Two Teens And Their Mama: Spring Where You're From

Monday, April 23, 2018

Spring Where You're From

Happy Monday, friends!  How was your weekend?  Today I'm over at The Blended Blog, where we're sharing what spring is like in our home towns.


It's no secret that the climate in Seattle is a bit....rainy.  And this year has been wetter and colder than usual, prompting me to inform my husband that I'm moving south.  Probably not, but I'm definitely ready for a little sunshine.

The good news is that the forecast for this week is looking up, and pretty soon we'll be surrounded by flowers.



What's spring like where you live?  Hope you'll link up with us below!



23 comments:

  1. This post is perfect because the pics of flowers you chose match your rain boots!! So cute!! It is so true, all these April showers do bring lots of may flowers and I cannot wait! xo

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    1. We've finally got a string of sunny days and the flowers are really starting to bloom!

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  2. I adore those rain boots! Spring here right now is definitely warming up, and I've been seeing lots of people working in their gardens, and many festive flowers in the neighborhood. Hugs...RO

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    1. I've had those boots for so long, I can't even remember where I got them!

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  3. We've been having similar springs! Friday was a transitional day and it was cold and windy. We SAW big ice floes in our river.
    Then today is finally sunny and 65 and all the ice is melting..

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    1. It was 65 here today too and it felt so amazing!

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  4. Beautiful flowers! Spring finally arrived yesterday so I'm excited for things to start blooming soon!

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    1. I'm so ready for sunshine and warmth!

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  5. Come on down to Louisiana, Girlfriend!! I've got a place for you!

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    1. I would love to visit you someday!

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  6. The rain brings such beauty and color to the landscape!!!
    We've been so dry here, which gets scary when the heat comes...too many summers have involved fires all around!!
    XOXO
    Jodie
    www.jtouchofstyle.com

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    1. We don't get forest fires here because it remains so wet, year round. But just over the mountains, in Eastern Washington, the fires get very bad in the summer. Praying for some wet weather for you guys!

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  7. I love all the landscapes up north - the flowers are so pretty and everything is so lush! What I wouldn't give to have a beautiful yard with lots of potted plants and flowers!
    xo,
    Kellyann

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    1. It's definitely a trade off - the rain makes everything so pretty when the sun finally comes out. But there's all that rain...

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  8. Cute rain boots Lana! With our deer population and semi-arid climate, my flowers never are quite like that!

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    1. So happy to see you Susan! We've got a bit of a rabbit problem right now and they're eating everything! We get deer too but they mostly love our apple trees!

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  9. The sun is starting to peak out more... we've had a few warm days ... however; we had lots of rain ourselves here... I'm hoping that all that rain will bring gorgeous flowers here too xox

    I've missed your blog Lana, I shut down for a long time due to the pain I've been dealing with... but I'm back and I'm thrilled to be writing again, I missed writing and the blogging world xox ❤

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  10. I can't wait to move back to the Pacific Northwest! My new ritual for spring there will be a trip to Pike Place Market for fresh flowers.

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  11. Such a pretty and colorful landscape! We had snow again last week but I think the weather finally got the memo! It's 50 degrees today!

    Jill
    Doused in Pink

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  12. My husband travels to Seattle a lot for work, I need to go with him sometime! I am anxious for all of the Spring flowers, too! I can't wait to start planting after Mother's Day.

    Carrie
    curlycraftymom.com

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  13. omg spring is JUST starting here weather wise... it has felt like a LONG winter... stuck inside with 3 small kids... good lord lol
    bring on the flowers, green grass and parks!!

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  14. I can't believe how much colour there is already!

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