We have been quiet here but we haven’t been without work. More on that later. In the meantime here are some photos from this spring and summer.
Well now that winter is fading (not that it was much of one), it is time to think about turning the water back on and heading to the schoolhouse.
However that also means we will have to clean up from our furry squatters. This infographic I discovered shares a little bit of why I take such care in cleaning up after the mice. Blech.
What You (Might Not) Want To Know about Mice & Rats
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Is it safe to come out yet? Is winter finally over and spring on its way?
I generally don’t like to complain about the weather. Partially because Canadians shouldn’t complain about the cold but also working from home means I can avoid most of it. This winter though, has been nothing but a cold, crappy disaster from start to finish when it comes to the schoolhouse. Mice infestations, frozen toilets, no heat and a near propane explosion have tested the limits of patience in our household.
So here’s to spring and with it some vacation time to do some serious clean up.
It’s been a long, cold winter and most of us are sick of it.
I won’t complain though. As a work-from-home kind of gal I don’t have to face it as much as others.
We’ve not been able to get to the schoolhouse as much as we would like but when we did get up there wasn’t much to do but shovel.
However I am beginning to think there is light at the end of this snowy tunnel. The sun is starting to show itself a little more and I think we may be over the worst.
I think our plants are trying to tell us something. My ivy geranium that was the sole survivor of our balcony planters last fall has made it through the winter and is now showing off its petals once again.
We also totally forgot about Pat’s Amaryllis last year so it’s been dormant and in the dark for some time. This is only about 10 days growth out of darkness. It may not be Christmas but I’ll go with a resurrection theme and say it will be ready for Easter.
There is also some catnip we rescued from our feline roommates last year. It looked pretty sad last fall but in our greenhouse of a spare room it has come back with a green vengeance. I am beginning to think we might make it out of this winter.
Looking for some new lighting ideas?