...again. Two months in a row. How weird is that?
As the Spring Equinox approaches, our garden is doing its best to ramp up. The tulips are emerging:
The freesias are popping up everywhere:
and the roses are starting up:
Now if we only could have more rain!
Up this weekend: It's Spin-In for Pi Day! Unfortunately, I can't make a decent pie, so I'm going to stick with celebrating St. Patrick's Day early. I have an appointment earlier in the day, so I don't have the time to bake anything. I bought a nice selection of Irish cheeses and the crackers to go with them. I think that will work fine.
At Spin-In, I plan on finishing the singles for the Meteor Shower handspun [Ravelry] and then I'll start on something else.
So Saturday is all planned out, leaving Sunday for chores and other crafty things. Sleep is also on the agenda. This darn time change has seriously messed up my internal clock and I'm awake when I should be asleep, and vice versa.
I think I'll help sleep along tonight with an adult beverage (or two), followed by the requisite two extra strength Excedrin to counteract the resulting headache.
I know how to live, don't I?! :)
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