Today is sunny but still downright C-O-L-D. Enough already. Here it is almost the end of April. There was an event today where Ohio Pug Rescue was set up. I was dressed in a sweater, turtleneck, winter coat and gloves and I about froze. After arriving home, I was sucked up to my little electric heater for a couple hours before I thawed out. I hope we have a bit of spring and just don't go straight to summer.
I am the exception to the rule. I am not a big fan of Simple Goods, even though it is not far (maybe 60 miles) from me, so I stayed home and accomplished some much needed yard work. The winter was very hard on the gardens, especially the hydrangea. I don't think I will have any flowers this year as most of the plant was frozen. I am getting new growth from the base of the plants so thankfully they are not dead.
My DSO assembled my garden arch and installed it for me. PVC was not my first choice, but for the cost, I decided to go with it. It is next to the wisteria, so when the wisteria leafs out, I think it will look fine. After it blooms, I will be cutting much of it back. It is very invasive but worth it for the beautiful flowers. My garage is barely visible to the left. That is my neighbor's garage and fence you see with the wisteria growing on her fence.
I don't seem to be accomplishing much in the hooking department. I have finished a little sunflower mat that will be a door prize at the Western Reserve guild hook-in on May 17. I just need to get a label on it and get it sent off. I'm registered for the hook-in, but I recently discovered that it is the same day as Pride Day in the county and I normally have to work. I will be really bummed if I have to miss it.
Not much else is going on. All work and (almost) no play makes Lauren a dull, dull girl.
Thanks so much for stopping by.
Pug hugs :)