Thankful Thursday Blog Hop: Blooming Season Is Always Better

thankful thursday blog hop brian 03012018 - Brian's Home, adopt cats, we deserve it!Hello everyone and welcome to our Thankful Thursday Blog Hop. Every Thursday we tell you about the things for which we are most thankful. We love doing this, and even better, we always love it when you join with us. I know, sometimes it can be tough, especially when there is more sad in Blogville with the passing of dear Kali from the Canadian Cats, but the thankfuls are always there if you think about them and take the time to seek them out.

Today, the first day of March, I’m thankful that Blooming Season is coming.  We live in the South and we’re not fans of Old Man Winter, nope, not at all.  We’re also not gardeners here, but we always enjoy seeing pictures of your garden areas with all the pretty blooms.  That being said, imagine our surprise when this popped up out front by our mailbox area.

thankful thursday blog hop flower 03012018 - Brian's Home, adopt cats, we deserve it!Come on Blooming Season, we’re waiting for you and are most thankful that you’re almost knocking on our door. Hey, remember the photos of Brother Simon and Sister Seal looking out front? Maybe this is what they were so excited about.

So, what are you thankful for today? Tell us in the comments and then join us for our Thankful Thursday Blog Hop! We always like that lots! Remember, adopt cats, we deserve it!!!!! More Forever Homes More Often! Purrrrr! Zip! Later!

Thankful Thursday Blog Hop


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39 thoughts on “Thankful Thursday Blog Hop: Blooming Season Is Always Better

  1. Jeanna

    Maybe that is what they’re excited about, they can probably smell all sorts of things out there, I know Dexter has been going nutso gonzo the last few days which have been very nice. Beautiful flower, maybe we’ll see some color this month.

  2. easyweimaraner

    our tears are still running for the sweet friend from catnada… and we hoped that march brings some spring weather… but we got snow and ice… sigh…

  3. Teddy

    Spring is springing here and there – but not here YET. Love the signs though like yellow daffodils…….We were very sad about Kali going to the Bridge too but we know she is running and flying free of pain and discomfort now. Happy Thursday!

    Love, Teddy

  4. Pam Greer

    So sad to hear about sweet Kali. We are thankful for all the blooms here too, though some of the trees are blooming and it seems way too early.

  5. Margie

    That is such a pretty dafodil. We have some of those too. Nothing better that everything springing to life in nature. You all have a super day.

  6. Jan K

    Now that’s a sight for sore eyes! It will probably be longer here, but we sure are looking forward to seeing some colorful beauty out there too!

  7. Sue Brandes

    So sad to hear. That’s a pretty flower. Too cold here to be blooming yet. Have a great day.

  8. katie isabella

    MY Daffodils waited this time only till 2nd week of Feb. They were trying to come up end of January the past 4 years! (Jonquils that is. They are like wild daffodils). Then the “real” daffodils came up and of March. You never know. They never used to until mid March. This year they are more on time.

    Looks like your squirrel friends planted your Daffodil. I have quite a few that they dug up and put somewhere else odd…

  9. Kitties Blue

    Mom has noticed a few daffodils in our side yard starting to open and our pear tree has buds that are starting to open. We just hope the 60-mile-per-hour winds that are coming do not blow us and the flowers away. We are thankful that the eye “icks” are gone. We have our paws crossed that they don’t come back anytime soon. XOCK, angel Lily Olivia, Mauricio, Misty May, Giulietta, angel Fiona, Astrid, Lisbeth, Calista Jo, Cooper Murphy and Sawyer

  10. The OP Pack

    Mom is excited to see signs of Spring here too. Our hyacinths are popping their heads. Seems early to us, the first day of March??? We are still hoping for some more snow.

    Woos – Lightning, Misty, and Timber

  11. Sandee

    We too were saddened bu the passing of sweet Kali. It’s so hard to have them leave us.

    There is also much to be thankful for. My biggest thankful is it is almost spring and I’m ready for some nice weather so I can see the flowers bloom. My favorite season.

    Have a fabulous day. ☺

  12. da tabbies o trout towne

    guyz….sum seed haz blown with de wind; ore may bee de mail dood
    planted de flowerz for ya ~~ 🙂 ♥♥ what cha think !!!

  13. Eastside Cats

    Brian, we are in a huge snowstorm RIGHT NOW, and it’s sorta depressing because yesterday was 60 degrees…and sunny! Oh well, your daffodil is beautiful, and Spring will come…someday.

  14. The Menagerie Mom

    So many angels are gaining their wings lately. We purr and pray for all of you who have had to say goodbyes.

    What a lovely, blooming surprise this must have been! We are waiting for some blooms in our corner of the world, and we hope they’re as lovely as yours. Purrs!

  15. Sherri-Ellen T-D.

    Woo Hoo Brian! That iss thee sunniest purrtiest Daffydill EFURR! Wee have a few Snowdropss tryin to bloom…if wee not get snow mee will take a foto
    Mee iss fankfull thee Kali was mee Cuss-inn. An mee iss fankfull Purrincess Phoebe an her are together now. Butt mee sure missess them both ALOT!
    An mee iss fankfull fur yur furends Brian!
    ***paw patsss*** Siddhartha Henry xxxxxxxxx

  16. Diane

    It might be a bit before we see those pretty flowers here LOL

    I hope spring does not mean lots of feral babies for you:(

  17. Dennis the Vizsla

    hello brian its dennis the vizsla dog hay wot a pritty flower it shoor wuz nice of that flower to volunteer to briten up yore mailboks areea!!! just ummm keep an eye on it and mayk shoor it duz not start tawking and saying things like “feed me see more” aparently plants wot do that ar nuthing but trouble eeven if they ar verry pritty!!! ok bye

  18. Marv

    The crocuses outside next door are blooming and we have some primulas on our deck beside the hummingbird feeder and the Daffydowndillies will be here soon! I, can’t wait! I’ve not seen spring here before.
    Purrs
    Marv

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