The title of this blog comes from a Gaelic expression -"putting on the poor mouth"-which means to exaggerate the direness of one's situation in order to gain time or favour from creditors.
Roll on the slush and mud, yes, the loss of our beautiful snowy winter.
When? When? And where?
I can't grow flowers here in Arizona because I forget to water them. I'm jealous! I can manage a few wild daisies and marigolds and that is about it. But the blooming cacti are awesome.
Waaaaaaaaaah!! I won't be seeing any of those in my garden until late April, or even May... alas!
I know a few of those...oh, the flower! Yes, that is what it is. Pretty. Hope to see them SOON! I don't do winter...
Taking this as another promise, again off I spring [sic!] - snow's calling for another shovelling session.
Only the finest hot anhter action here Beakerkin!Keep posted for more lascivious floer photo here Claudia!I bet the catus flowers are amazing PoutyAh well it will be worth the wait KnatoleeDefinitely Sandy!Here;s hoping the shovelling wont be for longI;ll take the mud over snow any day James!
just beautiful :-)
Very pretty :-) I saw snowdrops on Saturday :-)
Thanks Sally.. Spring is springing CHerie!
great contrast between the black and yellow
Gorgeous. Soon, soon. Maybe for St David's Day, 1st March.
That would be perfect Liz!
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