Tuesday, April 15, 2014

TiGGy & Tigglet Celebrate Da National Cherry Blossom Festival in Washington D.C.

TiGGy & Tigglet Welcomes Ya
 To Da 2014 National Cherry Blossom Festival! 
 Alongs Da Potomac River Basin
 In's Washington D.C.
 BeautyMosT Cherry Blossoms EverWheres!
 On's A PerfectMosT Spring DaY
 Fairy HeaVeN
 This Be's Da SpoT 
Wheres First Lady Taft accepted Da 
1912 Gift O' 3, 000 Cherry Tree's From Japan 
Da Cherry Blossom Tree's Go All Da WaY 
To Da Jefferson Memorial
 Crossed Da Bridge
 Ahhh Da Jeffyson Memorial
 HaPPy SprinG Cherry Blossoms PeePs!
 LuV, TiGGy & Tigglet


  1. Looks like the perfect Pinkmost day. Glad that both of you were willing to share these great pics! TiGGy and Tigglet, our window on the world around us!

    1. TaNKs Ya KindMosT AnonyPeeP - I LuVs Ta Share Da AdventureZ w/ me PeePs! ~ LuV, TiGGy

  2. I'm glad you could see the beautiful Cwrry Blossom and smell the flowers. Spring is a lovely time.
    Hugs Kay

    1. We were Very Lucky - it turned out to be the very last day of Cherry Blossoms, it rained and sleeted the very next day and they were all gone (though my hubby nabbed some petals for an Easter Surprise you will see soon :)
      TiGGy sends LuV :)

  3. Happy Spring Cherry Blossoms Tiggy and Tigglet!!
    They look beautiful, I can only imagine what 3000 of them would look like!
    Kind regards, Brian.

    1. Thank You Brian - Its a Beautiful story because later when some of the Japanese trees died in Japan, they were able to get cuttings to replenish their stock in Japan. Its also really incredible that this beautiful gift of cherry trees from Japan survived WWII. Its a very inspiring and magical sight
      TiGGy sends LuV :)