|From a previous year|
It turned the corner here in the Central Ohio area. Patches of snow are all that are left after the warming temperatures and rains. I will have to post some of my older, but still beautiful, spring photos in celebration.
Outside it is a bit dreary and I need to pick up the remainder of the hot tub canvas cover, etc. I will, as soon as I am done working on what seems to be mushrooming work both on the computer and inside the house.
That is where we get that old saying: “When it rains, it pours”. Everything is building up and can just wait so long before it takes on its irresistible power and momentum.
Get ready for it, because that is the nature of Spring!
|Lenten Roses from previous years|
The Inside Garden
I didn’t mind the cold as much as most people because it is always my time for reflection, for puttering on the internet, for getting into the insides of code and gain understanding and facility with computer work.
I also wrote a bit more than usual.
Example is this post on Evernote, a really useful app for alll your devices, from phone to Pc to iPad.
I reactivated the TrueGrit blog, which is one of my oldest blogging projects. Where I learned to use WordPress (and Movable type before that). It isn’t ready for prime time yet, though, since I just learned how to make the domain name go to the proper place, import old posts (over 2000) and am now updating their structure, editing, deleting, and trying to get the posts and photos to find each other!
But I find I do want to write on some of the topics that I used to. The spiritual ones, not the political ones.
I am also thinking about moving this entire blog to a new home on wordpress with a new domain name. I haven’t committed to it yet.
|I wrote about those tulips I planted a couple years ago.|
The Actual Garden
Outside I have my work cut out for me. The vegetable beds were left in disarray last year, so I have lots to do before I can plant this season.
There is plenty of pruning to do, since I couldn’t manage to face the frigid temperatures. Not healthy for me, either. But my sabbatical from gardening now means it is time to make the outdoors one of my regularly scheduled activities.
Such a wimp, that is what I’ve become.