I still occasionally find myself singing A B C D E F G. . ., Sydney's favorite song on her Leap Start Learning Table. I'm sure I heard it several hundred times while in Idaho, but each time was a delight as she smiled and danced along with the catchy little tune.
Who needs coffee when a bright eyed little sweetie like this wants to play at seven in the morning?
The Michigan reality is yardwork. There is still much to clean up at Violet Acres and we're working on it old people style - a little each day.
Many little spring flowers are in bloom including my favorite, the blue violets. They grow wild on our property. There's a large patch in the west wooded yard and other scattered "volunteer" plants here, there, and everywhere.
The bluebird eggs hatched yesterday. It's been too chilly to open the box and take pictures, so there are none.
Pattern: Eagle's Flight by Megan Humphrey
Yarn: Opal sock yarn, 75% wool, 25% nylon
Color: Rainforest Chameleon
Needles: Addi Turbo #1
Gauge: 8 stitches/inch, 10 rows/inch
There was some knitting done on the trip, but not much.
These are daughter Heather's birthday socks sitting crooked on the sock blockers. I'm hoping to finish them this weekend.