Tuesday, March 10, 2009

Foggy Morning

It was warm when I awoke, 60 degrees.
It was foggy.




I walked early before the temperatures dropped.
I walked in the fog.
It felt so good.



I miss my daily walk.



A flock of Robins were out.

We received 2 inches of rain over night and the ground is soft.


The periwinkle is blooming.

I picked up a fork that was laying on the street.
It will go into my basket for the found art project I am working on.




I am getting ready for March Madness.


I look forward to watching the college basketball games.



Daffodils are in bloom in my neighbor's yard.

These are already bent by the rains.




The crocuses are in bloom in my gardens.


An old man watches over the tree stump.

The temperatures are dropping.

Low tonight 19 degrees.

I have been busy doing my spring cleaning.


I am posting about the birds in my backyard

and my coming and goings on my main journal,

Q's Corner.

Come visit me there too!

I hope as Spring unfolds I will be walking more.















9 comments:

Judy said...

I love that crocus!!!!!! As soon as I saw it, I sent your address to my daughter so she could admire it too!

Wendy said...

What a bright red breast that robin has. Such a clear pic!
I too miss my walks, so I am determined to walk even a few minutes each day. My body feels sludgy. Is that a word? If not, I just made it up. Ha!

I like walking in the fog. It's so spooky. Your art project sounds intriguing.

marmee said...

how beautiful your walk after the rains. everything stands out against the fog and dampness. we too are getting cooler tonight with rain expected.

tina said...

I always enjoy your walks.

spookydragonfly said...

I share your joy in the early morning walks. A strange comfort can be found in the fog. I have seen our first Robin last week, too. Love the image of the old man keeping watch on the tree stump!

Talking To My Soul said...

The old man is the only one to have escaped the rain, Sherry!!

Lovely pictures of a foggy morning. Being here is almost like out there.


*cheers*

RainGardener said...

I enjoyed the walk with you, probably the only way I can walk very far. ;-) Thanks Oh and on your previous post the birds are great and I loved the icicle picture you took.

TC said...

Yay! March madness! It tides me over here in zone 5 till the garden dries out more. Go Cards (UofL) and Cats (UofKY)!

Q said...

Dear Judy,
Thank You!
I am so happy to see the crocus!
Spring has sprung!
Sherry