Tuesday, April 10, 2007


The last bits of snow are clinging in the shady pockets. Temperatures have been in the twenties at night, windy and still unseasonably cool during the day. The ice is nearly out on all the ponds, but a few mica-thin sheets remain. The landscape is still wearing its winter weary grays and browns.

Into all of that lingering winter, the crocuses rose up, managing to surprise us as they so often do. Can they know how much reassurance, hope and promise they stir in us?

:: Red Sox Notes:

Fenway Park Home Opener:
Boston Red Sox 14, Seattle Mariners 3

“So Good! So Good! So Good!”


Roo said...

Hey Lee - glad to see your team won.
Lovely photos of the plants coming through, all our are out now and some have even gone for another year, spring has sprung!

Pink Granite said...

Hi Roo---
Thanks for the Red Sox cheer and the good words about my photos. I am so enjoying the process of photography these days - trying to see things in a new way, focusing on the details.

At this moment in our tardy spring, I am envious of your milder climate!
- Lee