We had a wonderful day today after a really rainy cold day yesterday. I headed off to swim for an hour and only needed my shawl, not my coat. When I got home my honey was out raking leaves and cleaning up the yard. I snapped some photos of our happy little Snowdrops.
Our little sheltered area in front of the house next to the brick walk up to our old farmhouse porch has filled up with these cute little flowers.
Here is a nice patch by the side of our driveway.
Dayle installed some plexiglass panels in the doors of the chicken coop for the winter to keep the hens warmer.Dayle had collected the eggs from the nest and laid them on our big maple stump for the time being while he raked.
Our 4 hens, Lacey, Buffy, Hershey and Shelby. We might get one more tomorrow - that will lay light blue/green eggs.
The fuzzy buds of my Star Magnolia.. they will open soon.
The magnolia tree seems to be a haven for all sorts of moss and lichen.
The fragrant Daphne Odora will be open soon!
Yellow daffodils are shooting up.
The fish are happy that it's warmer.
When I posted this colorful skein of yarn on my last post, my blog friend Pammy Sue borrowed the image and made it her desktop photo - I thought that was neat, so I did too! Feel free to use it for your desktop! :-)
I got some work done on my new shawl while I volunteered at Multnomah Falls yesterday with my sister Denise and friend Shirley. We are training Shirley to be a volunteer there, too! I also had a visitor join us for lunch, my blog friend Betsy who was on her way to help out with her little granddaughter in Portland. That was fun!
I am loving how this yarn is working up! It's Deborah Norville Serenity Garden in the Sea colorway.
We have no big plans for the weekend, which suits me fine. How about you? ((hugs)), Teresa :-)