Spring is busy, busy, busy — 5 Comments

  1. Melody,

    One thing I’ve learned in life is that there really isn’t a “perfect” place to live. They all have their down side. Some more than others. And what’s perfect for one person sure isn’t for others. We “bloom where we’re planted”…at least for the time.

  2. Beautiful sunset. When I read about your winters Jackie and others commenting about tornado watches, I wil refrain from complaining about the rain and gray here on the western part of Washington state. But I was raised on the central coast of California where it was pretty much perfect weather year round. I left the area 1979. Really miss it, but that is life. The population there isn’t 2400 anymore either.

  3. Thanks for addressing the ham bone issue again. I wish I’d live closer because I’d love to help, but I don’t have the energy to put in the time commitment you do. It must be that the more you do…the more you have. Spring WILL come eventually.

  4. Sandy A,

    Wow, I can’t even imagine 80 degrees ABOVE zero!!! But the tornado watches suck. Will is out using our sawmill and I just finished canning bean soup. So we’re really glad to be feeling better too.

  5. Your peppers look great!

    So glad your health is steadily improving. It’s 80 here in southern Missouri, but tornado watches are out.