Total Pageviews

Sunday, 19 February 2017

It's Sunday and ...


... here in the UK we have a Caribbean weather vortex passing our way, bringing some unseasonal,
but pleasant weather, it really is quite warm!




So time to enjoy a walk ... have a look for some snowdrops




... perhaps see some crocus




... a singing robin, he was in good voice chirping away



... returning for a cup of tea and a nice low carb Coconut Macaroon
you can see the recipe idea here



I do hope you have a pleasant Sunday
All the best Jan

25 comments:

Mac n' Janet said...

Enjoy the good weather, it always feels good to get outside.

only slightly confused said...

How lovely..snowdrops and crocus and a sweet little (is it a British Robin?) birdie.

Mildred said...

I love this post, Jan. So happy you are enjoying some pleasant weather. Love the sweet blooms. Thx for the recipe...those are my hubby's favorite!

Valerie-Jael said...

Gorgeous photos and yummy macaroons. Enjoy your Sunday, hugs, Valerie

Adam said...

nice flowers

Lorrie said...

Beautiful sights of spring. Your English robins are very different from ours - prettier, I think. A walk in such weather is delightful.

Tom said...

...and spring is in the air.

Connie said...

Congratulations! Enjoy the sunshine :)

The Happy Whisk said...

We're having lovely sunshine warm here too. Like Spring. In fact, we're both on the back deck now. It's just lovely.

Happy Rest of Your Weekend.

Lisa Isabella Russo said...

What a sweet and beautiful post! The photos are so lovely. The coconut cookies look yummy.

Louise said...

Sounds good! I've been out in search of the late winter flowers today :)

Giga said...

Thank you for a lovely walk, the spring flowers and Robin and delicious refreshments. :)

The Joy of Home with Martha Ellen said...

Thank you for showing your lovely flowers, Jan. We've had warm weather as well, but no flowers yet. I do love seeing your sweet robin as well! Have a wonderful week. ♥

Dewena said...

I've always loved pictures of the cheery robin you have there, so different from robins here in the US. I can see why they're mentioned as being on Christmas cards in so many old novels. Maybe they still are?

I had a lovely Sunday, Jan. I hope you did too!

Plowing Through Life (Martha) said...

We have been enjoying the same weather. It was so warm today that I just couldn't believe it. Maybe spring will come early! Hopefully...

Conniecrafter said...

Isn't it lovely to have this warmer weather at least for a little while, I can't wait to start seeing the flowers blooming once again.
Wishing you a wonderful week ahead!

Neesie said...

Oh Jan I had a wonderful time wondering through your photo's. We have had some warm weather too... but now winter is fighting and trying to keep a hold on things.
Gorgeous crocus and snowdrops and who doesn't love a cuppa.
Thanks for sharing and I hope you have a great springy week ahead :D

Carla from The River said...

We are having unseasonably warm days too. Rain and 50 degrees in February in Wisconsin is very strange!
I enjoyed the photos of the flowers.
Carla

Debbie said...

my crocus are blooming and so are my paper whites. it's warm here too, 70 yesterday and high 50's and 60's all this week!!!

Magic Love Crow said...

What a beautiful day Jan! Thank you for the pictures and the recipe! Big Hugs!

happyone said...

Oh how nice to see those blooms. Very pretty.

Lisa said...

It has certainly been very spring like these past couple of days, although we are back to light drizzle this afternoon.
The daffs in my jug on the mantle are keeping thoughts of spring alive!
Lisa x

Nina said...

Beautiful spring flowers - and the sweetest bird!
Coconut macarons are my favorite treat to tea ... They're just so good!
Have a great week, jan!

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Spring gorgeous spring is on the way Jan 😊 macaroons are good at any time of the year!

Bob Bushell said...

I love the bird, Robin.