Monday, March 22, 2010

Japanese Magnolia

On the way to condo meet, in the rain, temp sixty F.
Mark it on your calendar. Ann T. has nothing to say . . . . 


The Bug said...

You're the second blog in a row with nothing to say! At least your blog has a really nice picture LOL.

I think you can be excused THIS ONCE.

Gia's Spot said...

Wow amazing!!!!!! The tree is beautiful and is that the entry to the Condo's?? I hope that is a courtyard on the left through the entry?
Best of luck with it, AnnT

Bob G. said...

A picture is worth a THOUSAND WORDS.

Now THAT is very to be able to afford a few of those - just for the springtime blossoms...!

(hey, Maybe I can get a governemnt GRANT from Obama...he seems to be giving away our nation's rapidly-devaluing currency at record rates these days anyway)
Plant 'em if 'ya get 'em!


Slamdunk said...

Haha. I think this post should be retooled to state that Ann T. has nothing "printable" to say.

Ann T. said...

Dear The Bug,
Thanks for the slack! I need it!

Dear Gia,
No, that tree's a couple blocks away. But I can go look at it anytime! Love flowers, do you?
Me too!

Dear Bob,
They are some of the most beautiful spring trees, and they leaf out pretty as well. The blooms never last very long, so I like to get my pix of them Right Away. I also love redbuds, maybe a little more, but still . . . Gorgeous!

LOL! I think between WW2, getting in shape, and the health care bill, etc, etc, I just flat ran out of sensible phrases.

Blit. Gxrlt. Scmdlt.

Ann T.

meleah rebeccah said...

Even if you have nothing to say, at least that photo is beautiful!

The Observer said...

Ann T:

Thank you for keeping your blog blooming--it helps my spirits! :-)

No blooms around here yet, but most of the snow is gone, and today was nice and sunny.

The Observer (trying not to obsessively watch the daffodils for signs of blooming.)

Ann T. said...

Dear Meleah,
Thank you! It's hard to screw up a photo of flowers, I think.

Call me nuts, but I also like to take pictures of tractors and rusty things. They don't turn out as often.

Dear The Observer,
I think I can get you a daff picture fairly soon. . . will try . . .

Ann T.