this photo today so, have a nice day dream or two.
Some green grass pokes it way through the snow.