A mysterious package showed up on my doorstep.
It was there when we opened the door as the man was leaving for work.
Well, you can guess what I thought it might be.
Especially since it was sort of steamy looking in the brisk night air.
it wasn't on fire...
and no one was giggling in the bushes.
The man figured it out very quickly.
Our neighbor to the north has a wood smoke BBQ business...
and a fondness for the pig bull herself.
Roxy got a bag of bones!
I gave her one as soon as I came back in and she was delighted.
They still smelled savory and smokey...
a few tid bits where stuck here and there.
What a great guy our neighbor is!
Naturally she wanted to dine at our best table.
Too cold to send her outside or into the chilly shop.
But we reached a compromise.
Her bed is washable.
I can hear the crunching from here.
What a glorious Saturday we had!
The sun was shining and it was warmish.
The man and I worked together in the front yard.
There were old sections of Japanese maples
that I needed cut out.
The man fought with his chain saw until they were gone.
I attacked some bushes that I've been dying to get rid of...
and got rid of them.
There was debris to remove from a recent wind storm.
March has come in like a lion and I'm hoping
will now go out like a lamb.
It was so nice to be in the sunshine!
Warm enough that I removed my hoodie.
I have needed nice weather.
Then this morning the gloom returned.
It matched my mood.
I don't like Sundays now the way I used to not like Mondays.
The man goes back to work and for
Along with my gloomy mood
came rain, hail and for a bit... snow flakes.
But by late afternoon, the sun was back.
I am sooooo ready for spring!