This morning was our last here in Florida, after spending a week visiting with my aunt and uncle at their beautiful condo. Jenna and I took one last short walk through their development, soaking in the warmth of the sun, wishing we could take it home with us.
Romie had told me that on the south side of our house, the tulips were starting to emerge from the ground, but we both remembered they had done that last year, too. We have nothing blooming outside in the middle of February in Ohio, even though the snow all melted during our unseasonably warm weather this past week.
So my Garden Bloggers' Bloom Day post is brought to you from beautiful Bradenton, Florida, with a few of what my Aunt Kay has in bloom at her place:
Now here I sit, nearly 1000 miles from where I woke up this morning, through the wonder of aviation. It's 45 degrees colder here, but it's warm inside. While Jenna and I had a nice time at my aunt and uncle's, there's no place like home.