We are going on a week now of grey skies, fog, snow, freezing rain, 50 degrees one day and 20 degrees the next. It's Ohio...we're use to it. That's not to say we like it, but we've come to expect it. I'm starting to receive gardening catalogs! Yeah!!!!! It's almost time to start seeds and get the garden plans under way. So.....until spring gets a bit closer, I have to, I need to......... look back at pictures from springs and summers past. Doing so eases the cabin fever that takes place this time of year~
This little one and I had some play time yesterday. She's sitting up, cooing and gooing, eating homemade babyfood, drinking from a sippy cup and saying something that sounds a lot like "mama". She's growing (as my granny use to say) "like a weed"
We've been watching these little guys for a few days. While in the summer, they are a source of aggravation as they pull up hosta's, tromp through our garden and pluck flower heads, we still enjoy watching them in the winter. They look at the tray feeder we have for the birds as if to say "throw some goodies over the fence."
We awoke this morning to a winter wonderland! A heavy blanket of frost coated just about everything. We took a walk in the woods which proved interesting as the snow was deep and it was all of 14 degrees. It did provide some nice photo opportunities.