Our robins are here and singing their evening song. One of my most favorite nature experiences.
I love that they sit in the very tops of the trees (so much easier to find them) and sing their hearts out. No better song could accompany the setting of the sun.
Today I had to do some more re-potting. I needed to do a whole lot, but I ran out of dirt, so I re-potted my jalapeno peppers, bull nose peppers and my amish paste tomatoes. That added about 18 more pots to my little table. I absolutely love seeing these things take off. The growth and health that we will be able to appreciate and eventually harvest is so much fun to watch.
Some of the pepper plants I re-potted.
The table is filling up.
Yesterday the porch was finally clear of snow, so I was able to get out there and sweep it off. It was piling up with wood chunks and saw dust from our firewood that we store on it. It really felt good to get out there and do that. We have running water in our frost free by the chicken coop again! Yea! Its a step in the right direction. At least now we don't have to take the water tank to town every other day to fill it up. We were able to run a hose from the frost free to the tank and we can keep it full that way now. Still no water to the main system, but I am sure if this warmer weather holds up (55* yesterday!!!) it won't be much longer.
As a side note, I happily found the sound track to Anne of Green Gables the other day and I tell you what, it is the perfect music to enjoy as we welcome Spring to our home. It is very cheering and uplifting. I sense a movie marathon for the girls and I in the near future. :-)
School is moving right along. Wesley seems to be getting over his severe dislike for writing, so that is a huge win for us for this school year. It has been such a battle the last couple years. But we are seeing much light at the end of that tunnel. Praise God.
*On a side note to that, I highly recommend the book called "Educating the Well Trained Mind." There is so much good and helpful information in there.*
Not much else to report here. Just the regular every day stuff to do.
Have a blessed day!