Is it spring? Is it? I don't know about where the rest of you are, but here in Chapel Hill, NC it's 65 degrees, sunny, and breezy right now. The neighborhood is flush with blooming forsythia, quince, crocuses, and daffodils, and it all seemed to happen overnight. We've had the house open for the last couple of days (and nights!), and everything is beautifully aired out, the dark dusty corners of our rooms bright again. It's supposed to get up to 80 degrees today, which even by North Carolina standards is damn unseasonably warm. I'm not complaining, though! No! Bring on spring!
But I may be getting a sense of the answer to the question I've been wondering about in my head lately--which is going to take precedence this gardening season, blogging or planting? So far this morning, I haven't been able to bring myself to come back inside even though all I've been doing is hauling wheelbarrowsful of fallen pine straw to the curb for the compost truck to come and vacuum up. When it comes time to actually be putting plants into the ground I may have to bid a temporary adieu to blogging--or at least not worry so much about posting everyday. Maybe just when it's pouring down rain or 95 degrees outside. Which it'll likely be all too soon, I suppose.
Anyways, I ramble because at least it smells like spring and that makes me happy. Hope y'all are getting some spring your way, too.