Daylight Savings Time slipped in last weekend and a week filled with rainy days followed.
I love rainy days – but a week of them? I’ve had my fill, thanks.
Sunny skies and dry ground – that’s what I’m looking for.
It’s time to reconnect with the earth and enjoy the changes that all the birds are tweeting about.
In other words – it’s time to get out the garden fork and turn over the garden soil. Time to get my hands dirty. Time to work my stiff muscles and build back what I lost during Winter’s idle days. Time to plan the gardens and purchase seeds.
It’s time to face the future and embrace now.
Spring grass is growing. Wild onions and blue hyacinths, henbit and chickweed will choke the yard – and the mower – if action is not taken soon. As much as I dislike the thought of cranking the mower before late April, I have plans to begin early this year.
Early – as in this week.
The hedges will receive their first shearing this week, too. Best to get it done before the poison ivy leafs out.
Gardens begun, grass cut, hedges trimmed…. That’s what’s planned outdoors for this upcoming week.
And, I’m looking forward to every scratch, blister, and sore muscle that will result. 😉
Of course, I’ll need my days to be longer than they were this past week. I’ve not yet figured out how to stretch 24 hours into 36. (If I could just figure out a way to live without sleeping or eating – oh the things I could accomplish.)
Heading into this week – head up, looking for opportunity, big plans, high hopes.