No comments for two days makes me want to call out, "Hellooooo? Anyone out there?"
I expect that you are all as busy as we are here, getting ready for spring, spring-cleaning, taxes and so on. 'Tis quiet in the blogosphere, though. Drop a comment to let us all know what you've been up to.
Latest doings here: Larry picked another big batch of creasy greens on our way back from the conference. We put 10 more bags in the freezer. In the process of cleaning them we managed to totally clog up the kitchen sink drain. So that's Larry's project for today--getting it unclogged. Yuck.
I know the conventional wisdom is that living in a print-rich environment is good, but I am buried up in printed matter right now. Stacks of books teeter on every flat surface in my office, along with stacks of mail, paper, magazines and who knows what. I need to spend some time sorting and straightening, and soon. But today's chore is income taxes. Another yuck. I started on them early in January, set them aside and that was that. So now it's on the high priority list, and I feel no more motivated to tackle them than I did in January. And I am sure that I will just be adding even more paper to the piles in my office as I work on this. Or spread the mess into the log room and have yet another piled-up mess to contend with.
But wait. The log room table is already covered in flannelboard-story-making stuff as I am in the midst of creating 4 large dragons for a Chinese story for this summer's programs. So that leaves the kitchen table--which Larry is fast cluttering as he works on the sink. Drat. I've got to clean one place up just to get started on the taxes.
Just for fun, here are a few photos from our drive to and from Harrisonburg, VA last weekend:
Snow was still very much in evidence as we crossed over the eastern continental divide (all water flows to the Chesapeake Bay from the eastern side, to the Gulf of Mexico from the other).
Larry sees some Holstein relatives: