Jan. 14, 2009 4 Comments
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brenda minton said:
Jan. 16, 2009
you stink. Who has flowers when I have snow and zero degree weather.And why does the verification for posting to your blog have handicap access?? Do I need to avoid parking here?
Stephanie Newton said:
Those flowers have been blooming since October when we moved in. I can’t explain it.
LOL @ the verification. Park anywhere you please. This is an all access blog.
Jan. 18, 2009
Azaleas are hardy plants, and those are really beautiful.
We won’t have blooms up here in the Birmingham area for a few more weeks. The daffodils should be blooming in early February, though, if we get a nice warm spell soon.
Jan. 19, 2009
Hi Paula! I was in Birmingham for a soccer tournament last fall. It’s so gorgeous up there. I love the hills–and the trees! I’m always stunned when I see trees instead of the scrub pines and oaks we have here.
When I was a kid, my mom had an entire flower bed filled with daffodils. I always knew shorts weather was right around the corner when the daffodils bloomed.
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