Mosaic Monday

Spring at Tower Hill

oday is Mosaic Monday, and Mary from Little Red House, is hosting this lovely day.

black and white sheep closeup I know we are in the middle of snowy New England, but I am longing for Spring.

My creation

I'm as restless as a willow in a windstorm.


I'm as jumpy as a puppet on a string,

Hello Mrs. Robin's son

I'd say that I have Spring fever,

salem, massachusetts

but I know it isn't Spring.

pussy willow Spring

I'm starry-eyed

towerhill statue daffodil head

and vaguely discontented,

My creation

la la la la might as well be Spring.

blythe faces the ocean

The song for this post is It Might As Well Be Spring.

My creation
Tara said...

Karen Love your mosaic!

Debbie said...

Beautiful photos! I can smell Spring in the air soon!!~

Dishesdone said...

Looking forward to spring, too, and your pictures are beautiful, I can't wait too much longer. Although your winter ones are lovely, too!

Lavender Cottage said...

Great mosaic, I think you are ready for spring.

Draffin Bears said...

Hi Karen,

I love all your Spring photos, isn't it really the best time of the year.

Happy week

Pat @ Mille Fiori Favoriti said...

Karen your live in such a pretty place! Hopefully just another month to wait and Spring will begin to make her way up north. Hang in there!

Happy MM! Loved all your beautiful mosaics!

Claudia@DipityRoad said...

*sigh* ohhhh you dirty rat.

:) Just when i get all self convinced that we will have some more months of dreariness you post this lovely thing.

Yes... i have it. but I am trying to squoooosh it down.

Lovely mosic darlin-- music is wonderful

vignette design said...

I would say you have spring fever too! I love your mosaics!

Alison Gibbs said...

Such beautiful mosaics for Mosaic Monday.
While you are awaiting Spring, here in Australia we are days away from Autumn/Fall on 1st March

cinner said...

Karen, your mosaic is absolutely beautiful. I can hardly wait either, still about 3 months away for us, although we have had some great unexpected weather. loved your post. thankyou. have a great week.

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

Oh FABULOUS photos dearest! Those quiet looking streets of New England remind me so much of Marblehead, where we would go every weekend for a stroll into MUCH ADO, our favorite bookstore, and then go to IGGY'S Bread shop and then........oh the memories.

Spring is really just around the corner, even here in the "ice box" of the nation!

Bisous, Anita

GrandmaK said...

Very, very nice!!! Cathy

MARIA said...

I am longing for Spring also.
Love your artjob!

Greetings and best wishes for you my sweet friend Karen!

Kathleen Grace said...

But it is Spring Karen! I'm calling it right now...even though I am home on a snow day and we are getting 6-8" today, it is winters last gasp. I have to believe that, besides, your photos have more flowers than snow. It's a sign right?:>)

Tristan Robin Blakeman said...

Gorgeous photos!!!

Where is the Vicorian Folly? I love it.

And, is that YOUR Green Man plant stand?! What a perfect, perfect icon to showcase greenery.

I'm with you - I"m ready for Spring, too. Unfortunately, more snow predicted this week. argh.

Snap said...

Beautiful, Karen. I understand that Spring will arrive eventually ... at least, it did last year! :D :D

LiLi M. said...

Hard to believe, as it is raining and cold all day here, but when you listen carefully, you'll notice Spring over here: it's the birds' song; it already sounds different and wait wait you can see it too, there are buds and snowdrops everywhere. We just have to wait.
Thanks for your beautiful post! I see you are in Karla's Alice tag book swap too, of course! Have fun!

Anonymous said...

Gorgeous post & photos, and I'm singing right along with you, Karen! :)

Meri said...

Love the mosaics, but the picture of the pussy willows just tickles my heart.

GardenofDaisies said...

What a beautiful neighborhood you live in... NO wonder you can't wait for spring.

Mary said...

Oh yes, I can hardly wait! We got some freezing rain here this morning, and I think we're supposed to see a nor'easter later in the week... :(

Such beauty here, as always! Thanks for sharing at MM, Karen! :)