Between Seasons …

Lenten Roses and Daffodils in the snow

We woke up this morning to a beautiful dusting of snow here in East Tennessee …and I couldn’t resist taking a couple of “between seasons” pics to share with you.

How’s the weather at your house?  Are you still snowed in … or has Spring finally arrived?
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  1. Good morning, Susan! We are still having some snowfall here. This is probably equal to the most we have had this season. Happy spring to you!:-)

    xo Nellie

  2. lovely images – but does the snow hurt the flowers? They look like they thought spring had arrived, and then the winter through in one more burst.
    Have a wonderful week. I am joining you through Mosaic Monday.

  3. No snow here on the prairie. Very cold and high winds…just another normal, never know what to expect day on the prairie. Hope the Easter bunny has a down jacket. Waiting with anticipation to celebrate the most important day of each year. Cherry Kay

  4. Oh Susan, those beautiful flowers covered in snow! I hope they survive. xo

  5. Beautiful snow-covered flowers. I live on the west coast (of Canada) and we haven’t seen even one flake this winter. Today is filled with sunshine and I was almost too warm with my trench coat. Spring is well on her way!

  6. Great pictures, Susan. I think you should title it Pathetic Pansies..with Daffy insert!;>) xo Diana

  7. Beautiful picture, Susan, and I admire your acceptance of snow this time of year. Because I yearn for warm weather year round (yet live in Ohio), last night snowfall caused a heavy heart, but its beauty in the morning reminded me to be thankful for the beauty and to have a heart of acceptance. Your Palm Sunday post was lovely–thank you.

    Thank you, too, for visiting Bunnyville. As we played with bunnies I had the opportunity to tell the oldest chickadee, Sweet Baby Love, that Easter is really about Jesus.

    Easter blessings to you and yours. ~Zuni

  8. Lovely captures, we had the snow also. Wishing you a warmer and happy week!

  9. For no special reason at all, I have always loved the look of snow on flowers. I never thought of it as a “between the seasons” thing, but that’s what it is.

  10. We’re finally seeing some sunshine up here in the Pacific Northwest, though it’s cooler than we’d like. Daffodils and hyacinths are blooming and I can see the buds on all the tulips. It’s truly spring!
    Visiting from Mosaic Monday….

  11. Oh, boy! I hope no plants were harmed! We got that 8″ a few days ago, and it’s still on the ground but melting thanks to today’s brilliant sunshine. More snow predicted for tomorrow. This seems endless!!!! 🙁