I love this time of year when things are blooming, especially after the cold winter we had. I am especially happy with the way the azaleas look after a few years of barely blooming. I think the shock of them being transplanted in 2006 has finally worn off. I'm going to get out and enjoy this beautiful day, because the weekend isn't supposed to be very nice. I'm also going to get all of my seeds planted:
I'm going to plant some special varieties of pumpkins, as well as sunflowers, daisies, black eyed susans and moon flowers (which bloom in the evening, a cousin of the morning glory). I also need to get the grass cut before the rain this weekend.
Craft room organization, working on some projects in process, a photo shoot on Sunday (if it's not raining), working on my final projects for school for the semester, and working tonight for four hours and tomorrow from 10 to 5. That about takes care of my weekend.
Have a good one, and I'll be checking back in over the weekend.