Here is a picture of my sister, Jaime. Jaime and Chris are expecting their first child at the end of May and I think she looks absolutely beautiful in this picture. She has a cute belly - as cute as Willow came out to be on the outside, she never looked this cute on me when she was on the inside!
Some Project Spectrum pictures - I couldn't find anything orange, so these are all yellow things I found in my in-laws' yard. Here is the goldenrod that the bees love to buzz in:
I tried to take a picture of the bees, but the little buggers wouldn't stay still!
Here are some of the daffodils:
We are lucky these are still standing! The weirdest weather system came through this morning and we had raging blizzard-like snow and lightning then bright sun - and this went back and forth 4 or 5 times... and when I got off work you would never have guessed - it was 50'F and sunny!
Here is an early yellow azalea:
And now for some non-yellow/orange things...
More asparagus! Many people had emailed me when I posted the first picture of the aspargus bud about a week ago, saying they had no idea that was how asparagus grew. Well, more stalks have come up and here is a better picture of what aspargus looks like just before you snip it. And let me tell you, freshly steamed aspargus from the garden is *heavenly*!
And another treat - an early purple rhododendron:
Day 36: Today in 1614 - Native American Pocahontas married English colonist John Rolfe. (courtesy of Wikipedia)