Here in New England we are in one of the prettiest times of year. The crocus have finished, but the daffodils, tulips, and forsythia are putting on a wonderful show. The flowering trees are also decked out in their many shades of pink and white. Dogwoods buds are showing promise. While all of those are carefully planted by loving homeowners, there are other Springtime flowers that greet us if we are lucky enough to find them.
I stumbled upon these last weekend.
If the weather stays nice this week, I'll take some evening walks to look for more.
So far it’s been a good life. I’ve lived in both rural and metro areas, waited tables and reviewed chromatograms, rounded up loose sheep and spent beautiful summer evenings at concerts in Central Park. I’ve painted a house, kissed the Blarney stone, and pushed a lawn mower with a baby on my back. Currently I’m working 9 to 5, going to the gym, sneaking a donut, a good book, or a visit with my grown sons when I can. Where do I go from here? I'd like a small house with enough land to homestead.