Warm enough this afternoon after work to paint the front of this
a light blue. Step one of getting ready to plant when I'm sure no more freezes are headed our way - can you hear Mother Nature laughing as I say that? I'm thinking succulents this year since it gets so hot in the summer that most flowers don't last very long even watering every day.
We've had the back yard polished a bit - three trees cut down and all the brush around the fences cleared - well mostly cleared. So we're moving this from the mostly shady front yard
to the sunnier back yard this year and I'm giving it one more year of producing some gorgeous tomatoes and beans and whatever else I can come up with that my black thumb doesn't kill. What's that old saying? The fourth time is the charm - bwahahahahahaha! We'll see what happens.
Two art retreats so far this year. The first in January at Serenbe - about 30 minutes from me - sponsored by Jenni and Tiffin and it was really a bunch of fun. I was able to re-connect with a wonderful friend from Washington state and her lovely daughter as well as meet lots of great people from neighboring states. The projects were totally out of my box so it was really nice to try some different things. Then a few weekends ago, a friend and I took two classes in Cindy Wunsch's fabulous Studio Be in Nashville (I met Cindy at the first art retreat). Be still my beating heart - what a great place! There was art everywhere and her studio sink looked just like mine - totally splotted with paint LOL There was also the biggest Goodwill store just down the street that had lots of treasures - so that was just an added bonus.
And.....ta da......I repainted my studio over the winter, added a new table that I built (and Mr. Whimsey decided to "help" with) and FINALLY got some storage units that would keep my treasures from getting so dusty. So here is a look at the studio before I goobered up the table with projects last weekend LOL
Well that about catches you up on me. Now if we could just catch up to spring!!!