The first day of spring is today. The sun is shining and the temperature is supposed to be 60 degrees - a perfect early spring day. Maybe later I'll get out to my rose garden and start clearing away the leaves that have blown in and around the plants, do a little trimming, and start planning for the next batch of roses to plant. Saturday, DH and the twins did a little clean up in the back. Drawings need to be made for that project, then hire someone to come in and do the groundwork, literally, lol! DH and I can handle the rest ourselves; there's not much to laying pavers and getting plant material into the ground. It'll be fantastic to bbq and have friends and family over when it's all done!
The weekend is over and I don't see much in the way of improvement here at home, inside at least. However, my laundry baskets are fairly empty, so I've caught up the laundry - as much as I can with 8 people in the house. My youngest, Kirsten, felt rather poorly on Sunday so the two of us missed church. She was running a low grade fever, and still is actually, but she feels much better today. So I was able to get in a little more stitching, but also did a little Googling. I'm looking for a wall fountain for my patio out back and haven't found exactly what I want, but I keep looking. I also found some good pages - finally - on a skin rash one of my twins has been battling. We've already done everything suggested, except go to the dermatologist. It seems to be coming under control, so will hold off making that appointment a little while longer.
For the Stitchathon this weekend, I was working on "P" again. I'm glad I took a before picture so I could see what I actually accomplished.
Now to get back to those Shepherd's Bush ornaments! Connie has far surpassed me now and I have to try to catch up at least.