Spring has sprung! I spotted the first butterfly of the year today — a lovely yellow brimstone fluttering about in the garden. To celebrate, I hauled my lounge chair out on the roof and enjoyed my coffee in the sun.
Soon we’ll be able to turn off the heat and have the windows open all day. I can’t wait!
Lovely Sue, I hope you are well. As I write this we are still under several feet of snow! Even my chickadees are tired of winter. Your butterflies renewed my hope that our spring is not too far away. Take care! Kim
Kim, how lovely to hear from you! I hope 2015 is treating you kindly. I wish we had had some of your snow — I think I got to shovel about 1.5 times the entire winter and even then it was barely worth it.
Take heart, spring will come …
Kim! Hello. I am not surprised that you follow Walking the cat. I do enjoy both of your blogs so much. Nice to see you here. My snowfall in the Ottawa Valley is something between the two of yours, I think. Happy almost-spring!
I’m glad you’re enjoying the blog. I ought to post more — and I really ought to visit Canada again (I lived in Ottawa, TO and Newfoundland on and off for a few years in my twenties).
Ha! That is grand, I love these unexpected connections we discover. Small world 🙂 Your blog shows what a beautiful world it is, Sue.