This is a summary of the things I'm actually accomplishing along with all the things I'm not getting done because my eyes are permanently crossed from staring at this computer way too much, way too long!
I haven't blogged recently because I've been enmeshed in adding to and enhancing what they refer to as the "look & feel" of my site--so I hope that you will now "look & feel" euphoric as you peruse through The Romantic Mom Home page. In the meantime, I haven't done any laundry except my wonderful worn old quilt! Undies? Who needs undies?
I've also uploaded some pix my dad sent me that he took while visiting us at our beach house in FL--and yes my mom managed to get one of our "perch" in the living room! What I haven't gotten done is picking up all Baby's poop piles she has bestowed upon our yard while on her picket! The little darlin'!
In celebration of the arriving summer (even though it's been drizzly and I still need my parka!), I've introduced a section on getting Outdoors and some picnic etiquette by my favorite urbane and ubiquitous, Miss Manners. As the Romantic Mom, I need to know how to conduct a picnic romantically, of course! Despite all this effort, speaking of picnics, don't sit in my outdoor furniture because you WILL go through--or be highly offended at the peeling paint and screws popping out!
There are some more photos on Life in Maineand since we're going to Camden today and Portland the next, I'll have some beauties to add later this week. The trees are just starting to leaf and daffodis are popping up in the most unexpected places, too! I'll be adding a tremendously interesting section on the connected farms and their historical significance--fascinating stuff here--for all you homesteader-types out there! And I've also added to the Gardens section. Yes, and speaking of MY homestead--how's my garden looking? Pretty desolate, pretty forlorn, pretty much saying, "Aren't you supposed to be out here planting me right now, Missy? What kinda homesteader are you, anyway?"
I'll save your poor eyes from having to gaze upon that ugliness right now and let you just take a peek at God's gorgeous garden. All I have to do is look up and there it is! Presto chango--it's Spring!