Thank goodness the clocks sprang forward, and the days are getting longer and warmer. Spring began with a snowstorm for Winter’s last hurrah. We had lots of rain and ice in December and January, real snow began in February.
At least we knew the last snow wouldn’t last long so we were more lax in its cleanup. Turkeys are back, beehives are ready for their new inhabitants, and a bear broke into our neighbor’s screened porch last night. Time to say goodbye to the bird feeders and make sure the bees’ electric fence is charged up.
I hope these trees spring back after the thaw.
I finished three blankets on the loom and three quilts, more about them in another post. My green thumb does much better indoors than out.
Maybe because I don’t have to weed or fend off predators. Instead, I get to sit back and wait for sunset.