Good morning. My goodness, this month has gone by quickly! Tomorrow the temps are supposed to warm up again to the low 60's F. So just maybe, the month of May will bring the rest of Spring with it. Today is looking like another grayish day with some rain expected.
We still have to plant some veggies, so maybe this week Joe can get that part of the garden cleared. I have next Saturday off, so that would be a good day to go shopping for some veggie plants. This year we are going to try to include a few more plants. As long as we grow some yellow summer squash, I'll be quite happy. That's my favorite garden veggie.
This week I think I'll try to crochet a hooded scarf. I've already bought the yarn for it, and I want to try something different for a bit. The green afghan is now finished. I just have to check it over for any loose ends, and then it can be boxed up and sent on its way. Once it reaches its destination, I will share more about who it is for.
I have a couple of photos to share this morning. This first one was taken through the Mrs' patio door windows this past Sunday evening. It's a cute little red squirrel enjoying a feast of bird seeds.
I also have a cute info image that I found on the web. What a creative way to impart a bit of knowledge to some of our population. I looked, and my car has one of these thingies too! But then, I already knew that.
Yesterday, Pogo got a fabulous belated birthday card from his friend Izzi. He actually sat and watched it twice, and would like to share it with all of you, so here's the link. Just click on it and it will take you to the card. Just scroll down one day. Enjoy. Thanks Izzi. You made my little guy very happy.
Now I really must get busy here and chase a few dust bunnies. They are beginning to take over too much of my space. It's amazing how quickly these little buggers accumulate. I think I'll do a bit of shredding today too as the shred box is beginning to overflow. I have been very neglectful of it lately.
Well that's my news for this morning. Till tomorrow, Y'all be safe and have a fabulous day.
Hugs, Edna B.