The week after we spring ahead is always a little (or a lot) tough, am I right? But, then, after your circadian rhythm readjusts, and it's easier to wake up in the morning, the light in the evenings is SO appreciated. I am loving the "longer" days, more sunshine at night, means a happier me. I am itching to get out and start digging in the garden. Seed catalogues are starting to arrive and dreams of dahlias and snap dragons are starting to fill my mind. When Lucy, Andy and I walk around the yard, I am starting to point out all the spot where wild things will soon blossom. Andy doesn't care, but Lucy seems to appreciate it! :)
Day 69: Zuppardis Pizza has THE BEST gluten free crust I've ever had. So yum.
Day 70: Old, ornery Andy. He still thinks he's a puppy, but his grey beard reveals otherwise.
Day 71: Dreams of warm summer nights grilling on the patio were buried under a foot of snow.
Day 72: I believe in books with pages and hand written notes. (Yes, most days, there is glitter on my desk).
Day 72 Bonus: When Carly Simon starts singing, you stop whatever you are doing, and you have yourself some deep thoughts. I can't even with this little girl. My heart.
Day 73: An ordinary table is transformed by chrystal and sunlight.
Day 74: Happy face wins the race (as my mom always says).
See you next week!