Hello Everyone! Do you like last year's fairy garden? It's not quite time to dig and plant yet, but I'm ready to prepare for the fairies. The weeds are appearing so maybe a tiny bit of gardening can be done.
What are you having for Easter dinner? Bill will be in Uganda and Brad will be preaching so just four of our seven bunnies will be at Granny's table.
Oh, I almost forgot to offer you a cup of tea! I found PG Tips at the grocery store and my friend Lynn had suggested it months ago. She even sent me some straight from her house in England. Now I have a box full. I'll pour out.
If I had a barn (this one is in Washington State) I would keep my goats inside. Oh, and then I'd have a whole flock of chickens . . . sheep and a turkey. What would you keep in your barn?
The other day I asked my writer's workshop class to draw a poet's brain. They labeled the parts. Yesterday I asked them what a poem smells like. Smoky campfires, flowers and wine, night time, my house. What do you think a poem smells like? Tomorrow is Poem in Your Pocket Day. Try to find a little poem to carry around all day. Give some poems away, too. We are going to be poetry ambassadors today and tomorrow. Click on this link for inspiration.
I'm off for another cup of coffee and a quick stand at the ironing board. Have a bird chirpy day, friends.