Wednesday, 10 March 2010

Spotted



Today's visual treat - a ladybird on the rosemary in my front garden; it has beaten the daffodils this year.

8 comments:

valct4joy said...

A sweet picture and such a change for you after all the snow and grey skies. Does this mean that spring has arrived?

rachel said...

Goodness me, no, Val - there's more chance of snow at Easter than at Christmas here! But we can rejoice in these early signs, even if they disappear again.

judy in ky said...

The snow from our last snow storm has finally melted! But that doesn't mean we can't get more... I just hope we don't!

Shelagh said...

Personally, I think you painted a snail...

SmitoniusAndSonata said...

We've got ladybirds too , poor deluded things . Perhaps I should be knitting them little scarves ?

Isabelle said...

Oh, I wish we had some of these (though they'd be mad - frosty again this morning).

I did NOT like that mouse post. Oh dear! That's the one thing I don't like about cats. I don't think you should be encouraging them with the oxygen of publicity....

Departed Son... ah, I feel for you. Three fold. It's not fair. Children should stay with their parents for ever. Just like we did. (Ahem.)

jinksy said...

Google came up with this-

Ladybird ladybird fly away home,
Your house in on fire and your children are gone,
All except one and that's little Ann,
For she crept under the frying pan.

Do you now go and have a look, just in case? LOL

Fran Hill @ Being Miss said...

Ladybird, ladybird, fly away home
You'll find that your youngest, dear Annie, has gone
She's left you a note saying, 'I love you lots'
But she's gone and eloped with a guy who has spots.

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