Day 3 of the Slice of Life Challenge. And folks, I guess they don’t call this month MARCH for no reason. Get up, get moving, KEEP moving, lather, rinse, repeat. Because, as many of you know, Life likes to work that way.
So I’ll leave you with a couple of images from my latest walk: SIGNS of SPRING. I hope you find them as delightful and fortifying as I did.
Until later, my friends.
21 thoughts on “Slice of Life Day 3”
I love those bright blooms bursting forth. Although we’ve not had much snow here we’ve had a lot of rain. These flowers make walks a little nicer.
Thank you. And…Anna Maria! It’s so very good to see you back again!
I loved this sliver of a slice AND I love spotting signs of spring after the darkness and dull colors of winter. Thanks for sharing!
Thanks! It’s been an annual tradition in our house – so much so that I may or may not have texted one of these photos to my son…
Those yellow flowers made my heart sing. Thanks for giving me hope that Spring will actually be here soon.
Thank you! I always love these sweet little early messengers. =))
The yellow beauties remind me of a poem I read in my childhood.
Ah the spring then!
ooh! What poem?
Love these harbingers of what is to come. Our pussy willow is in full bloom. Daffodils are up a good three inches. We can see the beginnings of what will be leaves on our trees.
Wow! Yes, around us the pussy willow is budding, but the daffodils have yet to poke up. I love that I can set my calendar by the forward motion of spring through its flowers.
Thank you for giving permission to do this thing a little differently. “Text” can be so much more than words. Images open up possibilities in ways that can be genuinely invitational. The woods near my house are growing fragrant with a wild garlic that appears at the beginning of spring. Your charming yellow flowers would be great companions.
Thank YOU for that acknowledgement.
Come to think of it, I’d love to see some photos of those woods near your house…even if I can’t smell them across the miles.
I am thinking of Nature’s myriad lessons in patience and endurance. Here the redbuds and dogwoods are blooming riotously and we’re all coughing on pine pollen (one of the worst places in the U.S .for it). These tender yellow blossoms look to me like hope materialized. We need spring for just that reason!
Gorgeous! We are awaiting a winter weather episode over here. 🙂 So lovely to see the earth sending beauty in various forms.
We are not seeing signs of spring in central PA. Indoor recess this afternoon and brushing the slushy snow off my car. We started “spring” break today:)
This is yellow joy! I just read a post that said crumbs were good too. Slivers…crumbs…slices…they all count!
The view from my kitchen window. No spring here for a while. Just grateful that DST is approaching.
Yes, me too! I’m just glad and grateful that days are getting longer and (just a wee bit) warmer…
This is just what I needed today! (We had a few inches of very wet heavy snow overnight–spring seems very far away!)
March always brings a special spring to my step. So very happy to “lather, rinse and repeat” SOL with this rejuvenating community again.
I’d agree! And as challenging as SOL, I do enjoy the practice of writing alongside others.