As all North Texan’s are writing/saying, “and it’s snowing”. My garden has been started with broccoli, onins, lettuce, spinach, carrots, beets, and snap peas. There is a calendar I follow. Everything is popping up through the soil–those tender little sprouts stretching upward toward the warm sunshine. Today I covered them all to protect against this uninvited cold front that plans to spend the weekend with me.
Today is the first day of Spring and I have been walking each day carrying the baby in order to drop these winter pounds. I’ve also been in search of new life to photograph. My husband seeks bugs and frogs. I seek plant life. Our pasture is full of it.
While this intruding weather settles in for a couple of days, I will get some necessities done around the house along with half day sleeping since I work night shifts all weekend. Afterall, what can one do when it’s 38 outside and raining. Really.