Hi everyone. I hope your weekend is going well so far.
Here in the US we changed the clocks last night, so although it was dark this morning, it will be light longer tonight. It's always exciting to have longer days, and maybe I can sleep a bit later for a few weeks as I seem to be waking up with the sun in the morning.
We have been having some early spring weather. Early spring in New Hampshire means warm days and then cold days. The snow does some melting, but then it doesn't melt. We have mud. We've also had wind as well as rain. And we even got more snow too. Today it's cold again. And yesterday was just nasty. This is all in 1 week. I know writing about the weather isn't very exciting, but with the day to day changes lately, you just never know what to expect.
I'm getting antsy for the days to warm up a bit and the mud to dry out so I can get back to walking on my road (it's gravel), and so I can get into the gardens too. To make up for that, I've been hit with the spring cleaning bug, and I've been doing a few small cleaning chores inside. That, of course, is not a bad thing, but not exactly exciting either.
My spread today is for Valerie's spring challenge at Art Journal Journey. This month the challenge is spring. I haven't seen too many birds who have migrated back yet, but the local avians have been singing a lot during the warm days. It's nice to hear their songs rather than the quiet of winter.