Day after day we have had exceptionally beautiful mornings. The above average temperatures have many of us worried. What's next? Why is this happening?
Should I rake the leaves out of the garden? Will there be another frost?
Not as much fog as yesterday...nor were the oranges in the sky.
Zipped through chores.
See Abbe? She slept on top of her manure last night. So unladylike.
When I got down to the chorus rehearsal Greg was tickling the ivories while everyone was arriving.
I could listen to him all day. Today Mary Ellen (our director) said something very interesting. "Who can complain about this weather....it could be a once in a lifetime experience." She is right, we need to savor every moment and hope for a reasonable summer.
We have several performances coming up...one tomorrow.
Today, the drumming was the best it has been and I look forward to more. Unfortunately the surgery on my knee is going prevent me from participating in our final concert.
There are so many flowers in bloom....everywhere....it's March man......
Picked up lunch in the village....
and headed back to the farm.
We are in the yellow mode there too.
Had a very relaxing afternoon and did not go out to do evening chores until 7:15.
The ponies are getting used to the routine...going in later.
We are still on a roll with our sunsets.