Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Welcoming Sights!

The brightly colored crocuses that have made their appearances in our front yard are a very welcome sight!  Many have expanded their boundaries into our front lawn.  Two weeks ago we had large piles of snow and now ... ah, spring has arrived.  Warmer temperatures allow for daily walks outside.  Gloves and certainly not boots are necessary today.

That could mean only one thing - last night our outdoor grill was heated!  
A tempting grilled cheeseburger with the gooey cheese melting down the sides onto the sesame seed bun tasted so good!  Every bite was enjoyed!  Devouring cheeseburgers at dinner is not a habit, but the first grilled cheeseburger of the year is always wonderful.  Sure, we also ate a large veggie salad, but the cheeseburger was eaten very quickly.  :)

With April 1 two days away and word s..n..o..w mentioned, sure glad we used our outdoor grill last night! 

We enjoyed!
Yummy!

6 comments:

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

Cheeseburgers are my favorite meal! That's what I had for my birthday! I wonder what kind of cheese that is that melted so beautifully! ♥

Pam said...

Yeah, that nasty word is in our forecast in the next couple of days. Love your crocuses; it it so wonderful to see them in the spring time. Haven't seen any buds here yet. But your grilled cheeseburgers are great! Love all that gooey cheese!!!

Carol @ There's Always Thyme to Cook said...

That nasty word is in our forecast as well :(

But that burger looks delicious, the cheese looks so good and so gooey!

Rita said...

It will be a little while before we are ready to grill; still snow at home. Those flowers are beautiful!
Rita

JG said...

Lavender Dreamer- Topped with 2 slices of Kraft individually wrapped American Cheese! :)

Pam & Carol- Gooey cheese on top tastes so good.

Rita- My Snow Crocuses were hidden for so long and now they are taking over our lawn.

Mary said...

JG, that's a fine looking burger. I hope you remain snow free for the remainder of the year. Have a great weekend. Blessings...Mary