2.01.2011

It Might As Well Be Spring

This morning the sun isn't even up yet, but there are birds chirping. It is a sound that I never tire of and reminds me that even though I was in wool a few days ago, spring is just around the corner. Two weeks ago we had a flock of robins in our yard. I had no idea robin's flocked, but apparently they do. I informed them that (at the time) there was still snow on the ground and that perhaps they should come back in a couple of months. They ignored me and continued picking the berries off of our ornamental crab apple tree. 



If we had no winter, the spring would not be so pleasant: if we did not sometimes taste of adversity, prosperity would not be so welcome. 
-- Anne Bradstreet

A BIG THANKS to all of you who took the time to vote on the poll last month. I have to admit that the results surprised me a bit (#1: Personal growth/religious, #2: DIY projects/ideas, #3: Book reviews), but they also gave me some idea of what you want to see and what I should nix, so that was helpful!

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