Blessings this week:
Signs of Spring: The Bradford pear still looks lovely, despite gale-force winds that blew through here a few days ago. Also blooming: forsythia, wild plum, American Redbud, quince (I need to plant a couple of quince bushes; my aunt used to make the most wonderful quince jelly!), daffodils, jonquils, and narcissi, that strange tulip-looking Magnolia (saucer magnolia) – – –
It’s chillier again, but only seasonably so. After several cloudy/rainy days the sun was out for the past three days, and it’s been simply wonderful!
I saw a goldfinch while out and about, one day — the bright golden yellow is always startling.
I found old radio drama adaptations on YouTube of Dorothy Sayers’ Lord Peter Wimsey series, starring Ian Carmichael as Lord Peter. Very enjoyable productions!
More energy! both mental and physical. What a blessing that is, after a winter of being in the slumps!
I bought a bunch (7) of pink tulips at the grocery store. They cheer me up every time I look at them.