Spinzilla arrived in the wee hours of the night on October 5th and I got off to a slow start as I was in Michigan until Tuesday night visiting this little bundle of joy.
Hello everyone, a big thank you if you are still here reading this post! All has been quiet here recently with work and life consuming my waking hours. In the world where I work yard maintenance is king and the “grass season” officially began on April 1 and trust me when I say that the coincidence of that and April fool’s day is not lost on me.
Why, you might ask? Well, it ushers in the event of 12-hour workdays, beginning at five o’clock in the morning. Which means rising at the ungodly hour of 3:30AM.
I had been enjoying seeing sunrises as I got up to start my day. Now, I am up long before the sun is. Not quite the way is should work, but the pay is a bonus. 60-hour workweeks make for a nice paycheck!
Anyways, here is a recent sunrise and sunset.
Have a great week everyone!
Slowly melting snow and ice
Winter is waning
I found this on the blog of a knitter.
Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery…
There were lots of sunsets, even more knitting, and some really good food in 2010.
This was my first visible sunset of 2011.
A nice end to a weekend that found me trying to get over the Mother of all Colds.
Sometimes, a little sun is the cure for what ails you!