Spring! To celebrate, Boh and I headed into town and took one of our favorite walks.
The falls were raging — I can only imagine how fast they are flowing after this afternoon’s steady rain.
A couple hours of direct sunlight warmed up the porch enough that Boh and I could work (lounge) there on Saturday afternoon with a cup of tea. (Note: I am extremely upset about the burn marks on my beautiful yellow table, but I’m trying to move past it.)
Working on the second-to-last stripe, with Boh’s permission and close supervision, of course.
A little bit of dissertation writing on the couch today, wrapped in my terra shawl. Perfect for a damp spring day. Back to work — and to eating the Easter chocolate my mom sent me…
I’m also stuffing myself with Easter chocolate from Mom. It’s a hard life.
Looks like a lovely day! Good luck with the dissertation writing. :)
The shawl looks so pretty in real life; warm and cozy just as you intended while you were knitting it. I continue to be amazed at what the subleter did to your home while you were away. Awful.
Looks like an awfully cozy way to write. Those crocuses are lovely — we have just a few blooming here in Chicago, too. Hooray for the home stretch on Hudson Bay!
Simply lovely images. I’m always filled with a sense of tranquility when I stop by for a visit here at your blog.
It’s so upsetting when people are blatantly disrespectful of others and their property. I’d have a difficult time dealing with it. If I break something that belongs to someone, I replace it … and I expect to be treated that same way. I’m sorry such a great trip was ended with such disappointment.
I have always been a bird watcher. It’s so calming to spend time outside watching and listening to them. A birding class would be great!
Welcome home … I’ve missed Boh’s sweet face. :-)
i’m finally seeing some crocuses (crocii?) around here, and it’s making me so happy! hooray, spring! hooray, it’s warm enough to open some windows!
i’m sorry about your table :(