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Brenda has been writing since grade school. She attended journalism school where she majored in professional writing. She loves to decorate, garden, read and spend time with her Yorkies.

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Spring Evolves



Sun setting...



Morning. Buds of leaves barely showing.


Hostas emerge, starting to unfurl.


A tulip, almost there.


First tulip bloom. Opening up to greet spring.



The sun is starting to shine on the patio.



Mere minutes later, my tulip opens to the sun.


(Note to my email subscribers: You will now get my posts on the day they are posted as long as I get them in by 3 p.m., and I usually always do that anyway. Many of you have asked me why you get your posts a day late. But now it has changed, and you should be getting them on the day I write them.)
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  1. Brenda, I love your photography. These photos really told a story

    Joan from NicerThanNew.com

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  2. Good morning, pretty flower!!!

    Poppy

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  3. That's good news to your email subscribers; but don't sweat it if you don't make the 3:00 deadline. We won't desert you! :) Beautiful pictures as usual..

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  4. what beautiful shots of that red tulip opening up! I wish I had planted bulbs in the Fall so I could enjoy those. Love your Spring nature shots!

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  5. This is so lovely, Brenda...I love sun art in the garden, too. We had 10" of snow last night...so spring might be a ways off here lol.

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  6. Your pictures are beautiful. In fact the second picture was outstanding and I actually felt I needed my sunglasses on to look at the picture. Beautiful!! xo

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  7. Your pictures are beautiful. In fact the second picture was outstanding and I actually felt I needed my sunglasses on to look at the picture. Beautiful!! xo

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  8. That is a good looking Grandson. Must be good genes!

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  9. Seeing your sun hanger on your fence is somewhat comforting to me.?.? I've gotten so used to it from each move you have had to make. Would not seem like your cozy home without it. But i wonder how the colors have remained so vibrant. My outdoor things fade in one summer here due to the excessive heat.

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  10. Hi Brenda,
    Dropping by for a little visit and catching up after my dear trip to see my 2 year old grandson.
    I am enjoying these refreshing pictures and marveling on the beauty of Spring.
    I hope you are feeling well and enjoying this gorgeous day.
    Jemma

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I always enjoy reading your comments and having you join the conversation here at Cozy Little House. It is like having a gathering of friends sitting in my cozy apartment. Enjoying coffee and dessert, chatting and having a good time. I appreciate each and every one of you!

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