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sorry for all the typos I had to edit
I just now updated Tender Dirt to its new location. I feel like I work on my blogs alot, but always seem behind somehow. It fits in with the rest of my life 😉
The weather is terrifically sloppy, although nothing like the West. Whew! What weather this year…. so strange that it is front and center in all the news.
We are on some sort of Ohio time warp here. The usual freeze from January came at Christmas time, and the thaw is what we are now experiencing. Lots and lots of water. Ponds and drips, showers, and that heavy saturated feeling when too much gray and too much wet has inundated your soul.
I am still at the reading, eating too much chocolate, and drinking too much coffee stage, but closing in on that feeling where your very bones feel jumpy and crying out for sunshine and the freedom of walking around in the garden. I would sink three inches in if I tried that today.
I missed the foggy pics I wanted to take, the day I drove my mother home was the single day of enveloping fog…bad timing, I know.
Our Christmas tree is still in good shape…of course now I really don’t want to go through another dismantling, this time for the end of the season. The Concolor has stayed supple, it’s only drawback is that young trees are a little too supple when hung with ornaments.
that reminds me. The ornaments have taken on a decidedly heavy dominance. They don’t make those feather light types as much as the resin, which weigh too much. Oh I know… you don’t want to talk Christmas ornaments. I don’t either right now. Subject dropped.
Where are my catalogs? I haven’t gotten even one garden catalog…. I’ll have to sign up anew I guess. But I want to look at them now. [petulance and sighing]