H and I pass by these canoes and kayaks whenever we take one of our favorite river walks. Although they are dormant this time of year, come summer most will be cruising down the river.
I find that if I slow down and really pay attention, I can find little signs of spring in even the smallest nooks and crannies.
Group shots were inevitable whenever we visited Grandma. This one of my sisters and our cousins was typical, although it appears that Sister L was a little distracted. I would love to know what she was observing that the rest of us weren’t.
The process of remodeling our two upstairs bathrooms has begun. It’s amazing to see the inner layers of our home, areas that haven’t been exposed to light in almost forty years.
Enjoying some fresh veggies and adding a little color to a cold and overcast day.
Well… I believe we each did a fine job of matching our outfits, although I don’t know why Sister S thought she needed such a large pocketbook. As for me, I wish I knew what I had been visualizing that morning when I chose that ensemble.
The tulip tree is one of my favorite flowering trees. It is the quintessential sign of spring to me. The blooms don’t last long, which makes me love them even more.