~ weather. Here in northern Ohio, it's been in the low 60's the last couple of days. I've had daffodil bulbs poking through the ground since December, but now they are growing entirely too fast and may be in for a rude awakening. Tomorrow should be about 35 degrees colder than today. They say if you don't like the weather in Ohio stick around for 24 hours and it will change.
Winter aconite is quite hardy and hopefully will fare okay.
Ditto for snowdrops.
I've finished hooking another simple mat, but of course the binding is not yet on. I think this one measures about 6" x 8".
Not a good day at work today. My three annual reports are due tomorrow. Our new copy machine that arrived on Monday kept jamming and no one could get it to work. I called service by 8:30 this morning. They were supposed to be out in the morning . . . and then this afternoon . . . and now it's tomorrow morning. That really messed up my day!!!
Friday I'm off with hooker friend and partner in wool crime Melissa for a two day hooking retreat at Sauder Village. It will feel so good to get away. Hopefully I'll get lots of hookin' done and have lots to share.
Thanks so much for stopping by.
Pug hugs :)