Geeda having her "wild five minutes"
A month has gone by since I last posted here - a rather long break, but much needed. However, I really missed blogland, and I am glad to be finally back.
First of all, I want to thank all of you who left such encouraging and understanding comments on my last post - you are such wonderful people, and I really missed you. It feels so good to connect again and I hope I'll catch up with your blogs soon. Many of you I visited during my breaks, not always leaving comments, though. I still felt connected with those of you who are also on Facebook, so I was not completely "out".
A lot has been going on here in my little corner of the world. I discovered sure signs of springs
and captured little bits with my camera that made me happy.
The Geek built a new computer for me,
it's super fast, but I had to say good-bye to Windows XP and embrace Windows 7 which I am not so fond of, but oh well. It's okay, and by now I'm used to it.
I also painted a lot
and made a bunch of journals and mini-journals which are available in my Etsy store.
So. There is one BIG thing going on in our life that I cannot tell you about right now. Hopefully in another three weeks or so, although I can't wait to share this with you. It consumes quite a bit of my time, which means I might not be in blogland on a regular basis - but I will be there.
For the time being, I'm enjoying the awakening spring. My garden certainly is in full spring mood, the French lilac is already blooming and sending out its lovely scent. I'm pulling weeds, cutting back, removing plants that didn't make it. The purple clematis is climbing up the pear tree, it was really early this year. Fortunately, we got a lot of rain in March (while the entire winter was VERY dry) - just the right thing urgently needed by all the plants. Everything is exploding right now - beautiful.
What does it look like in your corner of the world? Are you excited about spring? Enjoying autumn? Please tell me.