Sparks are flying around the blogosphere again today, as we join in with Alyce, At Home With Books, to showcase our Saturday Snapshots.

This week was a nice mix of indoor and outdoor activities.  In the beginning of the week, it was all indoor stuff; I curled up to read here.


Or here…


Today it was so gorgeous out, that I had to capture the beautiful outdoors.

There are several trees dressed up in blossoms on my street.


And right outside my door, near the patio, I couldn’t help but snap a shot of these bushes with berries.

I hope the weather holds (between 70-80 today!).  A nice long walk tomorrow might take me through some other beautiful gifts of Nature.

What did you find this week?  I can’t wait to see!


  1. What beautiful outdoor colors you have there already! We’re still pretty much bare up here in Canada but the warmer spring weather is on the way so the blooms can’t be too far behind anymore.


  2. What a cozy room for curling up with a book … but with the weather so nice, you were wise to take advantage of getting such nice shots of the flowering trees! Just lovely!


    1. I do enjoy sitting outside on my patio under the umbrella on my table….but today I have to clean the patio off first. The gardeners blow leaves all over it!

      Thanks for stopping by, Kaye, and enjoy your weekend.


    1. I do enjoy curling up in this room!

      A couple of weeks ago, we had only the beginnings of blossoms on these trees…and then they just exploded! Thanks for stopping by, Eva, and have a great weekend.


    1. Crocus are beautiful, too; I can’t take any credit for the berries or blossoms, since others have planted and cared for them. Thanks for stopping by, Gigi Ann…and I’m going to curl up in that cozy reading spot now to finish a book I’m loving.


  3. Those do look like cozy spots to curl up! And how lovely the blooms look! I was in Tucson for a few days and some of the cherry blossoms started blooming here when I was gone. I’m excited about that, but a bit disappointed I didn’t get to see the exact day that they started blooming. It’s something I anticipate and watch for all winter. 🙂


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