Friday, 5 March 2010

Dy'gol Sen Pyran Lowen

Happy St Piran's day from a gloriously sunny Cornwall. Saint Piran is one of the patron saints of Cornwall and St Piran's day is celebrated every year on the 5th March, it started as a tinner's holiday many, many years ago. I'm also celebrating the many signs that Spring has indeed sprung in Cornwall!








My daffodils in the garden are just starting to open in this picture taken this morning.
And this was my view at 10 o clock this morning a perfect blue sky.
Sorry this is such a short post but I'm trying to finish some Spring goodies that I've been sewing for the past few days, hopefully I'll be back on Monday with the finished products. A quick hi to all my new followers I will pop round to your blogs asap :)

20 comments:

c'est Moi! the TinknFrog said...

What wonderful pictures. Thanks for sharing. Cheers!

RosieP said...

Thank you for the fantastic photos, a real pick me up.

Enjoy your weekend

Hugs RosieP x

Sal said...

I just heard that on the news and I wondered about it.
Lovely cheery photos!
Have a good weekend ;-)

Lisa Jane said...

Happy St Pirians day - hope it really is a cheerful spring day.
We are a little behind in Cleckheaton - west yorkshire - still no signs of spring - can't wait till there is though, as its my favourite time of year
Lisa;)

made with love said...

Thankyou for the cheery photos. The sun is shining here too. It's great isn't it. It seems to lift everyones moods. People are walking around with big smiles in our village today.
Have fun
Rachael XX

bellaboo said...

Thanks for giving us a wonderful Springy post with your lovely pics.
Not a cloud in the clear blue sky here.Looks like it's going to be a nice weekend too.Have a good one!

Bellaboo :o)

Sue at Dollytub Cottage said...

The sun is shining here in Lincoln too. Blue skies, washing drying! Lovely pics you've taken. SueXX

topchelseagirl said...

I'll have to tell my Mum that as its her Birthday today. Not many signs of Spring yet here, but today is probably the warmest day so far.

Lyn said...

We are a bit ehind you up here, the snowdrops are out and the crocus are trying but thats about it!
Thanks for letting us know it's on it's way though!
Love
Lyn
xxx

all kinds of everything said...

Thanks for sharing these beautiful pictures. No signs of spring in my garden!Only snowdrops and today it was snowing!!!
Have a nice weekend,
Suzanne

twiggypeasticks said...

Hooray for Spring !!!
Twiggy x

The Vintage Kitten said...

Love your cheerful 'spring' pictures. Ive still got snow but yesterday I had the front door open as there was a little sunshine. Roll on Spring!!! Happy St Pirans day X

E is for Eleanor said...

Blue sky, what a wonderful sight. And snowdrops and crocuses. My favourite time of the year!

melanie said...

Is'nt it just wonderful when the first spring flowers start to bloom. :) xxx

A Country Girl said...

Our daffs are trying hard but haven't quite made it - yet!
Lovely cheery pics - thank you.

maryannlucy said...

Happy St Pirians Day - here comes Spring :-)

Rebecca said...

Such lovely photographs, thank you for sharing them! I bet spring in Cornwall is so wonderful x

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MarmaladeRose said...

Lovely spring pictures. Lovely granny squares.

Gerry said...

My annuals are just coming through while your's are already blooming.
I live in mid-Missouri in mid-America.
Hmmm
Hugs,
Gerry