A Photo a Week Challenge: Colorful

Sunday (aka the day after tomorrow) will bring, in order, snow, sleet, freezing rain, and finally, rain. I know we had some crocus, but it’s buried under 18 inches of snow.

These are eighteen inches of frozen hard snow. Nothing fluffy or fun about it. I’m hoping the rain ultimately washes most of it away.

Photo Garry Armstrong
Photo Garry Armstrong

So, as you can imagine, colorful is later this year or memories of last year. I cannot bring forth the colors to come, so I shall revisit the flowers from days of yore.

July 2018
July 2018- Photo: Garry Armstrong
Daylilies and roses

Author: Marilyn Armstrong

Writer, photography, blogger. Previously, technical writer. I am retired and delighted to be so. May I live long and write frequently.

24 thoughts on “COLORFUL WITH MEMORIES OF LAST SUMMER – Marilyn Armstrong”

  1. Our snow isn’t white anymore. It’s hard, crusty, and grey and I for one will be glad to see the end of it. Thank you for those photos of your blooming garden Marilyn, it’ll get us through this season.

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      1. I told Leslie about the dogs changing the color of snow in their front yard. I didn’t want to hit the “TMI” button.


  2. Even though it was a little later than usual, we’ve also had a fair amount of snow this year. The schools here had the first snow day in three decades. (Utah schools are very reluctant to close for snow because the parents complain about the makeup days.) I love your memories of the days of yore. Very colorful. 🙂

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    1. We got a lot of wind and rain and also patches of serious cold, but we didn’t get any significant snow until March. I thought we’d made a clean winter. Nope. But at least it’ll be a SHORT winter! At least today it is sunny!

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