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Thursday, March 3, 2016

Almost Time for a Day in the Park!!!

The weather is still amazingly mild -- even if it is SO wet!! I've never seen so many plants and flowers blooming this early and that much of this RAINY season I won't complain about!!
But, still no complete fix for my computer, but I’ll do what I can and play on!!!
Wishing all of you a lovely day!!


Barb said...

Sylvia, my goodness - what kind of tree is that with the bumpy bark? Computer woes are the worst.

Jo said...

Oh wow, Sylvia. What an amazing tree that is on the left. Sorry about your computer problems. I hope they're sorted soon. Have a great day [in that park!] Greetings Jo

TexWisGirl said...

beautiful tree!

Betsy Adams said...

So sorry about your computer problems. Hope you can get it fixed soon. Very frustrating I'm sure!

Can't wait for spring here. I too am ready for a walk in the park --when it warms up and things start blooming.


Michelle said...

A beautiful shot. Computer problems are always frustrating!!


I apologize for taking so long to come by and visit. It's been a busy week, and I'm up early to sit at the computer today before another day begins and I won't have much time!! Thanks for dropping by this week.

This is absolutely stunning. Of course, I know, that sounds like a 'broken record' coming from me, but it's true.

I do hope, as I try to play catchup with your posts, that you have found a new computer or got your previous one repaired. It isn't fun once we're addicted, right?

sillygirl said...

With your problems there I'm just happy you are able to put something up on your blog! Are we both lucky?

Mama Zen said...

Pretty shot, Sylvia!

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Oh I'm so sorry that you're still having problems Sylvia, please don't give up!

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

So pretty ...I think we all share your computer grief. "Darn computers, you can't live with them, but you can't live without them". Hang in there.

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