I can't wait to see you on Saturday!! There's always so much happening with you, not the least of which are BIRTHDAYS, including those of all three of my girls!! This year, you have Easter, too, which is also Alison's birthday… so I found the magazine clipping with the Bunny Cake that I made for her in 1995, and will be making it again.
No pressure or anything, but March was kind of a big let-down in the weather department, and I'm hoping you'll shine a bit more. I know that spring is a transition time and it's Wisconsin and blahblahblah — it would have been nice to just have a couple of nice days in a row out of 31. I'll bet you can do better… I know you have it in you.
After trips to Florida in January, and New Orleans in February-into-March, I'm staying put in April (and May, too). I'm looking forward to spending some quality time at home — sprucing up, fixing up, cleaning up (and out). Change is afoot!
And I'm really looking forward to spending some time outside, watching the yard & garden come alive, and getting out with the kids.
Speaking of whom, I watched them for a couple of hours yesterday and — WOW — it's nonstop fun & energy. Also, lots of following Gin up the stairs.
Anyway, after I finish the dreaded and extremely distasteful task that is taxes — which, obviously, I've been avoiding (…sort of; I've been doing a lot of tax-related stuff for others) — I hope to continue finding time for reading and knitting and sewing, too!
I'd like to get at least one more Gingeranium Dress made, and continue sewing/cutting the Alabama Chanin Magdalena A-line Tunic that I started late last summer. And I just cast on Summer Camp with a couple of the hanks I dyed the other day.
Let's have a creative, fun, productive 30 days, shall we? With some nice weather, too??
P.S. This is my 3,000th blog post!! They're not all published posts, but still… Wow.