Spring Festival 2022: Week #10~A Honeysuckle Post

Welcome to week #10 of Spring Festival 2022.

When I was a child we lived on a block that was shaped like a narrow oval. Our house was located at the beginning of one of the shorter sides. I remember when I was finally allowed to walk from my house to the end, which was about 3-4 houses long. I loved it and did it several times a day. Probably the main reason I made this journey was because the house at the end had all these lovely honeysuckle vines and each trip I would pick two or three to taste. Sweet memories.

This challenge will probably run for 12 weeks, with the last week being a wrap up. You can link up here or on any of the individual weeks.  Be sure to tag your post Spring Festival 2022 so it is easy to find in the reader.

Spring is one of my favorite seasons. It is the season that showcases the vibrancy of pinks and purples, and of course, yellows. Click here to see how Spring has sprung in my neighborhood.

11 thoughts on “Spring Festival 2022: Week #10~A Honeysuckle Post

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  4. I love honeysuckle too! Mine will be my last post on Monday – some beautiful flowers that have become wild here in Cornwall and flowering at the moment in the lanes around me. Thank you for hosting this challenge, it has been wonderful to share what is happening in our beautiful spring season.

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