The first true sign of Spring in Northeast Ohio is the mud. Here is Pumpkin after a few minutes outside this morning. I do not have the same issue with Cutter because he hates to get his paws wet. He actually resorted to pooping on the driveway the other day rather than step in puddles...Thanks, buddy.
Pumpkin is on the hunt for baby bunnies. The past two tears, a not so intelligent momma bunny has nested on our patio. Last year, we tried to move the nest once Pumpkin discovered it, but it was too late...
I loathe the thaw and muddy paw prints all over my house, but when the daffodils bloom, my mood brightens.
Unfortunately, the Lilies of the Valley have decided that they are no longer content with staying in the beds, and are now coming up THROUGH my driveway. UGH!
We have had quite a few strong wind/rainstorms, and we lost a large tree just beyond the fence. It came down on the remains of the old barn. :( That will be fun to clean up.
At least, the mornings are a little easier with the warmer weather and extended daylight. My girl look pretty chipper for 7am!
Hopefully, I will get back to more hooking today, I worked on the Indian in my Brave Hunter rug. Kris Miller had the great idea of using this striped wool for his pants. I think that I really like how it looks, but may have to switch out a few of the stripes depending how the colors of the rest of the rug work out.
Have a great day!