Winter returned yesterday . . . sigh. The good thing about a March storm in Ohio is that it usually doesn't stick around for too long. With today's warmer temps (in the 40's) and lots of sunshine, most of the snow is gone.
In my front garden the winter aconite and snowdrops are blooming in abundance.
As soon as my daffodil buds get to be 3-4" tall, I start cutting them and force them to bloom in the house. It is amazing how much they continue to grow. Here are the first daffs of the season.
Isn't this just the greatest idea? I snagged it from Facebook. I have a garden bench that I picked off a neighbor's trash pile a couple of years ago and the seat is rotting. I think I will try this.
I am on a roll here with binding my rugs. I am completely caught up. I know ~ hard to believe :) Here's the Chicken Challenge rug all bound. I was only so-so on the pattern when I started hooking this rug, but it has become one of my all time favorites. It was just fun to hook.
Here's a super easy way to label a rug. I just took a piece of binding tape and a Sharpie ~ voila ~ super easy and fast. If you've bound the rug with rug tape, you can write directly on it there.
These weekends pass too quickly, don't they? I still have several things on my "to-do" list that I want to get done. The list is just never ending.
Thanks so much for stopping by.
Pug hugs :)