I finally had a dry and warmish day to walk up through the wet ground on the hillside behind our garage and my carport to snap a photo of our biggest patch of Snowdrops on the property. *LOVE*
This is the patch by the plum tree. We have little patches of them all over the farm yard. Thank heavens Dayle hasn't decided to fire up his Kubota riding mower as yet or he'd mow these down. LOL!
Snowdrops are so sweet but you usually are not able to see the pretty center of the flower unless you turn one over.
There is nothing better than a swath of these little harbingers of Springtime.
I asked Caleb to snap a photo of the Daffodils that are nearing their bloom. I'm excited to see the yellow flowers!
Caleb brought me in a Violet in bloom.. how cute is this? :-) Dayle actually planted this in a pot on the deck for me.
I had to hand wash my silk and alpaca raspberry pink kitty hat. I wore it to a sleep study I had last Thursday in the hospital. My friends, it was quite a difficult night for me. They stuck electrodes all over my head, using this horrible waxy sticky stuff, electrodes near my eyes, mouth, chest, legs and a big band around my chest and waist. They had me "sleep" without my sleep apnea BiPap machine.. I was so uncomfortable I could not sleep for literally HOURS, and when I finally did they found that indeed I still have severe sleep apnea and only then did they wake me up and hook me up to a machine. THEN they woke me up at like 6 am and sent me on my way.. and my hair was filled with that sticky wax stuff and it got all over my hat so I had to wash it. :-)
I thought you might enjoy seeing our Meeka. My nickname for her is.. wait for it.. "fluffy butt". Well, her tail is very fluffy! Our son Shawn, her "dad", brought home a frisbee and everyone has been throwing it for her, boy can she run. We need a new frisbee, though, as she can chew them up at a rapid rate.
I'm off to swim today.. what are your plans for the day?
((hugs)), Teresa :-)