Daylight Savings Time…is the extra hour at the end of the day worth the total discombobulation of my body? I just wonder why we fell back in the first place. I’m sure I love the extra sun, when it’s there, but the time-change thing seems random…
The rains have greened up the lawns and budded up the trees and shrubs. The daffodils have been in bloom for over a week and the tulips are reaching for the sky. Peonies are popping up and the daisies and coneflower are stretching out. I bought a new garden journal and I’m going to keep it going past planting time this year, I promise.
The orchid show is still going on over at the Zoo and I spent both mornings this week-end meeting and greeting the visitors there. I started back at the Yoga Center today and will be feeling it tomorrow, I’m sure, in a good way. Like the flowers, my muscles are waking up, too.
Seems like Winter is on its way out, but I know all too well that you can never tell when there will be another snap of cold and even snow. Still, the birds are starting back North and the home-birds are stirring around for nesting material.
I started a Photo 101 class with WordPress last week. I’m posting the pictures daily over at the MadWoman site, so if you’ve wondered where I am, look there. There is a theme and a lesson each day Mon-Fri. These are my submissions to the prompts of: Home, Street, Water, Bliss, and Solitude…
The Photo class continues for 3 more weeks. I start a Writing class on Thursday. I’ll be working over at the Zoo greenhouse propagating plans for the plant sale on Wednesday. Seems like I go from Zero to Sixty quickly after the weather breaks.
7 more days until the Spring Equinox!!! We’re going to make it, I believe.