Do people run around the May pole any more? I would do it. :)
My seedlings have made a lot of progress since I first planted them on April 22nd. All the tomato plants are leading the pack at over an inch high. I planted some dwarf curly parsley that just broke through the soil a couple of days ago.
I'm happy to report that all the daffodil varieties are blooming outside along with the bright red tulips that one of my sisters gave me. Whenever I leave this piece of land, those tulips are coming with me! The forsythia is flowering after a no show from last year. The weather has been more on track this year(though, I'll have to wait and see after a string of thunderstorms comes through tonight!).
I'm finishing up on a set of custom house ornaments. Four of the same house. A historical stone house in Ulster County complete with the thin tall stone markers out front. Each ornament also has an American flag.
There has been a little bit of sketching for possible Halloween ornaments, though I have to admit that I find it rather early to be thinking of such things. :)
I found myself standing next to a bin of fresh fiddleheads in the grocery over the weekend. You know, I just had to leave them be.....they are not my favorite by a long shot. I can think of a couple of other wild greenery that I would eat over fiddleheads. :)
The last entry was a little down in the dumps. I never really give up. I just need to regroup and forge on. More walking would do. Logged 7 miles last week.
Maybe a little skipping around a May pole will help.