March . . . came in like a lion. And, pretty much, it STAYED like a lion.
On Sunday . . . Spring showed a glimpse of what's to come!
(Garden Buddha is wholly visible. Finally.)
What's happening in my world . . . RIGHT NOW?
Watching . . . Spring roll in! Ever so slowly . . . but coming. Birds. Light. Glaciers receding. (Also basketball. But just the exciting parts at the end.)
Reading . . . The Luminaries by Eleanor Catton. Just what I'm in the mood for right now, which is a very good thing, as this is (yet another ) of those 800+ page epic novels I tend to be inclined to read.
Knitting . . . A gift . . . Canyonlands . . . for a special mentor in my life.
Listening to . . . John Legend. Who will be coming to Kalamazoo to play as part of the Gilmore Keyboard Festival in May. (And guess who got tickets? Yeah!)
Dreading . . . Mud season. And Jo Jo. (But mud means "the winter of our discontent" is over. And I'll take that.)
Planning . . . Gardens. Projects. Spring chores. (Hope abounds)
Humming . . . Summertime Sadness. (I'm afraid it's good and stuck.) (I'll spare you.)
Wondering . . . Why my desk can't stay clear and organized???
Drinking . . . Oberon. A sure sing of spring here in Kalamazoo!
Itching to . . . Find out what survived in my garden this winter. And what did not. (I know there will be casualties.)
Needing to . . . Finish the damn taxes.
Organizing . . . I'm making drastic changes in my wardrobe. Drastic. (This subject deserves an entire blog post. Maybe two. Stay tuned.)
Delighted by . . . My vertical fern garden -- a find from the Chicago Flower and Garden Show earlier in March.
Inspired by . . . Alabama Chanin. Enough so . . . that I've dug out the kit I purchased on the Alabama Chanin website two years ago. The kit I was so intimidated to try . . . that I stuck it back in the far reaches of my craft closet without even breaking the seal. I'm ready to give it a try now. (I actually opened the plastic wrap and took it out to look at just this week. Baby steps.)
Celebrating . . . Jenny's leash restriction is over in a couple of days! She's doing great -- and more than ready to run.
How about YOU? What's going on for you . . . Right Now?