We are joining Rosy this week for Nature Friday~~
Heading out, we spot a trout lily in bloom underneath our pine tree~
Molly, your blooms are all so beautiful. Dogwood is of course the best.Toodle-oo!Nobby.
She hid your ball!!Looks like a very beautiful day!!Love all the blossoms of Spring. And YOU, Molly.
Everything looks gorgeous around your house. We have never seen poison ivy but it is around here too. Hopefully we will never meet any up close.
Hari OMSimply gawjuss... but as for the 'ball fruit' - that was a tease! Hugs and wags, YAM-aunty xxx
Mom is making all sorts of 'those' faces at your beaWOOtiful plant life!We've got showers and clouds back - so off to breakfast we'll go!Happy FrEYEday!Willow
Trout lily? OMDs Molly it is gorgeous. Is it a wild flower or one that was planted. What a fun nameThank you for taking us on your garden trek. OMDs the wind here over the last 2 weeks has beencrazy!!Love you LotsCecilia
You have lots of spring this morning, Miss Molly. It's all beautiful, but your even more beautiful.Have a woof woof day and weekend. My best to your mom. ♥
You sure found some pretty blooms sweet Molly, well, except for that poison ivy stuff!
Beautiful flower photos but I like you the best Molly ~ great combo ~ You and. Spring flowers ~ xoWishing you good health, laughter and love in your days,A ShutterBug Explores,aka (A Creative Harbor)
It's so nice to finally see the fruit trees bloom!
You sure have lots of beautiful blooms around you, Molly. We hope you got that ball out of the tree.
Hi friend, Ojo here! So much happy nature! But you look the happiest of all!!
I love your crab apple flowers.
Lulu: "Such pretty flowers!"Charlee: "Our Dada says 'Leaves of three, let it be'!"Java Bean: "What does that mean?"Chaplin: "I think it's a Beatles song."