Monday, April 15, 2019

Our World, My World


Happy Monday everyone!

Spring has sprung in my neighborhood and yard. Our first blooms to see are the daffodils. We are seeing lots of new buds on the trees and our forsythia is about to bloom. 




I was thankful for my hubby doing some spring cleaning in the yard and pond. The frogs will be happy that the leaves were removed. Living next to the forest, we have way too many leaves in our yard. I saw about 5-6 frogs in our little pond. One day I saw the frog eggs floating on top of the pond.



The Carolina Chickadee has a nest in our side yard, they were fussing at me one day when I walked past to get our mail. 



The Great Blue Herons are adding to their nest, I guess to make it sturdier! 




Thanks for your visit today!  I hope you enjoyed my post and photos.


Thanks to Angie the host of  Mosaic Monday

Thanks to LadyFi  the host of Our World Tuesday!




Check out the links above, I hope to see you there. Thanks to the hosts today. Enjoy your day and new week.


As always I thank you for stopping by and as always I appreciate your comments.

57 comments:

  1. ...I was out in the rain yesterday and saw a lot of daffodils, happy spring to you.

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  2. Hello,

    Beautiful images of the daffodils! They are so pretty. The frogs are laying eggs in my pond too later on. It's still covered with snow.
    Happy new week!

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  3. Lindas flores e adorei ver o alce e demais fotos! Ótima semana! beijos, tudo de bom,chica

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  4. The birds are wonderful as always, but you can probably guess that today it is your daffodils that are making me happy. I love these beauties so much and do not see them at all these days.

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  5. love the frogs and would love to live on edge of forest. our rain barrel the frogs are doing their thing. as soon as they do I am aborting the eggs.. no more frogs or tadpoles in the rainbarrel….

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  6. Your shot of the chickadee reminded me I haven't filled my feeders.

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  7. Glad to see herons are making more to their nest, it does look a bit insecure at this point. You soon will have tadpoles to add to your zoo!

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  8. No daffodils here yet but hopefully if we get some warm weather we will see some soon!

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  9. Wonderful springtime... I enjoyed the description and captures.
    Happy MosaicMonday

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  10. I am always amazed at how fragile heron nests are.

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  11. the daffodils are so pretty and what a gorgeous image of the heron!!

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  12. Last year was the first time I saw blue herons in a tree. It was fascinating to watch them.

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  13. Eileen - we have Montana spring-time weather today. One moment sun, the next a blizzard of flurries! So I got a kick out of your daffodils and the fact that you have already seen frog eggs. They sure didn't waste any time! Thanks for linking to Mosaic Monday, my friend!

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  14. The blue herons are usually seen in the water here. The one in the tree is beautiful.
    The flowers are very pretty to see. Nice images, Eileen and have a wonderful day and new week.

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  15. caught a bullfrog tadpole with a group of kids yesterday. Peepers are out here more

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  16. Lovely spring images, Eileen. Have a great week.

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  17. Golden colour, a lovely shade to herald in the bulbs of spring. The Great Blue, a stately bird, and needing a bigger nest maybe.

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  18. The daffodils are pretty. I always love your great heron pictures.

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  19. Daffodils and chickadees are everywhere in my world but frogs seem to hide out and are a little more difficult to spot. It would be nice to see more them here. :)

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  20. Beautiful flowers and colors..
    Spring is marvelous!!! Cheers

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  21. You have so much going on...and beautiful daffodils!!

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  22. so beautiful pictures
    happy spring to you

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  23. I have a few daffs but oh my! Yours are glorious. One of my favorite flowers!

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  24. Your daffodils look wonderful.

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  25. Hello Yellow! I've been enjoying daffodils too!

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  26. All your flowers are lovely, and the other photos are really neat. Thanks for sharing them Eileen and have a great week.

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  27. The flowers especially are very beautiful. Thanks for sharing.

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  28. Beautiful daffodils, wish they lasted a bit longer.
    Great picture of the heron.

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  29. Awesome yellow daffs!~That's a huge frog! Today we watched a bluebird pair audition a possible nest spot in one of our Plastic Gourds...maybe, they seemed to stuffing it with bits of things...

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  30. These Spring flowers sure bring back memories of my childhood. We always had lots of them in the flower beds, doubles and yellow and white ones too. It was more like Spring here today so we hiked! Enjoy your week sweet friend!

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  31. The frogs are really croaking these evenings! I wonder how many we have around our pond? Love your daffodils and the birds that visit you.

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  32. Sure are pretty daffodils
    Coffee is on

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  33. Spring...at last! Thanks for sharing.
    A great holy week to you!
    (Happy frogs!) ;)

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  34. Love seeing the Heron on its nezt and I think you are going to have many more frogs Eileen

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  35. Me alegra ver tantos narcisos. Preciosa primavera tienes Eileen.
    Te deseo buena semana.
    Un abrazo

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  36. I like your cute little pond and the real and model critters! Living close by forest is a pleasure to invite many critters and bird. Beautiful bunch of daffodils

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  37. Chickadees are such cute little birds! Love the flowers!
    Have a great week!

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  38. Terrific shots! You're well ahead of where we are at present.

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  39. Beautiful photos Eileen, I think Mother Nature is at her best in Spring.

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  40. Superb shots. I have a soft spot for blue herons. They're beautiful.

    Worth a Thousand Words

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  41. Gorgeous floral shots ~ so colorful!

    Happy Days to you,
    A ShutterBug Explores,
    aka (A Creative Harbor)

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  42. Your spring is ahead of us, of course, but we are getting there. Many migrants have returned and are staking out territories and seeking mates. Renewal is in the air.

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  43. Hi Eileen, I sure enjoyed this post and all the photos. Your daffodils are beauties! The Blue Heron ... oh wow, I just love that shot. Thanks, as always, for sharing your blog. And thank you for your kind comments on mine. Have a happy rest of the week and take good care! John

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  44. Stunning photos Eileen, I love the miniature in at second, beautiful.

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  45. Så nydelige vårtegn med påskeliljer.
    Ønsker deg en fin påske.
    Hilsen Anne-Mari

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  46. Lovely post.
    So nice to see your daffodils and fabulous photograph of the Blue Heron.

    Enjoy the rest of your week.

    All the best Jan

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  47. Yay for Spring being in the air in your neighbourhood! Lovely daffs and cheeky little birds are very cheery!
    Wren x

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  48. Daffodils signal spring to me! We have lots of them in the mountains near San Diego. They are so cheerful and bright!

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  49. My daffodils have been blooming and the dogwood is opening up. Spring is springing all around! And isn't it fun to watch?

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  50. Gorgeous photos! Our daffodils are fading but the tulips are opening.
    I'm new to Our World Tuesday, but I hope to participate more often in the future.
    My post features a hike in the “Issaquah Alps,” Washington State, USA.

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