This weekend was so nice! I saw the first sign of spring, daffodils! There they were, blooming on the bank by the spillway:
Other signs of spring: Lots of campers in the campground, fishermen in boats on the lake, and teenagers wading in the creek:
And the redbud trees budding:
We spent some time checking all the electric hookups and water faucets to make sure they all worked, because the turkey hunting season starts next weekend, and that means the campground is sure to be filled up. We picked up trash, cleaned out fire pits, and just made sure everything looks good.
I have been doing a lot of product reviews over the past couple of months, trying new gluten free things. This morning I cooked us some organic chicken sausage that was really yum! Tomorrow I’ll be trying out some sweet Italian sausage from the same company for dinner.
And as if I didn’t have enough to do, I have joined a group of writers doing a Write For Ten project. We are given a topic each day, and strive to write for ten minutes on that topic. You can see my efforts here. I’m learning that it is sometimes difficult to write for ten minutes, and sometimes my fingers just fly over the keys.
This afternoon, I did some more sewing: another tote bag in a gorgeous green and brown leaf print:
It has two pockets, one of them divided into sections with spaces for pens or pencils:
It is 18″ wide X 9 1/2″ tall, large enough to hold lots of goodies. I’m going to be making some more this week, I hope. Only 5 more days until FabGrandpa has his eye surgery, and only two weeks before I see my grandchildren!