Is it just me, or is time flying?
I want to thank you, yet again, for your kindness towards me this past week.
Helen has left a hole that no other critter can fill.
I also want to thank you for sticking around my blog, and reading, while there hasn't been much to read about! I'm in a really good place right now with the yard work, and should be back to posting much more often after this weekend.
I want to share my garden preparations with you. I have high hopes of a beautiful, country garden, brimming with sunflowers, zinnias, and assorted farmgirl flowers.
Makes me weak in the knees just thinking about it.
The news today is that Aaron has started his own blog!
He's been so encouraged by your comments.
If you get a chance, pop over to Pixel Perfect and see what he's up to.
He would love to hear from you, and I do mean love it.
I think this will be a great creative outlet for him, as well as a learning experience.
I have to keep my paws off of it though.
I never realized what a control freak I was. (yes I did)
I'm all up in his blog saying 'oh, post that other picture, it's better' and 'now, make sure you use the correct punctuation, and I really think it's supposed to be Marmie and me, not Marmie and I". God forbid, I'd squelch his creativity and spark, so I'm hands off. I nearly cried at what he wrote today, I love reading his perspective of being here, and being homeschooled.
My plans for today, in the midst of teaching Aaron the Coriolis effect, global wind patterns, and diacritical marks, is to make homemade hamburger buns, sloppy joes, and a batch of Honey Cookies to take to Bee Class tomorrow.
I'll be in the presence of about 400,000 bees tomorrow.
What are the chances of being stung?
I'm also planning on filling the house with lilacs today.
I want a bouquet in every room.
This afternoon I'm getting a haircut.
A hair CUT.
Not a trim.
I'm as afraid of that as I am the bees, maybe even more so.
It's a gorgeous day here, I hope it is where you are too.
I'm going to take the time to savor it, I hope you do too!