Daffodil, Narcis, Påsklilja...



The Daffodils are blooming!!!
These pictures (taken in 1960's mode) were taken the last three days. I was so happy to finally see them open up and in the sunshine no less. We've had three absolutely lovely weather days here but they seem to be gone again, the rain was thundering on our roof this morning... But, everything is growing like crazy and I have been taking pictures like crazy. Just wait until Monday for the next 'Signs of Spring'...

Yesterday I had my follow-up visit with the periodontist (the gum doctor) and he not only took out the putty-like dressing but also the stitches! And all that without pain. (very important of course) He said everything was healing very nicely. He did have to put in a bone graft last week because of some bone loss. (the graft came from a kadaver: eeeuwwwwwww!)

Now I have to start getting used to all these new areas around my teeth and it just feels plain funny. Also  one of the two teeth (molars) is extremely sensitive now and I mean Crazy Extreme! Hopefully that will subside soon because that is no joke...

Anyway, all the meds are done and I only have to come for one more follow-up visit late April so now I can try and forget about it all for a while...



On my way home from visiting my fellow blogger Joanna I parked next to this beautiful little bug while attempting to eat the lovely fruitcup Miss Joanna gave me for a little snack. (it was great Jo!) I met the owner of the car (Americans truly are so friendly!) and he told me it was made in 1961. That was quite a bit before my time. I loved the old fashioned red color. I remember my aunt Cathy had one in Hunter Green...

Well, that was it for now. My lovely son C. is spending his second day at home today with a bit of a fever, sore head, a cold etc. He will be performing this weekend with the school's Jazz Band at a real Jazz Club in Seattle, how cool is that?


PS Found this leaf on our doorstep this morning. I think it came from our Tulip Tree...


Comments

  1. I said it before and I'll say it again: The spring by you, is at least a month ahead of us...
    Daffodils in bloom, that we will hav to wait for, for a long time yet!
    Have a nice weekend, hugs, Monica

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  2. Thanks Monica! Sorry to hear that you still have to wait so long. And also sorry to hear about your shoes... ;-)

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  3. Narcissen in bloei en een rode kever; het ziet er allemaal heerlijk uit daar bij jou! Gelukkig dat het, ondanks de gevoeligheid in de mond, allemaal goed gaat met je! Ook hier veel zonnige dagen, ik ben zelfs verbrand tijdens het werken in de moestuin! Het voelt bijna alsof de zomer is begonnen!

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