Signs of Spring

Hi, my wonderful friends!

The other day I was out for a stroll though a little neighborhood park in Andersonville that I frequently enjoy when I came across a very welcome sign of Spring.


My dad told me the bright brilliant flowers were crocuses, and they are usually the second sign of Spring’s approach (the first being the Robins, and they’ve already been back for a couple weeks now).


I got up really close to the flowers to smell them and then all of a sudden one was in mouth and I was chewing it.


What did you expect? You can’t fight your instincts, right?

Mmmmmmm. Spring.

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7 Responses to “Signs of Spring”

  1. avatar Noodles Says:

    What I want to know, Sid, is. . . how did it taste?
    Love Noodles

  2. avatar tweedles Says:

    Hi Sid,, we have some robins too,, and a few flowers. I have never eaten those kind of crocus flowers, but sometimes I eat little white daisy flowers.

  3. avatar Meredith & Scarlet Says:

    Crocuses are our favorite, however we’ve never eaten them. Are they tastey?

    M & S

  4. avatar Payton's mom Says:

    Sid, we are laughing so loud at your instincts! But only because we can relate. 🙂

  5. avatar idaho pugranch Says:

    we don’t have any thing blooming yet or even budding. those do look kinda tasty!
    Mr Bailey, Hazel & Mabel

  6. avatar Princess Leah Says:

    You can’t help being a connoisseur Sid, afterall aren’t crocuses where you get saffon from and that’s a VERY expensive spice I finks
    Loves and licky kisses
    Princes Leah xxx

  7. avatar Retro rover Says:

    yeah spring be careful about eating flowers though thats risky business

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