Golly is it dreary outside as I type this blog post. March is such a fickle month, it's not quite winter and it's not truly spring. I am ready for slightly warmer sunnier weather. Everyone I talk to is whining about the weather (maybe I start the whining?). Everyone is itching for spring, for coatless freedom.
The preschooler (well almost preschooler!) is super sassy and makes for a babysitting day a challenging day for me. I know every month she is growing and this is a phase that won't last forever but I wonder how I did it with my two children. We both know that the terrible twos is coined that phrase for a reason. At the end of a babysitting day, I am beat!
My son used to lay down and scream his head off in public all the time. I must have been battle weary, right? The thing about aging is that memories are softened around the edges and well, I don't remember my frustration or my annoyance. Time erases facts and replaces fond feelings.
I'm looking forward to boundless blue skies, walking with the little girl and getting all the wiggles out. Breathing in fresh air and wearing a light jacket instead of a winter coat. I'm eagerly awaiting some green foliage as well.
The little girl lives near a deer farm and we walk to say 'hello' to them. If we walk the opposite way there is a cow farm. So far, the cows haven't been out in the pasture yet but when they are, we will be walking to them to say 'hello' as well. I do love living in rural PA.
I'm trying to find a pattern for the messy skein so I have something for my 'adventure' over the weekend. Hopefully, I'll make my decision soon and I'll remember to take photos of my upcoming adventure.
As promised, the winner of the giveway is:
two cables n' a frapp
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