Wednesday, March 29, 2017


Watching laundry dancing on the breeze on a sunny day is good for what ails ya, guaranteed to cure the winter blues.  Any excuse to get outside yesterday was a good one.  All those dark, long-sleeve shirts and my flannel gown will soon be replaced with tee-shirts and tank tops.  The bibbies will, of course, stay on.  (I was told in the grocery store the other day that I looked "cute" in my overalls.  "Cute" is not a word I associate with myself nor with bibbies, but I took it as a compliment and said thank you.)

It being that time of year, I had to spend a good portion of the day inside at the computer.  The onerous task was made more palatable by glancing past the monitor at the glorious bouquet of forsythia just outside.  I love that the plant holds its blossoms for so long.  The lilacs in front of the kitchen window are just putting out buds.  They are a catch-me-quick flower because they fade so fast.

Cam and Honey stopped by in the afternoon and we sat out on the porch to enjoy more sunshine therapy.  It was a good day.

1 comment:

Kathryn Williams said...

Sunshine therapy is the best. The forsythia is gorgeous. I have a "Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow" plant (Brunfelsia pauciflora 'Floribunda'...I had to look it up and copy and paste), and our rains plus its recent maturity had made it glorious!