Yesterday it snowed!! This cardinal wasn't that amused by the snowflakes but today it's downright springlike so the birdfeeder has been a happening place and all the snow was gone by lunchtime yesterday.
Spring arrives tomorrow ... so the calendar says! I'm knitting a winter-to-spring transition cowl called Planted Seeds on Ravelry in a yummy Bluebell color so I'm counting on a slight chill in the air for me to wear it a few more weeks. March usually goes out like a lion and April comes in like a lamb, right? The yarn by Mountain Meadow is wonderful to work so far and the color makes me swoon for springy days and picnics by the river.
I'm about to fix dinner much to my oldest's complaints ... he's never very fond of this recipe but it's sooooooo good, so simple, and everyone else in the house likes it ... maybe the upteenth time will be the charm?!
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On an entirely random but most important note ... I've a sweet friend whose mother passed away last year and she dearly misses her greatly as you can imagine. Grief of loved ones is such a personal thing and we all handle our sorrows in different ways. Please lift my friend up in prayer; may God guide her in all ways and give her motherly wisdom through her years to come and have the faith in knowing her mother is always with her. Thank you sweetly.