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Saturday, March 12, 2011

Spring Crocus!

Hi everyone-Happy Seasonal Sunday and Farm Friend Friday! Greetings from Philly where my first daffs have bloomed and the crocus are opening up!
St. Patrick's Day
Tis easy to tell when St. Patrick's Day is near,
The days are longer and the crocus are here.
Let's cook up some cabbage and a corned beef roast,
Pour a green beer and raise a toast!
It's a day for fun and festive green,
See you at the Blog Crawl hosted by Kathleen:@)

and always remember...
never iron a four leaf clover because you don't want to press your luck!
Have a happy day!

35 comments:

  1. That is too cute. Loved the "never press" saying.

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  2. Oh you are a funny lady. Is that an original poem? You are a writer too.

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  3. Oh how I wish I could see a flower popping out of the ground! Good point about not "pressing my luck"! LOL

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  4. "don't want to press your luck"... *snort*

    DI

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  5. Yay for crocus and daffodils!

    Lovely poem, young lassie.

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  6. Cute post Lynn. You always make me smile.

    hugs
    Sissie

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  7. My daffodils should bloom in a week! No crocus, though! How lovely!

    Love Ina!

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  8. I was just outside and all my daffodils and crocuses (croci?) are peeking through, but no blooms yet! Maybe next week. Linda

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  9. Beautiful crocus, the colour is amazing.
    See you soon for Ina's cook along.
    Maggie

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  10. Crocus make me happy- I know spring can't be too far away! :)

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  11. We don't have any daffodils yet, just crocus and snow drops. It must be just warm enough there to urge them on. Thanks for sharing.
    Cindy

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  12. How wonderful to see some flowers in bloom!! It gives me hope that spring will be here to stay very soon!!
    Jane

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  13. Hello Lynn,
    this is a very pretty crocus or are they two? But anyway, very pretty.
    What a luck you told me, not to iron a four leafed clover. Whats about ironing a lucky pig? Flat pig = more surface = more luck???
    Greetings, Johanna

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  14. Soooo fun and pretty Lynn. Thanks for the celebrity shout out and your fabulous Spring flowers, giving the rest of us hope. I'm always behind you in the garden and I'm getting excited!

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  15. I love crocus. We can't grow them here as I think our winters are too warm. Just lovely.

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  16. I hope the warmer temps this week will bring me a crocus or two soon! Winter doesn't seem to want to let go here.

    Love the poem!

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  17. Beautiful crocus and daffodils, I love the colour of it. Spring is comming rapidly! Thanks for sharing such a happy post.
    Your welcome to visit, I'll be delighted!

    XOXO
    FABBY

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  18. We are just starting to see a hint of green coming through...now flowers here yet. Love the color!

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  19. Beautiful Crocus! I will be there on the 15th! Looking forward to it.

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  20. I am so jealous of your crocus! We still have snow here. A few flakes were flying earlier today too. Love your bit of spring! I like your Celebrity Cook Along idea!

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  21. Oh, Lynn, I love you and your cute personality.
    I can't wait for the PARTY....Gonna be fun.
    Love your pretty flowers. We don't have any as yet.
    xo bj

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  22. OOh love the blue. I bought some blue pansies to plant just today. They just looked so friendly. I think they might last for several months anyway. I have had one crocus appear and it was yellow.. the others are still in bud.. Thanks sooo much for your cheerful post! Love the poem.

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  23. Very pretty! My daffodils are halfway blooming!Looking forward to seeing all the Ina recipes :)

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  24. So pretty!
    I also loved your funny little quip about ironing the four leafed clover. That must be my problem. Years ago, the husband used to find them, and I pressed them in a heavy book.

    And all these years I've been blaming broken mirrors...

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  25. Ok.....the pigs on this blog are a riot!
    Thanks for making my day!
    ;)

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  26. Crocus's mean SPRING! Yeah! Thanks for being a part of Seasonal Sundays.

    - The Tablescaper

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  27. What a welcome sign! I hope ours will be up in another week or two.

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  28. Such a cute poem--love it :) I just love crocus! We don’t want to press our luck for sure. HOpe you had a great St. Patty’s Day.
    Thanks for sharing with FFF!!

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  29. I saw our first one today too in my garden!
    Thanks for sharing!
    Leontien

    P.s. Yes never iron the four leaf clover!!!

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  30. Beautiful picture! It's truly nice to think that spring is here.

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  31. Yippee for Spring! Lovely crocus. I cannot wait for our crocus and daffodils to emerge.

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