And this is what I saw today. The dead bed above is the very same green bed to the right of the blue tarp. It is truly remarkable the changes in less than 30 days and how quickly I forgot how far it has all come. We must be at least 10-14 days ahead of any other year this spring.
On Saturday we went down to the rummage sale at St. Judes - poor Kevin felt he'd been misled on the purpose for our walk - thought the rummage sale had a bake sale too - beat a hasty retreat when he realized there'd be no muffins or squares with gooey icing for him. I didn't find anything either, but did get this garden photo of a home that's across from the church.
George's Square on Trafalgar Road is under construction redoing the WWI&WWII monuments - here are some great daffs the town planted at the entry to the square.
The saucer magnolias are out - such a lovely sight. I'd love to have a picnic with the petals.
It's a boon for the makers of Claritin - everything is out at the same time. A boring street sign is transformed.
My favourite quince - the others are just a bit too fire-enginey for me.
A clematis having a good stretch.