Sunday, March 2, 2014

Last of the wood

Today is March 2, -17F and I'm looking at the last three pieces of wood allocated for this winter. It's been such a cold winter that we went through the wood much faster than normal. Now I'll have to start using what is stored in the wood shed for next winter. Good thing I'm a bit obsessive about being ready!

This is what happens when I get to longing for spring:

I just had to buy some flowers. Oh, they smell lovely.

I've been working on egg cleanup this morning. The hens are just as tired of snow and winter as I but keep laying.

3 comments:

Sue Garrett said...

I've been buying dianthus for the house and they seem to last really well.

Leigh said...

Hi! I wanted to come by to return the blog visit and thank you for taking the time to comment on mine. How wonderful that your hens are such cooperative layers despite your bitter cold!

Tanya Walton said...

Those eggs look wonderful...at least the hens are keeping you happy in eggs.