After sitting in the dental chair for nearly 3 hours yesterday all I wanted to do when I got home was take a nap, and then sit out on the back patio and get finish up a few rug hooking projects I’ve been working on this week.
I know I’ve said it before, but I really love this time of year. I love being able to pop outside for a few minutes each day to plant a few seeds or to fill a container garden with spring starts.
Lucy loves to tag along as well, sniffing out treasures and soaking up the sunshine. Which was pretty rare this winter here in the Pacific Northwest.
Do you have a strawberry patch? Are your berries bouncing back yet? It’s hard to imagine I’ll be picking berries 90 days from now.
And our laurel hedge in the back. I love watching it’s tiny flowers get ready to bloom.
But lately, it’s the dance of the hostas that I’m most eager to watch when I sit outside with my cuppa each morning. Last week their tips had just broken the soil… and this week the hosta plants are about 6 inches high.
Spring… I love it. So many gifts are being unwrapped before our very eyes.
Have a great weekend everyone,
Mavis and Lucy