Tete a Tete!
Thursday, March 26, 2020
These mini bunching daffodils are a variety called tete a tete -- head to head.
No social distancing required!!
And they bloom so cheerfully and so profusely. Are quick to rebloom the next year in my garden if I plant the bulbs out in the fall. And I will.
My snowdrops have been joined by glimpses of bright purple crocus colour to come.
I've not only heard but seen the peregrine falcon flying swiftly through the forest behind our house. It must be the adult offspring of a previous generation: last year we missed peregrines and now they are back.
And flocking migratory robins have remembered the wealth of mountain ash berries left behind there when the last of them reluctantly departed in December.
Heading down the driveway to pick up my newspaper this morning, it was a dawn chorus of birdsong: chickadees, cardinals, blue jays, robins robins robins robins.
We cherish this world in its beauty and renewal. And WE can remain tete a tete here at Spark People!