A word fitly spoken is like apples of gold in pictures of silver.
Proverbs 25:11

Tuesday, April 7, 2009

Springtime hooray

It was in the 70's yesterday.
I couldn't believe how wonderful it was.
We appreciate these days here in the
Pacific Northwet
(it doesn't usually last, they said we might get a light dusting of snow next week)
This picture does not do justice of Mt.Rainier
It was so clear and beautiful
ohhhhh...the beautiful forsythia

The trees are blooming everywhere


Sharon said...

Everything is so beautiful!! We are getting a cold blast for a few days, and HOPE it doesn't ruin the blooming fruit trees like it did a couple of years ago.

Mrs. D said...

Wish we had a nice mountain in the background in Illinois! Very pretty,

Mrs. Rabe said...

Beautiful! Our forsythia is blooming also!

Mt. Ranier is gorgeous Deby!

Thank you for sharing these beautiful photos.

BECKY said...

Such lovely spring photos, and Mt. Ranier is simply amazing!! Glad spring has sprung in your hometown!!

Love and blessings,

Cathy said...

Very pretty pictures, Deby...
I'm glad you enjoyed a warmer day.

Connie said...

Deby, I've seen Mt. Rainier and it is beautiful. The most gorgeous one I've seen is Mt. Shasta in northern Calif. It is as if you could almost reach out and touch it when you drive by. It is very close to the freeway and that's kind of amazing. But it looks like.....ooooh, something "majestic" I guess your could say. Rainier is absolutely stunning also.....

Cathryn said...

Hi Deby, It looks beautiful there. The mountains are beautiful - what a sight. I'm glad your spring has finally sprung. We were in the 70's two days ago. Today we have snow flurries too. It is acting like March. Blessings ~ Cathryn

Anonymous said...

Your pictures are better than Calgon! I got taken away from my cares and woes for a moment....and that was enough. Thank you so much for sharing!


Anonymous said...

Everytime I go outside I come in sniffing! The orange tree next door is blooming and it smells so good. But...it makes my nose run and eyes itch!

I have seen Mt. Ranier in the Summer. Beautiful! SO much snow!

~Jen~ said...

great pictures Aunt Deby... :) It WAS very beautiful out yesterday AND today. Yesterday Liv and I went and rode Darlynn and Buddy out on the road, and as you ride, it gives you time to just stop and think how wonderful God truely is. Hope you're doing well! Love you... <3

Maxine said...

Such beauty, indeed. It's chilly here today in the Northeast, but we've had some pretty days. Lots of rain, but needed. We need it all.

Susan B said...

Gorgeous pictures Deby, especially the one of Mt. Rainier! A lovely Spring day!

Becky K. said...

I so love the flowering trees.

They are bursting out all over. Kind of funny given that we had snow flurries today.

BittersweetPunkin said...

Oh I am so LOVING it...finally...we have had the windows open for a few days now. It's about TIME!!!!


Anonymous said...

Can you spare that 70 degree day? It has been so cold here we even had a freeze.

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Candy-Faith said...

That pink tree is so pretty :) and the mountain too!

jAne said...

Gorgeous pictures, Deby. :o)

Pacific NorthWET. Funny. hehe. Here in NorCal we're a bit wet lately. It's welcome as we're low on our rain totals.

Bless you,

Anonymous said...


Linda said...

Such Beautiful pictures Deby. Several years ago we visited my Brother-in-law in Washington. We stayed on his boat and every morning my first view was of Mt. Ranier. Just breath-taking.

Anonymous said...

Hi Deby ~

I loved the warm weather too! We do appreciate those days so much!! :) Your pictures are lovely ~ Mt. Rainier and the trees ~ everything is so beautiful!! Thanks for sharing!


50s Housewife said...

Just gorgeous! :)

La Tea Dah said...

Oh beautiful! I would love to live in the shadow of Mt. Rainier. It is always wonderful! Pretty flowering trees, too. Your season is a bit ahead of ours. . .but we aren't far behind.


Pam said...

These beautiful scenes are just another proof of God's love and His creation! They took my breath away!