However, the blocks themselves are very cheery, so I hope the bee recipient this month likes them.
There hasn't been a lot of sewing going on around here, what with raking the winter debris from the lawn, picking up broken branches from the ice storm, and getting foolish horses back under the saddle. The horses are taking a lot of time, because they are especially silly this year. There is no end of prancing, dancing and head tossing going on! I tried to get a shot showing how windy it was, but I was too afraid to take a hand off the reins!
Every year I tease Neil about his winter wood pile, also known as the Wall of Wood. This year it is particularly fine!
But he's gone beyond and is now building the great wall of China! The man does enjoy a good pile of wood, and we do love to have enough to last the winter. This year we ran out in March, and it was no fun burning green wood. It's never a good idea to cut, split and burn the same day.
He's starting on the second row and I have no idea when he's going to stop. This doesn't include the 40 or so cords in the shed ready to be sold in the fall. I think it needs to warm up so he can go golfing!
The daffodils are starting to bloom and the grass is getting a bit greener, so I hope we can say that spring is here i