Howdy Doo, Doodles! I'm back home at ClearPoint. Hope you're feeling right at home too!
While we were away one of my wishes came true. A whole lot of moss grew in the backyard! It's a soft squishy carpet beneath the elm tree. Last summer I was eying up the deer's bed on the trail- the deer have this massive mattress of moss that they sleep on at night. I layed down on it once, but got a little grossed out since deer aren't that antiseptically inclined. And I wished, "O to have my own bed of moss..." and here it be! It's a great spot to hang out.
Steve and I paid our respects to the evergreens- such regal creatures. On our travels I read about pleasing trees with presents of jewelry; giving them twinkly gifts to swing from their branches. I never even thought of it before! That's what I'm going to do.
Winter was just wonderful. All my family and friends are healthy and bright! I feel well-hydrated by the Visiting and Hospitality Season. Now it's on to spring sprouts! It's project central! April is Clean*Lean*Sing Month, and Steve and I are going to be giving free weekly tele-classes on decluttering, cleansing, and beautifying. He's working on the details now in his office, so I'll post a link later. I'm making an "April Cleansing blog" with neat info bits for your perusal. I'll post that link in a few days too.
It's also literally time to get sprouting: poppies, kale, roses, parsley and stuff! All of the baby lavender plants died this winter. We had to shut down the house while away, and they suffered for it. I expected to find everything dead, but my yellow rose bush is still alive! Alive! Alive! There's 10 ancient rose seeds to sprout in an envelope in the refrigerator- oo I hope they do!