April 3 and I’m finally able to get outside to start the yardwork. It’s very muddy as well so raking is out of the question. I did do this spot by the quilt shop so the leaves don’t continue to blow in the door but I’m not doing anymore. There are plenty of sticks to pick up and winter things to put away.
And the first thing Hazel did was find a mouse that the cats killed and off she went with it in her mouth. I could not catch her! I guess she ate it so we’ll see if it comes back up or passes through. Yuck!
I couldn’t sleep early this morning so I got up and actually started cleaning some drawers. Here’s some memories – a pencil from Mary Ellen Hopkins’ It’s Okay Seminars and a wool pin made shortly after 9-11.