Spring is so close I can almost taste it!
I am counting the days until my girls are home for Easter.
The first crocuses have made a timid appearance.
I awoke to the sounds of birds chirping this morning.
Spring Parent/Teacher conferences were this week....something like 16 hours of them...and now they are done!
I took a step towards healing. After giving up my van in which I have spent the better part of the past eleven years (side eye to my children), I feel less separation anxiety after filling the little H-RV aka Harvey for the first time. $15.32. Correct. Fifteen dollars and thirty-two cents.
Love is in the air for the wild bunnies so they are putting on a show right in my own backyard as they attempt to impress all the lady bunnies.
Someone rang my doorbell yesterday and asked to buy my house. That will make you take a second look at all you take for granted.
I have two packages of tomato seeds started. I report that without a hint of cynicism despite a very spotty history in tomato farming. Hope springs eternal!