Tuesday, March 12, 2013

It's that time of year

The primroses have started blooming. I thought you'd want to know. There will be more photos.

Primroses blooming in our yard. We had rain during the night and there were still drops on the flowers when I took the pictures.

We're still trying to wrap our heads around the roof issue. You see, it leaks when we have very heavy rain. It's only happened a few times in the ten years we've been here, but that's still too much. So we have a roofer coming to evaluate it again.

10 comments:

  1. I saw some this colour on the roadside by your hedge when we visited the other day.

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  2. Beautiful. We had this filling a bed in front of our house in San Francisco. (Maybe you saw them when you walked by.)

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  3. Lovely primroses surely mean that spring is definitely on its way.

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  4. Wish primroses bloomed wild in Alabama- love them so much!

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  5. Purple primroses remind me of my grandfather's garden in the 1950s. Happy memories! Pauline

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  6. Wild primroses smell nice too. Happy colors!

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  7. I love primroses, cannot believe that spring is actually on its way!

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  8. It's going to be 90 degrees here - 'that's spring' here !

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  9. Didn't you already pay to have the roof fixed? You should demand they return and do the job correctly. Or refund your money!

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