I do hope that you all had a wonderful holiday season filled with friends and family. Have you already put away your decorations? I certainly haven’t, but I usually get it done by New Year’s Eve. I still turn the lights on my Christmas tree because it looks so pretty, even though it is a little bare without presents underneath.
We did experience some illness in our family over Christmas. My daughter, Gracie, had a fever and a horrible sinus infection so she missed much of the festivities. The blessing was is that she felt so sick that she really didn’t mind….as long as she still got to open her gifts 😉 She is much better now.
I have been watching the news and seeing how much snow has fallen all over the east coast. It strange to think that I was just there 2 months ago when the leaves were turning and much was still green.
We are expecting some very cold (cold for us) and rainy weather tomorrow. Highs will maybe hit 50 degrees and the lows will get down into the 20’s, so I will be bringing out my old towels and sheets to cover my sensitive plants.
A couple of weeks ago, we had some wonderful rain. I love rainy days because we do not get them too often. I usually stay indoors, but stepped out into the garden to let the dogs out. It was then that I noticed something so beautiful in my vegetable garden.