Above is the BLEEDING HEARTS bush that friend, Marcia, gave me many years ago...
The TULIPS bloomed. As I've said many times, the deer (and chipmunks/squirrels) LOVE the tulips --so we quit replacing them a couple of years ago. Luckily, a few of them have survived, thanks to the Daffodils we planted next to them. (Deer don't like Daffodils!)
This is my favorite TULIP this year.... Isn't she beautiful?
One of my favorite blooming trees in Spring is the RED BUD tree....
AND--another all-time favorite is our PINK DOGWOOD.
Looking up at the Pink Dogwood from below; I love the BLUE SKY up there!!
Standing in our upper side yard, I took this picture of the deck --showing the beginning of all of our LILIES.... Oh how I love our LILIES...
Here's a close-up of some of the Lily Containers on our deck!!!!! Looking good!!! We still are having to cover them (with those black plastic bags) during Freeze and Frost warnings....I'm not sure when warm weather will get here to STAY!!!!!!
The big RED BUD and white DOGWOOD in our yard (4/15/21); One of my favorite Spring Photos this year!!!
Our FIRST Blooming IRIS of the season: Double Your Fun is her name!!!!
NO --it's not snow on that tree!!!!! That is a photo I took while standing UNDER our big White DOGWOOD tree.
WELL--enough for today!!! I hope you enjoyed seeing more of Spring from the Cumberland Plateau of Tennessee!!!! If I ever get time in my life, I'll share more of the different varieties of DAFFODILS we had this Spring. They have bloomed off and on for about 2 months this year and have been exquisite!!!
WELL---it is not over!!!!!! Next to come: Irises, ROSES, Lilies and DayLilies!!!!!!! Yeah!!!
UPDATE on my Heart Problem copied from my Facebook Post on April 8: "Praise God! Good news from my doctor this morning after a month of waiting. After an Echocardiogram (March 1st), I was first told that they saw "something they didn't like". Later they diagnosed me with a CARDIAC MASS... Well--as you can imagine, that 'mass' word scared the budooky out of me!!!! I then had an MRI (March 30). After that, my doctor did some research from my old medical records --only to find out that I have had this 'growth' on my right Atrium since at least 2018 when I was diagnosed with A Fib. They are continuing to research more--but wanted to give me 'peace-of-mind' finally... NO MALIGNANCY!!!!! Yeah Rah! As you know, I have a lot of faith --and have tried to stay positive throughout this month-long ordeal... I told my kids this morning that they aren't gonna get rid of me yet!!!!!!! HA HA!!!!! THANK YOU for your thoughts and prayers!!!! Life goes on!!!"