Tuna Casserole; Peach Blossoms — 7 Comments

  1. Now that is my idea of a tuna casserole! It is pretty much the same as mine…great minds think alike. You are ahead of us here in Victoria/Sooke B.C. Canada….we are a month behind as the weather has been brutal this winter. So much for our annual flower count which was supposed to take place in Feb. It is happening this weekend much to our sad dismay…not looking like a good start to the spring for us. But lovely to see your early blooms!

  2. The blossom all around is very pretty at the moment and it appeared so quickly. Our Mirabelle tree shed most of it in the high winds last Monday but since then purple and white violets have popped up in the grass. I am so enjoying the different seasons here.
    The start of my potager has been put on hold – we have discovered a rabbit warren under a tangle of brambles over a fallen walnut tree!

  3. Ina, we have such gray, rainy winters here the spring flowers are always some welcome color. I’ve heard that North America (or some parts) got hit hard this winter,

    kate YAY!

    Gill, I have no violets here… or last house was inundated with them. As to the rabbits – I have one in our fenced area and I can’t find where it’s living. Driving me crazy! Potager will get the first planting (onions) around April 1. The work begins.

  4. That is my kind of tuna casserole Katie. Glad you are experiencing the beginning of Spring. It is the same here.