I like seeing our Columbine blooming.
I like planting time. My turn to plant flowers was a little delayed this year because we got 6 inches of snow on May 20th! But now the flowers are planted and a few vegetables as well. It finally feels like Spring is here!
I like how these house finches were taking shelter under the eaves at our house during the snow that day. There wasn't even any seed in the bird feeder!
I like this photo that my husband took at my sister's house, of her bedding plants in the old wheelbarrow.
I like hand stitching the binding on to my latest quilt finish this week, especially while watching the Dancing with the Stars finale!
This quilt is now finished, and my favorite dancer won - life is good! :) (Right, LeeAnna?!)
I like going for a morning hike on a trail in the foothills of Colorado near my home called the Devil's Backbone. Can you see why it has that name?
Along the way we saw a new bird (to us) which we think is a Spotted Towhee. I always like finding a new bird!
And I really like this poem, which I first discovered when sharing poetry with my 5th graders years ago!
May Night by Sara Teasdale
The spring is fresh and fearless
And every leaf is new,
The world is brimmed with moonlight,
The lilac brimmed with dew.
Here in the moving shadows
I catch my breath and sing-
My heart is fresh and fearless
And over-brimmed with spring.
Hope your May is beautiful, and your week is going well! Join in with all the rest of the I Like Thursday bloggers over at LeeAnna's place, Not Afraid of Color.