Friday, March 18, 2011

The most amazing thing

I found onions that I must have missed last year growing in my front flower bed! The chives in the front pot are up and my tulips that I planted in the fall are showing thier tips!!! Spring is finally here!!!!

The littlest monster were outside cleaning up the doggy mess. They did get out there several times over the winter but it still gets to be such a mess. It was a good thing they did it, since we ended up staying here and having a fire! Good friends, drinks and a fire, ahhhhhh spring!

I had a mole removed today. I even got a stitch. I go back on Tuesday to get a lump/bump removed off of my face. Then the following week I go to get the stitches out. I'm just happy they are going and gone.

If the weather holds then I need to get out and assess the winter damage to my yard. Teenage monster and I already had to dig at the bottom of a section of privacy fence to put in a board as the bottom came loose from the post. I'm just happy that we didn't have to replace the whole panel. I hope that the grapes, blueberries and the apple ! Even though I think I planted them way to early, they helped with the winter that wouldn't end.

Lots to do tonight... Our town does this thing once a month. It is to help increase foot traffic in the historic downtown. Tonight is all about shopping and beer! Like who can't get with the program...huh?!? So we will be down there. I hope to sign up with the women of our town. They do charity things and get togethers. I think it will be interesting.. LOL!

Enough rambling!
Gotta Run,
Yart

3 comments:

Mother's Moon's Message said...

spring is here.. so much to do.. so little time... enjoy

SkippyMom said...

I walked the pups today [for the first time in forever!] such beautiful weather and I saw all the daffodils and tulips starting to peek out - it is almost here! Yipppee!

Sounds like you have a full weekend planned - have fun!

mmpaints said...

LOL Yart, I have some of those mystery onions too. A couple garlic cloves I missed as well. Glad the "surgery" went well, hope the other is just as simple.