Early spring in Ohio, is leaving me wonder...what happened to winter? We only had very little snow. Is it going to snow again or is it really gone. Either way I'm enjoying the 60 degree weather. My hyicnths are beginning to come up.
Kayla's specialized plates came in. She chose her soccer number to go with it.
We enjoyed such a great day where we were able to work in the yard some and enjoy the warmth and sunshine on our skin.
I strolled around the house and took shots of whatever caught my eye. I love this oak tree in our back yard. It has an interesting texture to the bark.
The daffodils are blooming and showing off their brilliant yellow.
Kyle cleaned up some of the leaf and bean pod debris and maintained a burn pile.
He finally hung the bird feeder he got me for Christmas. I laughed and said the birds won't stop by now, they have plenty of worms to eat.
DQ is having their March Madness sale of by one blizzard and get one for 99 cents. MMMM, midnight truffle is one of my favorites.
Kota decided that he would like to adopt a fox kit. So we checked them out. He is on the list to get one later this spring. I'm kind of excited about this, but nervous too. He has done a lot of research on this, which is a miracle in itself. He was looking this up when he was off school for a week with his mono. He has a good plan on how he's going to make this work. IF he follows through I think he will do fine.
Kayla is still practicing her driving. She a bit jerky on her turns, but is already doing better than Kota. (Shh. don't tell him I said so!)
We stopped by Grandma B's today while out driving. Her pond has really come to life. The turtle was out sunning himself. I tried to get a closer shot, but I scared him away.
There were 1000s of tadpoles. If I were the science teacher I'd have been fishing them out.
The cattails were seeding themselves out. They looked nice and fluffy. Over all life is good right at the moment. Things are going fairly well, no real complaints, just the normal happenings in our life. I think the hope of spring is touching us.