Sunday

Sunday In Pictures

You know it's Spring when....





....the boys start digging worms to go pan fishing.









....the Forsythia seems to blooms overnight.







....the apricots start to bloom.
(Way too early this year I might add -- it's going to freeze tonight)






....the chicks get moved from the garage to their outside shed.
(The bigger ones are Cornish Cross meat chickens,
and the smaller ones White Plymouth Rocks -- layers for next year.
They are not all the way feathered out yet, so the light stays on.)







....the over-wintered geraniums have been planted.
(How I save my geraniums every year here)


.....dr momi

Linked To: Farm Photo Friday
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16 comments:

Jill said...

Wonderful post of the arrival of spring!

Mama Pea said...

We had a low of 32 last night up here in northern MN. Skim ice on the pond this morning. Our trees are only in the bud stage, not flowered out. Guess that's a good thing as we're forecast temps down as low as 22 for this coming week. Eeeek!

TexWisGirl said...

love that sweet boy w/ his bait! :)

Dog Trot Farm said...

Forsythia and daffodils a favorite spring sighting. It is a cold wet Sunday here in Maine, frost and possible snow for the coming week. I'm glad I resisted the temptation of planting my peas. A boy and a worm, is there anything cuter? Greetings from Maine, Julie.

Clint Baker said...

Them worms are good eatin, if you can get past the slim!

Michaele said...

No doubt about it now : ) Still waiting on my forsythia.

Chatty Crone said...

Love the little chicks and yes even the older one holding that - ew - worm! sandie

~Kim at Golden Pines~ said...

We've seen those same signs here in northern Virginia. But unfortunately, like you Jack Frost may pay us a visit tonight as well. I guess I need to turn the heat back on.

Mary Ann said...

We've had the air on here today, it was so muggy and hot... but clear as a bell outside tonight, with the stars shining gloriously. Have not started chicks yet, but am going to soon!

MamaTea said...

Ah spring! Like Mama Pea said, it got down to 32 here last night again so I'm LOVIN' your pictures! I do have to say the hens all found a GIANT worm in the yard a couple days ago...and your picture of boys and worms reminded me of it. :)

judy said...

Awwww,boys and worms go together like peanut butter and jelly. can't wait for the first grasshopper to be put on my shoulder or in my pocket by the grand kids---thanks for the info about the fish,now off to get ready,another long day at the VA hospital

Nancy Claeys said...

Lots going on at Redtail Ridge! Love your photos today, Dr Momi. Spring has sprung.

Candy C. said...

All sure signs of spring! LOVE the boy and his worm! :)

thomas dockham said...

MOM, spring is here... the worms are out,and its fishing time..

edenhills said...

Spring certainly has arrived. Hope your apricots don't get frozen.

NoDak Herefords said...

I enjoyed your photos, especially the boy & worm - no, maybe the flowers cuz they are spring, no ... (see I liked them all!). Spring seems to be a bit early here in northcentral NoDak too. Have a great week.