My daughter, Lynn Ann, and I went to Lexington last week to visit my mother and my son Jeff and his family. For this Florida gal the temps in the 30's and 40's were too cold and was even suppose to snow one day but didn't get quite cold enough. My mother is amazing at 94.
We got there on Saturday just in time to go watch the UK basketball game with Jeff and my grandson, Anderson, at a local restaurant which was right across the street from the Opera House where my granddaughter, Sofia, was performing that night. My daughter-in-law, Becky, and Sofia were already at the Opera House but came over for a quick hello. Unfortunately, the Wildcats lost the game. After that it was on to the dance performance.
Lexington in the Spring is one of my favorites. Even though there was a cold spell that weekend Spring was in full bloom. These Bradford pear trees were everywhere.
There was also forcythia and daffodils blooming but I never could get a picture of them. It was either too cold or too cloudy out. I love forcythia but of course it won't grow in Florida so when I found some artificial sprays on clearance this week I got them and created my own little bit of Spring inside my house with some live tulips and hyacinth plants.
Wishing you a Blesssed Easter