What you do in your house is worth as much as if you did it up in heaven for our Lord God. We should accustom ourselves to think of our position and work as sacred and well-pleasing to God, not on account of the position and work, but on account of the word and faith from which the obedience and the work flow. ~ Martin Luther

Wednesday, March 28, 2018

Winter's Over

I am posting two posts in a day because frankly- I am ready to call winter QUITS.  Christmas trees and snows need to leave my to-do list and bright, vibrant flowers need to start filling up this space!!!

It's officially spring but it seems we are the only hill still still dappled with snow.  We drive to town for errands and I fight the urge to covet those barren earth yards.  Of course, there is enough mud present even here to start mud season.  My least favorite season of all. 

I've been stretching out of my hibernation den, going for walks and heading to parks, willing the weather to turn.  Pretending it feels like spring.  Still no signs of daffodils or crocuses but I heard (and then saw) the first red winged blackbird of the season on Sunday and quite a few chubby robins to boot.

It was a good ride and we had lots of fun...but hopefully, this is the last of the snow pictures for a few seasons!  


Making Cents Of It All said...

I'm done with the snow too. 4 weeks in a row is too much for me. Glad the kids are enjoying.

Abigail said...

We just saw the first robins today! Of course, they're hopping through a few inches of snow, and flakes are still falling, so I'm not counting my daffodils before they bloom and all that.

The good thing about winter extending its reach is the sight of those rosy cheeks on your children. Beauty there.

a.wild.coast said...

Such fun! That little wooden sled is so precious.