Filed By Alex Blaze | March 26, 2007 11:49 AM | comments
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How did you spend this first weekend of spring?
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We went to Lowes. We have a few projects around the house that I want to get done and this weather is perfect for those outside chores. I pulled up weeds out of the flower beds and started planting some bulbs and pansies. Yup, pansies. We advertise. :)
we went geocaching! The fella got a handheld GPS for his birthday, and we went wandering all over in search of goofy hidden treasures. It was a blast.
I felt a little guilty for sitting in the movie theatre (instead of soaking up the sun), but I went to see "Reign Over Me" (yep, I cried)!
Saturday, paried with friends (spent the afternoon in a convertible Mustang, no less!) and Sunday, yard work. Now sore and covered in scratches, but one step closer to a yard full of flowers and BBQ. YAY!! I LOVE SPRING!!
Spent most of the weekend sweating in tuxedo at a wedding. Spent Sunday cleaning out the flower beds (still sweating).
Painting our bedroom after our painting crew got mad at their boss and quit, leaving the job half done. It's actually kinda funny, since it was a free job anyway.
My sister came to visit, so I hung out with her. I also had to work a little bit. UGH!
But seriously this weather is so good it makes you want to walk around the neighborhood naked.
Tried not to get stung by all the wasps that are swarming around the outside of the house, while doing some early gardening and day-dreaming of big morel mushrooms in the woods.
Spring is a little too early, we might have to cut the grass before March goes out like a lamb....