We still have art on our front window, thanks to the grandies. As I look out at the deer eating my bird seed, three things come to mind.
1) I ought to change the bird feeders. The deer are way too used to it, and spring is coming. They like my hostas.
2) I can't take good photos with the drawings on the windows!
3) Daisy wants in!
As I watched the yard, there was a silence after a shadow passes across the yard. The hawk, on its way by.
Daisy is happier with the melting snow, as well as the warmer March temperatures. We've had several good walks.
ClocksCaitlin found a man who could repair our cuckoo clock! It sat in the cottage for many years. The kids have fond memories of it during our summer visits. He also fixed our mantle clock. I'm so happy. The cuckoo clock was in the cottage for 40 years. The mantle clock plays Westminster, with a beautiful sound.
As I looked out into the backyard, I spotted what must be two yearlings, twins, grooming one another! So sweet!Twins from Jennifer Jilks on Vimeo.
CurlingHubby is watching Women's Worlds Curling #WWCC2017! It keeps him off the street! Sadly, the games are on at 9 p.m., 2:00 a.m. and 7:00 a.m., most days. We can tape it. TSN doesn't show anything other than the Canadian women playing, even a big game. This morning's game is against Sweden.
Sweden is 6:1; Canada is 7:0. We have to eschew the news until we watch the game. It's tricky! JB delivered Meals on Wheels, with the radio on, but avoiding sports news all morning!
The is how they repair the stone. I thought it interesting.
Our Rachel Homan, Team Canada: Gets Cracking! They have ads everywhere, these days!
And, yes, I know you don't like curling, Red. You're much more likely to be out skating or birding, but it keeps hubby amused. I spent Monday resting my knee and watching the US hearings regarding the FBI/NSA and Russian wiretapping. It's entertaining, spooky, and fascinating, all at the same time. Methinks it is all unravelling.