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  1. We've had a cool couple of days as well. But only just the tiniest drop of badly needed rain. When the sun came out this afternoon I found myself just basking in it. So clear and no dust. Heaven. So I know just what you mean about getting out there to enjoy it when the sunny bit of spring comes around.

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  2. I read your blog on my Google reader, and so my presence isn't always noted by clicking on the page or leaving enough comments...but, I do send that gratitude you express for us...right on back to you.

    I am so thankful for you! :)

    Sending you warm vibes, friend...it's already hot down here. Only gonna get hotter, too.

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  3. Oh Susan, I hope that it finally will become warmer at your place. Still snow and cold - that's not pleasant. I'm sending some warmth your way!!

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  4. lovely photo of this bird...which one is that? my husband is talking about putting a birdfeeder near the window that I look out of alot lately..It's been a bit warmer here in CT. The warm sun is welcome here. Is the image on your banner your view from your home?

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  5. LeAnn, I know what a big deal no dust really is down there!!

    Hey Cam, hope it just stays hot with no more bad storms in your part of the world and y'all have a great summer.

    Maybe it's working, Carola! Now they're saying we will have 60's the rest of the week!!

    Linden, I hope I can let you know about this little guy soon as I find out, first time we've seen him. A bird feeder by your window would be one of the best things your husband could do!! Yes!
    That photo in my banner I took when I first started my blog last year and we were living in El Paso ... the one on my button is at Garden of the Gods right here where we are now.

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  6. Love the picture and so glad to hear that spring is just around the corner for you. We currently have a stubborn cardinal at war with our windows. lol

    Have a great day!

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  7. susan ,, i am sure the sweet bird is thinking the same ..hurry warm days~

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  8. What a sweet little tweetie bird, Susan. I have a friend who lives in Denver, so I know about your weather. We had a couple weeks of unseasonably warm weather but temps are back into the 40s with night frosts. YET, we do know the warmer/hotter days will come. Does it seem to be taking longer than normal this year???

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  9. So relieved to hear you're finally experiencing first signs of spring!! And - what a sweet little hopeful image!!!

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  10. What a gorgeous bird. I can't believe you're still having snow. That is just too long. Hope the sun stays out!

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