Spring has sprung! There are tiny little buds coming out on my miniature rose bush. I'm so happy but at the same time I'm swamped with yard work. Oh my! I look around my yard and I don't know where to start. With the worst drought on record last summer and the wettest, coldest winter in a long long time, we have a big mess on our hands. Half of my grass is dead and full of weeds. I have tons of perennials to cut back. I have not had to trim them back in years because we have not had any freezes hard enough to kill them. The oak leaves are falling so I guess I'll wait until they have dropped to begin the work. Even with all this complaining I'm really not...if that makes sense. :) I'm soooo ready for spring.
My son and his girlfriend went to the coast for spring break and brought me back this huge bag of shells. They hit the mother load. I love shells and love to look for them. They said the beach was full of them. Now I know, you got to go in spring to get the good sized ones. Not sure what I'm going to do with all these, but I'm sure I will think of something.
Don't laugh but I had to take a picture of the little bit of snow we received this winter. I know it was not much but hey.....when it snows in south Texas it's a big deal.
My yard and my art await me so I must get to work.
Hope everyone is having a wonderful spring.