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Posted by Dorcas Annette Walker on November 6, 2014 at 1:40 AM Comments comments (0)


(Photography compliments of my talented daughter, Dawn)

Welcome to the home page of

Dorcas Annette Walker

 COME ON IN AND BROWSE AROUND.


Spring here in the Tennessee Mountains started out with a couple severe ice storms that cut off our electric for a couple of days with damaging winds.  So when the earth began to warm up, tiny green shoots poked their heads out of the ground, and buds appeared on the trees, I was delirious with joy. And when the spring flowers began to appear, I wanted to dance with joy at the sight of color at last. 


Soon I was able to begin planting the veggie garden with beets, lettuce, onions, radish, carrots, potatoes, cabbage, Swiss chard, and by Good Friday my beans.  In a couple of weeks, I will put out my tomato plants and plant some corn to add to the garden.  Spring is a busy time around my place. 

 

For more info check out the links to:

Our Walker Blog

http://danaanddorcaswalker.blogspot.com/

My Cooking Blog

http://dorcasannettewalker.blogspot.com/

The Hemophilia Blog

http://dorcasw.blogspot.com/

My Lyme Blog

http://dorcasannette.blogspot.com/

The Lucy Lou Blog

http://dorcaswalker.blogspot.com/

The Cat Conceit Blog

http://dorcasandhercat.blogspot.com/

and my Gernt Blog

http://dorcas-walker.blogspot.com/



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Posted by Dorcas Annette Walker on February 16, 2010 at 9:50 AM Comments comments (5)

(Photography compliments of my talented daughter, Dawn)

Welcome to the home page of

Dorcas Annette Walker

COME ON IN AND BROWSE AROUND.


Spring has sprung here in the Tennessee Mountains. First comes the dogwood and redbud trees with white and purple flowers and as they fade away the tender green leaves appear covering the earth with a soft spring green between the cherry, plum, peach and pear blooms.   Meanwhile the crocus, daffodils, tulips, and violets flame out in brillant color giving way to the azaleas, iris, and wisteria introducing summer.  Its a busy world as the earth comes alive.

For more info check out the links to:

Our Walker Blog

http/danaanddorcaswalker.blogspot.com/

My Cooking Blog

http/dorcasannettewalker.blogspot.com/

The Hemophilia Blog

http/dorcasw.blogspot.com/

My Lyme Blog

http/dorcasannette.blogspot.com/

The Lucy Lou Blog

http/dorcaswalker.blogspot.com/

The Cat Conceit Blog

http/dorcasandhercat.blogspot.com/

and my Gernt  Blog

http/dorcas-walker.blogspot.com/


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