Anyone who used to watch Sesame Street in the 80’s might remember this one:
(That’s about the screen quality I saw it in at the time, too.) Anyway, that song has been in my head all week as we finally have been doing some earth-turning, week pulling, worm-finding, and seed-planting!
Not garden-related, but spring-themed: Look at my pretty door! I’ve been scowling at my ugly storm door all winter and now it’s off and I can see my nice shiny black door and forsythia wreath. And my hubby got me that hanging basket of petunias.
Petey is fun to watch outside in his very element, with so many new things to poke around in. He NEVER wants to come back inside these days.
I’m very happy to be out in the garden again and getting onions, peas, broccoli, and lettuce into the ground!
This also makes me happy — how adorable is my Paul’s hand-drawn garden plan, composed back in January? We’ll have to compare and contrast his efforts to Dave’s spreadsheets I’ve heard about!
For real, people, those are tiny strawberries. Already! Hooray!
Other not-so-hot “real” things: Allergies hitting big time for me and the kids, ugh; deer eating my tulips; and bunnies eating my parsley and squirrels attacking the bird feeder. Oh well, it’s all part of spring, and I welcome it!
Head over to Like Mother Like Daughter to check out some more captured contentment!