Although the temperature remains chilly, and the drizzle falls, there's enough sunshine and warmth to make the garden pop. I went out and collected blooms and greenery for a table bouquet - forsythia, daffodils, grape hyacinth, blue and pink hyacinth, lemon balm, lamb's ears, and feverfew made their way into my basket.
The flowers brighten up the dining room table. Walking past, the lovely sweet scent of hyacinth wafts upwards.
Easter decor is very simple. Some bunnies, a lamb and a pretty bookmark that says, "Believe."
The first bleeding hearts of the season dangle from slender stems.
Spring is here, all in a rush of blooms. Part of me wants to say, "hurry, hurry - warm up", and another part wants to say, "slow down - let's enjoy each bloom to the full before moving on to the next". Is spring lagging behind or rushing ahead in your area?
These are taken with the I-phone. Although I know my camera is in safe hands, it's not here yet. Perhaps this week, or next. Meanwhile, the phone does an acceptable job.
Linking with Mosaic Monday, hosted by Maggie of Normandy Life.