A snowdrop! Lookee! So it's a month later than usual, but the first flower in spring is always a big occasion. Next will be the crocuses. Hurray!
Please ignore the dead leaves. We never really got this flower bed properly cleared out last fall before the snow started. Then we had snow constantly all winter except for a few days around Christmas when we were busy with other things (not surprisingly).
The view from the end of our street. There's no green yet, but the trees are putting out their buds and the sky was the bluest of blues.
It's a terrible picture, I know. It was very back lit, but I wanted proof that it was warm enough to open a few windows for a little while today. Felix was grateful.
A visiting pastor and his wife stayed out our house this weekend, and I made apple panakucken for dessert. It's always a hit! The batter is a little bit custardy, and you can't go wrong with apples, sugar, and cinnamon. Plus, it's easy to make.
Not really laugh-out-loud funny, but curious how the tulip leaves are growing through a dead leaf!
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