Mountain Mondays

Happy Monday to you! We spent the weekend in the mountains, so I know that some of you will be happy to see a Mountain Mondays post today.

There were not very many signs of Spring this weekend in North Carolina. A few trees have begun to come back to life and some flowers have started to bloom, but it still looks very much like Winter for the most part.

A blooming Weeping Cherry Tree is one of the first signs of Spring.

It was very chilly and windy when we arrived and I stayed bundled up in sweaters and boots until yesterday when it was warm and sunny and just glorious. Too bad we had to leave to come back to Atlanta.

The Daffodils are blooming.

The nice part about being able to spend some time in the mountains is that we usually get to see the seasons in both places. Atlanta is definitely further along in it’s Springtime weather along with the pollen.

The Bunkycooks have been working on a few business opportunities since last Fall and one of them is hopefully going to be announced this week. I am excited to share this fun venture with you and look forward to yet another announcement very soon after this one.  I have been a very busy girl. 😉

Forsythia is another sign that Spring is here.

I hope you enjoy these early signs of Spring. Please also head over to see my dear friend Monet at Anecdotes and Apple Cores. This lovely young woman and her family have had more tragedies happen to them than any one family should ever have to bear. Some of her friends have been writing guest posts for her while she takes some time away from her blog to spend time with family. I baked Blueberry Corn Muffins as my guest post for her. It is a delightful recipe that I hope you will try from Secrets of a Jewish Baker.

There are lots of bluberries in every bite!

Enjoy your week!

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