Oh how beautiful!
Wow, they are gorgeous!!
No pretty buds here yet so I loved seeing these. Trish, your little cutie is looking more and more like mommy I think.
Love the beautiful trees and cute Elle! :) Fun pictures to see early in the day!
How funny - it totally looks like popcorn. And what a beautiful young girl looking it all over! :--)
How beautiful! We'll soon have flowers here, I hope. And of course you're forgiven. :)
Easier to forgive the last than the first.
Love it! :)Its getting warm here, but no blooms yet! (Also, love the last photo!)
The trees are gorgeous as is the little one! Her eyes are gorgeous!
Thanks guys! I simply love the Bradford Pear trees this time of year when they're in full bloom. But they lose those blooms so quickly! The title of the post comes from a church song--though that song references Apricot Trees. "I looked out the window and what did I see? Popcorn popping on the Apricot Trees." :)
Oooh, so beautiful! Now I see what you meant the other day about the Bradford Pears. :) And Elle's lovely look of wonderment is a very nice touch!
Love the trees! Is that what Elle was looking at? Or were you dancing for her again?
*Meg - Yup! We don't get the cherry blossoms down here--only the redbud blooms (which are still gorgeous), but LOVE these bradford Pears.*Softdrink - Hmmm, perhaps Scott was dancing for her this time. Either that or she's sleeping with eyes open. I call her Stoneface...
Wow Trish! Those look like something out of a magazine!!! Gorgeous!!! And that baby of yours is the most gorgeous of all :)
Wow! We got a foot of snow last weekend and tonight it's been raining and around 35 all night... My driveway is a skating rink but your amazing photos give me hope. Spring is coming. It is. Right?And Chickpea gets cuter every time I see her!cjh
Wow! Those flowers look amazing! Are they cherry blossoms? Sadly, we don't have them here. :( And Elle, as always, looks adorable.
Those looks JUST like cherry blossoms. I didn't realize they weren't! I absolutely LOVE when the cherry blossoms come out here. They're especially gorgeous around the Reservoir, making the perfect run even better!
I LOVE the last picture! ^_^ What is there to forgive??!
Spring has sprung in your neighborhood! Yay! It's supposed to be in the 70's all next week, which is crazy for Nebraska in March. Guess I can work on the tan I didn't get in Hawaii!And, yes. You needed to post more than one picture of that sweet babe, but I'll forgive ya. ;)
Thank you guys for your comments! Sadly the blossoms are already gone and the trees are green. This early spring has me a bit nervous about the heat me might be up for this summer!The trees are not cherry--they're Bradford Pear trees, though not fruit bearing. The blossoms are white--aren't cherry blossoms pink?Les--I cry a little inside every time I think about your rainy trip. Hope you got at least a bit of sun. Same thing happened to us when we went to Oahu a few years ago (in March).
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