Yesterday, I painted my living room wall. The color is mushroom. I think. Whatever it is, I'm lovin' it!
I also bought seeds. Lots and lots of seeds! I headed over to Vineyard to that awesome Vineyard place. They helped me find some good planting trays and lids. I know it's too early to be starting seeds indoors, but after reading up on it all here, I got excited! Plus, I like to plan. And be prepared.
While I was at the Vineyard place, I went into the greenhouse to soak up all of the green. Siiiiggghhh. It was so nice! There were some flowering plants on one table and the sign above it listed price and name. At the bottom it said: "Who says you can't buy happiness?" I bought some happiness right then and there and it's loveliness is gracing my counter.
I need to see a psychiatrist. Personally, I'm silently cursing my former psychiatrist for closing his private practice without finding me a new provider. Yeah, I know, "not his job" and all that, but still, you would think that the mentally ill would be deemed high-risk for high-riskiness behavior, and thus great care should go into making sure they are provided for in the event their drug-pushing doctors become unavailable to them. But maybe that's just me.
Dinner last night:
Finger Foods --hummus, carrots, cucumbers, tortilla chips, avocado, salsa, mixed raw nuts, blackberries, apples, celery, and Dave's Killer Bread!
Fabulous post. I like to read it when I look at all the work I need to do to make my dreams a reality. In fact, right now, I want to run outside and start digging in the frozen earth just so I can get a jump on spring planting. I mean, I already have the seeds and all. What are the chances it won't snow anymore? Yeah, yeah. I know.
What the kids saw in a neighbor's tree on the way home from school last week (and then proceeded to race home to grab the camera):
It's an owl, if you weren't sure. I guess it caused quite the crowd amongst school-aged kids and I was pleased to hear that everyone was respectful of the napping creature.
(Pictures were taken in Yellowstone by yours truly. Or Brandon. I'm not sure.)
Nature uses as little as possible of anything.