March 20, 2015
Good morning. Gosh, if I don't type fast, it will be noon before I finish this post. It's cold here and I just did not want to come out from under my warm covers this morning. Even Pogo crawled in with me this morning.
Well, I've waited all through this miserably cold and snowy winter for Spring to arrive, and that day has finally come. According to the folks on the Weather Channel and my calendar, Spring is here! So far I cannot find her. Believe me, I'm looking. I want so much to see tiny sprigs of green poking up through the snow but alas it is not happening here.
Sometime today we are expecting snow, and then again later during the night and tomorrow before it mixes with rain. It seems there is yet another wicked cold front waiting to come through the Northeast next week too.
Well, the good news is that I do believe my taxes are done. I took the last bits of information to the accountant yesterday. Soon, he will send me all the papers to sign and mail. TADA!!! I celebrated last night by putting a couple of rows on the Aruba Sea afghan before I fell asleep. (I know, I'm so exciting it's disgusting!)
On a brighter note, I have some photos to share that I thought were quite interesting. It always amazes me at how determined and strong nature is. Any crack in the ground is big enough for new life to start growing. I took these photos in the parking lot at our condo in Florida. I think that Nature's tenacity is just awesome, and something that a lot of humans could learn from.
Later today when Joe gets home from work, we'll go food shopping. I think I'll see if they have any good looking barbequed chicken for supper tonight. Whatever chicken is left over after supper will make a tasty salad for tomorrow's lunch.
Well, that's about all the news I have for today. Soon it will be time to raid the refrigerator for something tasty for Pogo's lunch. He's already turned up his nose at the doggie food that I gave him for breakfast. So, till Sunday, Y'all be warm and have a fantabulous first day of Spring.
Hugs, Edna B.