I’ve been watching college basketball all day and March Madness is right around the corner. March Madness is the only thing that makes the month of March tolerable and when the tournament is over I will suffer from basketball withdrawal! By then I should be working outside again.
The snow and ice are slowly disappearing and the pond is full once again making the geese very happy!
Emma is almost back to her spring/summer hairdo after shedding her heavy winter coat.
I visited Connie yesterday before they left on their trip so I could take a picture of her with Hope who is showing her age. Aren’t we all?
Last night Reed and I along with Myra, Vera and Karla went to the movie Peter Rabbit. I loved it! Connie loved it and said I should go see it and while I’m not much of a movie-goer, I made a real effort to see this one and I’m so glad I did. The rabbits were so endearing but of course this is how I think about all animals – they think, they feel and they almost can talk! So it’s not surprising that I thought this was the cutest movie I’ve ever seen.
As I was sorting and cleaning I came across the first quilt book I ever bought. It’s dated December 1976 and I remember looking at the pictures over and over and finally made a log cabin quilt with blocks sewed on a muslin foundation. Does anyone remember this book?
Everywhere I look I come across UFO’s and I’m determined to finish the lion’s share of them. Here’s a few that are moving up the list.
Oh, it’s such fun to start projects, isn’t it?
And here’s a cat you rarely see a picture of – her name is Moda and she came here with her mother as feral cats. A lady in Garner begged me to take them and I did but I have never once in 15 years touched her. Mama died a few years ago and I never touched her either. I trapped them both so I could spay them and Moda has lived here as a ghost cat all these years.
Hazel stole the sweet teddy bear off the guest bed, tore its eye out and it became her bear.
I’m watching the Duke/North Carolina game – I don’t care who wins – it’s just a great game.
PS – I’ve got another possum in the cat room in the barn!