Where has the time gone! My last post was over a month ago, I can’t even believe it.
I can now attest that “March Madness” is not a term exclusive to basketball. Combine that with school and other home responsibilities and that’s what’s been going on. So, within the time since my last post . . .
Flannels have been traded in for chambray shirts.
The books I’ve been reading have been for school and have been awesome!
If you’re interested in history, you should absolute check out Penny Coleman’s book on Rosie the Riveter.
It’s officially blossom time! I ran through a tunnel of bloomed trees the other day and I could not have had a bigger smile on my face.
Our trees practically bloomed overnight thanks in large part to the massive amount of rain storms that have been rolling in.
Fantastic for flowers, not so great when your Wolf needs a walk.
I really can’t complain though. Just look at them!
It’s also time to start eating outside. For me, there’s no better way to pass a summer evening than with a glass of wine in the sun.
The Wolf is pretty happy about it all too.
He loves to wake up and say good morning to his friends through the window.
Baseball season is finally here. Baseball, Summer Shandy and pizza, it doesn’t get more summer than that!
That’s about it! February to April is the most hectic and boring time of the year.
Not entirely winter, not yet spring. All anyone wants to do is curl up, wrapped in a blanket and hibernate until the blossoms appear.
May on the other hand is fantastic! It marks the start of early sunrises, late sunsets, summer breezes, long walks, cotton dresses, road trips, fresh fruit. It’s my favorite time of year and it’s right around the corner!
P.S. all photos are from my Instagram. If you haven’t checked it out, you should!