Even though most people think that Okalhoma is a wild place with dust blowing everywhere and a tornado at least every other day, it truly is a beautiful place to live. At least it is here in the Northeastern part of the state known as "Green Country". This spring has been especially green because we're getting "normal" rainfall after three or four years of very low rainfall. In fact, last week we got 7 inches of rain! That's more than we've had all summer long in some recent years.
Creeping Phlox and a very cute little Easter Bunny!
The double peonies which just finished blooming. The smell is heavenly!
Irises in my mom's front yard in MO. My niece was sweet and sent me this picture for Mother's Day. I have starts of these flowers but mine didn't bloom much this year.
One of my mom's violets. This is the first time it has bloomed since she passed away in 2009.
By now you've probably guessed that my favorite flowers are the pink/purple ones. Strange, because my favorite color is red.
Well, it's raining again. Hopefully, there will be no tornadoes. I've never seen one and I don't want to start now!