It’s spring fever. That is what the name of it is. And when you’ve got it, you want — oh, you don’t quite know what it is you do want, but it just fairly makes your heart ache, you want it so! ~Mark Twain
Time flies, sometimes we fly with it, and sometimes it just drags us along. Lately I’ve been flying on the wings of much to accomplish, plan for, and loved ones to help and be with. Each day has an agenda of stuff to accomplish and a list to check off. I must admit, I find it exhilarating to be so busy once again. It’s a happy time around here….tax season, spring, a shower and wedding to plan, and time with my favorite peoples, with a few snatched moments to work at art projects.
I love watching the trees bud out each day, the snow melt away and the greening of our Mitten. The birds are singing once again, and we’ve had days with the windows open.
Every April, God rewrites the Book of Genesis. ~Author Unknown
I am watching a sweet dog for a few days, Maggie, and we are enjoying a morning walk together. She’s sending me mental telepathy here….walk, walk, walk…..this is what I miss about having a dog. She accepts no excuses!
We enjoyed a few outings in March, the urge to escape these walls was great. We went to the new aquarium that opened at Great Lakes Crossing, and to the zoo….all were interesting distractions and I especially enjoyed watching little eyes take in the new sights and sounds.
The aquarium deserves a blob post all its own, as Jeff captured some beautiful images.
A few images from our visit to the Detroit Zoo:
It was CCCChilly, still. And the Littles were most interested in exploring the environment.
The zoo deserves its own post too!
The first day of spring is one thing, and the first spring day is another. The difference between them is sometimes as great as a month. ~Henry Van Dyke
The month ahead promises to be a memorable one. We have Jackie’s bridal shower, mid month. Also I have this house and yard to whip into shape for the upcoming wedding reception in our backyard on May 30. Spring cleaning, sprucing up, and various projects will be on the agenda. But in the end, the wedding will happen regardless of how much I manage to finish. Nothing like a party deadline to open one’s eyes about the less than lovely aspects of your home. It’s a way to get things in shape and be able to enjoy the rewards long past the event.
We wish you a happy and blessed Easter!