It seems that spring has sprung here in Ohio! Now, I know we're headed for some cold weather in the next week or so, but there have been clear evidences this past week that spring is here...it's just going to hide for a bit for the next few days.
You know spring has arrived when...
The rhubarb is beginning to make it's way through the soil - I can taste the pie already...
The daffodils promise to come forth with color...soon...
Spring projects have begun! This was once our sandbox complete with four railroad ties around the perimeter and filled with sand. Our girls no longer really use the sandbox (sniff, sniff), so we decided to use the sand underneath the pool this year and turn this area into grass. We moved the railroad ties across the yard to use them for holding firewood up off the ground. Creative, 'eh?
Birds are singing and are out and about
Hot rods and classic cars are cruisin' and rumblin' down the street looking all shiny!
Windows are open in the house and the spring air smells wonderful!
We saw three robins the other day.
My girls are outside as soon as they are done with their school work.
My husband has spring fever and wants to get things done in the yard and the house (YEAH!)
I can smell the dirt when it rains and envision flowers in the flower bed (call me crazy, but I love how the scents of spring waft through the air after it rains!)
We see more people walking their dogs and just walking the neighborhood.
Easter is coming! I'm so thankful we celebrate the Lord's resurrection each year. It's a good reminder to me of what He did on the cross for me, even though I do think of it throughout the year too. It's a blessed time of family coming together. The worship services and praise music on that weekend especially make my heart sing with joy!
I hope you are enjoying these precious few days of spring...rain or shine. We will be enduring the unbearably hot weather again very soon and be stuck back in the house with the AC running full blast before we know it (at least I will, I don't handle high humidity gracefully I'm afraid).
All my best to you today,