What crazy weather we’ve been having……a statement I’m hearing from everyone lately. Areas that are generally mild are getting hit with lots of snow, others such as ours have simply had dustings. First time in years we didn’t have a white Christmas. Yesterday & today its low 60’s and the doors are open….not that I’m complaining I love the fresh air. But its like mother nature is teasing me.
I want so badly to get out and putter in the garden. At least I can use this mild weather to weed the strawberry bed and lessen the work in the spring. We’ve been the recipients of weekly loads of rabbit poo to be dumped in the garden. We’d had quite a bit to mulch with last year and the veggies loved it! I’m expecting this year to be even better as all we’ve received this winter will be tilled prior to planting. Never thought I’d be so excited about poo~
It’s been a while since I’ve updated here & there is a lot to catch up on.
The addition is pretty much done. We’ve yet to finish off the studio but, Larry (the most awesome husband) brought me home an 8 ft table so I can set up the sewing machines. The wool is all organized in bins & needless to say there is more than I thought. Translate that to mean I could have insulated the new addition with wool if I’d needed to! Yes, gathered all together there is A LOT more than I thought taking up much needed space…which means I need to get busy knitting. I could store some down in the
land from which people never return basement but I know me and it would be out of sight out of mind.
I’ve photo’s aplenty on the lap top I’ll post once It gets home from the computer surgeon. Seems I had some nasty virus that was shutting everything down. It’s due to be done today but I’m not holding my breath.
We’ve had a few changes as I mentioned earlier. A new baby added to the family and a wedding in May OF THIS YEAR for our oldest daughter Danielle.
Which means there will be a lot of DIY projects to come