Oh spring surely did arrive this weekend...
The plum blossoms were the first to open. I hope it sets fruit this year. Lots of bumble bees around this weekend so maybe...
Yesterday was the first Farmer's market of the year... I bought cheese, bread, radishes, broccoli, carrots, Brussels sprouts and potatoes. This year there seems to be more spring veggies, not just things stored through the winter like the potatoes. There were quite a few greens too.
Half of the radish leaves went to the chickens and half was used to make pesto for my lunch.
With such beautiful weather, this weekend really was spent mostly in the garden.
But I did do a bit of spinning and knitting. I think I've solved one of my problems with my sky scarf. I've continued to have problems working on it every day and have been mostly just noting the weather and then catching up on the weekend. This week I'm going to try something new. I've got a second project I'm going to work on as well.
While I was cleaning out baskets I found a shawl I had started and then put down at some point (probably to start the sky scarf). I've decided that after I finish spinning and knitting my daily row for the scarf, I'll continue spinning and knitting on the shawl until I've satisfied my need to spin/knit in the evening. I think this will make the spinning/knitting more of a commitment for the day.