oh how good that they were stronger than the greetings from ole man winter ;O)
Plants, flowers and all wildlife need to be tough to survive when spring weather should be warm and comforting, instead of a cold blast. Lovely golden flowers to brighten the landscape.
Yay and Shyla looks happy about it too!
Seriously snow in JUNE YIKES I would have stayed inside too.Good to see the day dawned snowlessHugs cecilia
Best Day Ever - Extra Treats Please - Stay Strong BLK DogCheers
We're glad to hear the flowers and veggies survived your snow. We don't blame you for staying in until it was gone.
The path is so pretty and her eyes match the golden flowers
I'm glad you made it through the snowstorm okay. Great shots.Have a fabulous Wordless Wednesday. Scritches to the pups. ♥
Smart woman! Glad that the veg and flowers survived.
Shyla looks very happy and beautiful. Those flowers are sure pretty too!
Beautifuls!!!!! And those blooms are pretty nice too!Kisses,Ruby ♥
I think I would have been holding my breath as well as closing my eyes, hoping there was not too much damage! Glad things survived okay :)
You couldn't bear to see it, I understand. Hope the baby birdies made it through ok, too.
We are so glad the snow came and went without sacrificing the beauty!!
Glad it is gone already so you can pretend it didn't happen.
It must be interesting to from summer to winter in summer again in a week.
We love the snow, but this time of year, it is a waste of good snow. Glad yours is gone and you can move on with summer.
Our weather has been crazy, so up and down, but I'm thankful I didn't have to see snow (I would have kept my eyes closed as well!!). :)Jan, Wag 'n Woof Pets
Love those bright yellow blooms. Summer is just around the corner.
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