There is Hope

still....

But if we hope for that we see not...then do we with patience wait for it ~ Romans 8:25

I found these one day last week. Soon there will be blooms...i think they are daffodils, maybe crocus.
 I have not found any buds on the trees yet.  It has just been too cold.
So I'm trying to be patient.




Wishing you all a great week.

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Comments

Melanie said…
Yes, we have to patient. It won't be long. :-) Have a great week!
Linda W. said…
Hang in there! Spring is coming! I promise!
Paul said…
There's hope yet!

Nice macro pictures, be interesting to see just what kind of flower these turn out to be...
Stephanie said…
Fabulous shots, spring is coming for you.
Perfect passage for these growing bulbs---spring has finally arrived!.
Montanagirl said…
Spring is trying to make an appearance!
Linda said…
Here they come! Hooray!
Britta said…
Good morning Feli,
wonderful macro from the spring!
I like the little crocus!
Have a nice week!
Hugs Britta
Stewart M said…
Spring always seems to be about waiting and anticipation.

Nice shots.

Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne
Yes, there's alot of hope, Felicia :) They will come out for sure!
And I like your new header :))
Have a great week
【ツ】Knipsa

Gemma Wiseman said…
These shoots are like bold hopefuls springing from the earth. They look so strong and so cute.
Trace4J said…
I have some buds and I see tips of tulips.
Pure happiness..
Happy Spring!
eileeninmd said…
Lovely shoots, it is a nice sign of spring. Have a happy day!
Laura said…
They are beautiful and luminous… they will blossom soon.
John's Island said…
Hi Felicia, Seeing the buds is one of the best parts of Spring to me. Maybe it's the anticipation of the glory that's ahead. I always enjoy your photography. Thank you for sharing. John
Mascha said…
First spring signs, well captured - I think, they will stay daffodils (crocuses are very small)
Wish you a faster spring
Tom said…
I saw my first shoots yesterday. Tom The Backroads Traveller
Pamela Gordon said…
I think these are daffodils but I'm sure you will find out very soon. I can't even get around the side of the house due to the huge snow piles to find out if mine are poking through yet. I'm sure they are under the snow just waiting for it to melt away. Have a blessed week. Pam
Primitive Stars said…
Morning Felicia, have not seen any of mine yet, hope to soon.Blessings Francine.
ladyfi said…
That new growth promises spring! Lovely.
don said…
A fine picture of this plant's process. Soon you'll have beautiful flowers.
Kaya said…
They are very little but soon they will have beautiful blooms. Amazing photos!
abrianna said…
Great shoot of the shoots! If they don't get taller, these are crocuses. If they grow into a nice long stem with the flower on top, that is a daffodil.
Bethany Carson said…
Lovely to see the new growth. I really like the scripture verse.
CountryMum said…
Awesome photos. Spring is not far away.
Gosia k said…
Your spring is late in Poland is earlier
annieelf2012 said…
Maybe crocuses if it is still cold for you. Mine peaked about a month ago. Otherwise definitely daffodils. I'm cheering for crocuses.
Annesphamily said…
Oh Spring is trying to stay! We had really warm temps today nearly 75 but I see signs of green everywhere. Enjoy and thanks for these beautiful shares.
Ooops, sorry, I forgot to sign mý comment above! Hugs, Scaniatjejen
maryaustria said…
Beautiful! Spring is coming! :)
D.Nambiar said…
Lovely pictures. Finally, huh?! :)
Happy Spring!
Gunilla Bäck said…
Lovely! Spring will be here soon, but for now we got 7 cm (almost 3 inches) of sleet.
bettyl-NZ said…
It's fun and exciting to see the first signs of spring!
Spring will be there soon! I remember how excited I would be for the first green shoots, back when I gardened (when we had our home in Oregon). It would have been at least a month earlier in the year there of course...

This year, my daughter called one day in February to tell me the pussy willows were blooming and that she had crocuses (she made me homesick!).
Carver said…
Beautiful signs of new life.
Jill Harrison said…
the awakening of springs is such a glorious time of year. Enjoy!
and have a great week.
Thank you for stopping by my blog this week.
Su-sieee! Mac said…
Spring growth always amazes me. One day, nothing. The next, voila!
The View from the Top of the Ladder
Lee Ann L. said…
Awesome! I love new growth and the promise of Spring.
Soon Felicia, it will be here soon! Daffodils, crocuses and tulips poking up their leaves here too and the forsythia is about to come out into flower. Hang in there!