What's new? Saturday was National Scrapbooking Day & I made use of the day with a full on, everything out & unless there is bleeding or a fire, don't disturb me kind of scrapping fest at home. I made breakfast but after that everyone was on their own for food & entertainment.
For one of my spring layouts, I
No mail this week but what I had in the shopping cart was the start of some of my purchased pots for the patio. Still too cold to put them outside. We had a frost warning for Sunday night, so these beautiful pink & delicate lovelies will spend their nights in the garage.
SO much rain lately, all of our rain barrels are full & overflowing. I have often wished we could install an underground cistern system to collect all the rainwater because I just know come August, it will be hot & dry & the barrels will be empty.
On Friday when I was running some errands I noticed two Canadian geese in the grassy area between parking lots & they had a brood of yellow fluff babies. Dad was rounding up the wandering babies so that Mom could cover them up from the pounding rain. Dad was very aggressive so I was not able to get too close.
A thought as we start this week; Plant your own garden instead of waiting for someone to bring you flowers.