3.03.2010

In Like a Lion, Out Like a Lamb

February has come and gone. It has been a very mild winter, but I have heard that March is known for coming in like a lion and going out like a lamb. I'm hoping it will be a lamb this year. I hope we don't get any snow since I've already started taking down the plastic insulation over our windows. Apparently, this winter has been the least snowiest on record.

My spring flowers are starting to come up, I'm excited to see the bulbs I planted last Fall growing. I mentioned to DH I needed to get my tomatoes and other vegetable seedlings I want to plant this year. But, he is not as enthused about it as I am. He has put in for a couple of bids out of Washington so we are kind of up in the air right now. Regardless of were moving or not, I will have my tomatoes, eggplants and herbs this year!

I started going to a work-out class called Zumba on Tuesdays and Thursday... very fun fitness program! I have much to do as far as "Spring Cleaning" goes, I'm editing a lot of our stuff in our house. So much to do!!!

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Fonda said...

YOU'RE BACK!!!!!! I have missed you! Well, if it makes you feel any better, we had a few flakes of snow fall here again on Monday evening...and that is definately more snow than I can ever remember having in Texas.

I am so jealous of your Zumba. Are you attending by yourself or with someone you know? Come on down to Houston and we can go together!

And as to the garden, I vote yes! I may need your help in getting one going myself. I told Jim that I REALLY, REALLY want some fresh tomatoes this year. And I think I will put some strawberries in my abandoned flower bed. (The hydrangeas I planted last year and spent a hundred dollars watering finally gave up the ghost during the drought.)

I am so glad your back! Have I said that already?

Miss August said...

Thanks dear friend! I'm doing Zumba alone, but the class I'm is alot of fun. It would be fun to go with a friend, so try to get someone to go with you. I'm sure you will love it!

I would suggest do Earthbox for tomatoes. You can put the boxes in your patio, no weeding and very easy to do.

I really want to come to Houston, can I come and stay with you that Marty is gone? :)

Fonda said...

Mi casa es su casa! You are always welcomed here.