The calendar says it is the first day of spring, but it hasn’t necessarily ‘arrived’ in New England. We had snow flurries last night and there are more in the forecast.
I passed this house the other day on the way to the local greenhouse for seeds and had to go back and snap a photo. This really depicts how much snow we still have on the ground here in New England.
We have slivers of dirty grass up against the asphalt but snow banks on the edge of our driveway are still four and five feet high. I’m glad the calendar at least says winter is over, because it gives hope to seeing green before long.
In the meantime, there’s always spring cleaning, a couple of rooms to paint, seeds to start, MG gardening classes to attend, and more things to add to the Etsy shop.
I won’t be bored as I wait to get my hands in the soil again, but I will be impatient.
When my granddaughter was a toddler, she would say her patience hadn’t grown yet. I’m guessing it must run in the family because even at my age, when it comes to gardening my patience hasn’t grown yet either.
Happy spring to everyone while I continue to dream about colors besides white. 🙂