I have jackets/coats/parkas suitable for any temperature between – 40C to + 15C in my hallway right now. I don’t intend to pack away the real winter-gear until I have a lawn outside my patio – but right now it seems to be a long way away.
However, swans and geese seem to be confident that spring is here.
… 3rd – or maybe even 4th!
I’ve lost count. This is however the first time that Loki has been stopped by a seemingly deep river when he wanted to take off up the hill! You could almost Think he’s become a bit prissy – not wanting to muddy his feet…
This is a very appropriate illustration to what Life is like right now.
I am, however, hopeful that May will come with considerable changes.
Good thing this guy puts a smile on my face many times during our walks…
A few days visiting Dad and -B- did a world of good.
I might even find the energy to get the loom ready this week, since they’re promising more cloudy weather.
While I was standing there, watching Loki digging himself down in a pit…
…thinking “Yeah, dig yourself tired” – it dawned on me that’s exactly what I’ve done lately.
Good thing I only have two more days before Easter.
I always marvel at how these birds survive.
Imagine searching for food underwater – summer and winter, building your nest under bridges or among rocks close to running water…
Yes, I’m taking a break. Hopefully I’ll be back with new energy by Easter.
Yesterday our Grade 7 students were given the opportunity to try jumping into a hole in the ice – under supervision.
This is a voluntary part of our Phys Ed program, but most students will try it at least once during the 3 years in our school. Accolades to the teachers as well!
This morning the mist was like pea soup around Town and Grade 8 and 9 did their jumps without the benefit of doing it under the sun.
Don’t know what happens to the weekends…