Hubby is out mowing and I'm doing laundry and cleaning the kitchen. Of course, right now is break time and I'm typing. I just finished watering all my little garden plants. Hopefully, after this week-end when we're looking at a possible 36 degrees overnight Friday or Saturday, I will be able to put the plants out in my hotbed. If I can do that they will grow a whole lot faster but you have to be careful that they don't get too cold at night. I might take them out during the day and bring them in at night. You know, sort of like you do when you're getting plants acclimated to the outdoors. Pretty much same thing, but plants do so much better with real sunshine rather than plant lights.
I also checked my bluebird box and we are going to be parents!!!! YES, BLUEBIRD EGGS!!! My heart just sings! The two Purple Martin are also definitely nesting. Oh, isn't Spring glorious?
And our peas are up!! Oh, it's almost too much! Well, back to work. Talk at ya later.
Whew!! I'm tired again. Seems like I'm saying that a lot here lately.
It sure did get hot today. I actually hung some of the laundry out to dry on the clothes line. I love the smell of clothes dried in the bright sunlight. I don't do it a lot because the dryer is so easy and quick, plus the clothes come out of the dryer with fewer wrinkles, but once in awhile it's nice. I may do a lot more of it in the days to come. I kind of like getting back to the basics. It makes me feel efficient. Besides that it is efficient. No electricity needed!!!
I pulled out all the deck chair pillows and the umbrella today. It just looked so lovely. Of course, I had to turn right around about an hour ago and put them all up because the weatherman is calling for quite a bit of rain and perhaps some severe storms, but when I laid back in my lounge chair and looked up at the sky is was so worth the effort.
Our pear tree is completely full of beautiful white blossoms and our peach tree is close on its heels. The pink and the white is so gorgeous! The forsythia is in full bloom and the tiny primroses are bursting with color. This is such a special time of year.