This is my Second Breakfast. See, no matter how much I eat, I always end up getting hungry during church. This morning, I tried to stave off such hunger by eating a second breakfast shortly before leaving the house. These are my home made biscuits with my sister's home made blueberry jam. They were good, but I still got hungry in church.
The Cherry Chip hat. I wet the ribbing down and bunched it in some, so it's not as loose. I've got plenty of yarn left, and will probably do another hat with it. I want to figure out a slouchy hat, since those seem to be in fashion these days. Next hat, I will do the ribbing on size 3 needles.
We went from snow on the ground two weeks ago, to plum blossoms today.
I first noticed them this afternoon, but they probably have been blooming a couple of days now.
Right now only two trees are blooming.
But the rest have buds on them. So do the pear trees.
Rylea loves pears.
And I love daffodils. Except that daffodils mean spring is coming. And spring means summer will soon be here. I hate summer. To me, summer means endless, crippling, unrelenting heat, an acid that you can't wipe away.
Sheesh, I'm ready for fall already!