1.Has spring sprung in your part of the world? Did March come in like a lion where you live? Going out like a lamb or something more ferocious?
Yes, spring has sprung, March came in like a lamb and went out like a lamb!.
The grass is green, flowers are beginning to bloom, bees are buzzing, birds are making their nests.
2. The last thing that caused you to spring to your feet?
Can't think of a thing.
3.Do you have a spring clean to-do list?
Indeed I do,
What's one chore you've managed to accomplish?
I always start with my kitchen, the cabinets inside and out , windows , countertops, refrigerator, stovetop, were completed last week.
What spring chore do you dread the most?
Just getting started. ~wink~
This week I have been busy with garden chores., cleaning the potting shed
4.Tell us something you've learned about yourself or the wider world as a result of social distancing/the virus crisis.
My faith is stronger than ever, that faith cancels out fear! Nothing can compare to the peace of God that surpasses all understanding.
I have learned that the world is really a small place, and that people really do care about one another, That we are all in this together.
5.Something you love that's the color pink?
Pink toilet paper, that I hope I never have to use. ~wink~these were sent to me a few years ago from a friend who lives on Prince Edward Island.
6. Insert your random thoughts here.
No doubt about it we are all in a crisis, Mr P. and I try and keep things as normal as possible. This is the beginning of our busy gardening season, so we have been busy planting. When I am out in my garden, for a brief moment it seems as though things are normal, I am not dwelling about all that is happening all around me; personally watching to much news is not healthy for anyone.
I find the solitude in the garden renews my spirit, strengthens me, spiritually, emotional, and most assuredly physically.
All the beds are planted, just waiting for the seeds to pop up! The beds will soon be filled with produce.
I'm still enjoying my evening walk, here Dre is bringing the sheep in for the night
Remember, we are all in this together.
A special thank you to all who stopped by last week and for your sweet comments.
Another special thanks to Joyce for hosting .Wednesday Hodgepodge, please join.