Wednesday, May 27, 2015

A spring evening

I'm not sure there is anything quite as wonderful as a spring evening, with all the windows open and a temperature of 70 degrees and the air full of the sounds of peepers and tree frogs.

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  1. What are peepers? Sure we don't have those in the UK!

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  2. What a wonderful picture you paint. I can practically smell the jasmine, feel the warmth from the setting sun and see the glow as twilight nears. LOVE LOVE LOVE this post

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  3. I so agree. It is quite thrilling to hear the sounds of spring.

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  4. What a gorgeous banner photo! Love it, love it!! Never have the windows open here. Good to hear that someone does somewhere. LOL

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  5. I couldn't agree more, Nan. :) The peepers are spent here, having peeped for a long, long time, but, tonight, a cool breeze is coming through, the lilacs are exquisite, and all is right in our little corner of the world. I loved this post.

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  6. There is something quite as wonderful: A spring morning :-)
    With the sun being out early, the beautiful song of a blackbird near my window, and the scent of lilac coming in from people's gardens.

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  7. Isn't it wonderful! It always makes me happy to hear the peepers, which was quiet earlier here in TN. I never knew they were called peepers until I read about them in Gladys Taber's books. We always called them tree frogs.

    I wish we had lilac!

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  8. Lovely. That was me last evening, but instead of spring peepers I sat and enjoyed a junior high girls softball game, and a 12 year old girls soccer game. Not quite as natural and peaceful, but it was absolutely delightful to be out enjoying the evening.

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  9. Beautiful picture and in my garden too, although going over now. I'm pretty sure we don't have any tree frogs in England.

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  10. I am envying your spring evenings, which sound a great deal like an Oregon one ( although you are later .. Lilacs have come and gone there. Yours are so beautiful. I can't stop gazing at your header. (No spring flowere here.. Downside of no winter ... Is no spring. And we are not ready to go back to oregon quite yet.

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  11. I have no idea what peepers are too . Never heard of these here in Australia.

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