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April Surprises

April 2, 2015

IMG_1303 (2)It’s been dreary and raining off and on all day. The forecast was for thunderstorms this afternoon, but the storms didn’t materialize. Instead, the sun broke through the clouds and steam began to rise from the streets and sidewalks. Warmth returned to the day, and I ventured outside to see what the sunshine had brought. I didn’t expect to see much more than mud, but our morning shower and afternoon sun have brought a sudden eruption of yellow surprises. Jonquils and daffodils are blooming amid a scatter of tiny blue flowers in the leaf litter of my little woodland garden. Welcome, Spring.

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