I hope your Easter or Passover was wonderful.
Sonoran Desert Spring
There’s just something about Spring. After a long winter where the landscape lies dormant… then all of a sudden the landscape begins to blossom. Spring has Sprung. I love it!
The Sonoran desert Spring temperatures have begun to warm up. It was a longer then usual winter here, cold and damp. Finally, we are able to enjoy the perfect temps that we are known for. This is the best time of the year to visit the Southwest as it is in all its glory. It’s warm and colorful! Many people tend to travel here at this time of year… to enjoy what we already know and love.
This is the time to slow down and surround yourself with nature. Not only are the wildflowers blooming but the cacti are beginning to share in the fun as well.
Our Backyard Gardens
Just like the wild areas of the desert that continues to burst into a myriad of colors so does our backyard.
And since I am sharing the pink in our yard… Our Queen Elizabeth rose has begun to bloom.
I hope you are able to get out and feel the warmth of the sun on your face and let the sounds of nature encompass you.
“Let us dance in the sun,
wearing wild flowers in our hair.”
~ SUSAN POLIS SCHUTZ
Blogger Meet Up
Speaking of roses… I met up with these lovely gals.
Bottom picture: Back Row: Nancy from TwoTrailsOneRoad , Teri from Second Wind Leisure Perspectives, Marsha from Always Write Blog, Ingrid from Live Laugh RV, Jodi from Jodi’s Touch of Style, and Janet from This, That and The Other Thing.
We laughed, giggled and chatted the whole entire time we were together! So happy to have them all be new Gal Pals! Jodi’s, Teri’s and Marsha’s husbands came as well. It was wonderful to meet them too! We all hope to get together in May!
As I always try to convey… we sure do appreciate all of you. Thank you for joining us for another Tuesday Tidbits.
Wishing all of you a wonderful week ahead. Enjoy what this upcoming week brings to you. And whatever you have planned… make every day count and be thankful for your Blessings. Stay safe out there my friends!