I like Spring decorations! I enjoyed seeing all of Mary's bunnies a couple weeks ago, so I had to get mine out, too.
I like my friend, Maureen, who is in my local quilt group. Maureen is our member who really produces! I shared my Vinyl Project Pouch at our March get together, and last week at our April meeting she brought 5 or 6 of them she had made, in all different shapes and sizes!
Speaking of quilting, I liked making progress on my Hands2Help donation quilt earlier this week!
I was listening to the Friendship Album, 1933, podcast while I sewed. I'm really enjoying that story!
I like my current read, The Huntress, by Kate Quinn. One of my favorite genres is WWII historical fiction, and this one is right up my alley!
Part of the story line is about women pilots in the Russian army who flew bombing missions against Germany. That was something I had never heard about before, so I had to look it up. Sure enough, they were the 588th Night Bomber Regiment, known as the Night Witches. Here's the Wikipedia article about them. I love learning something new!
Our friend, Jocelyn, at Canadian Needle Nana, has gotten me interested in bird nesting cameras that you can look at online. There happens to be an osprey nest cam at the Boulder County Fairgrounds, in Longmont, Colorado, (not far from where I live) that I've been watching.
The nest notes from 2018 say that eggs were laid on April 19th, so I'm going to keep checking back - maybe we will see eggs this week!
It's too soon to plant here, but we're getting a new raised bed ready to go. We found this one at Menards, a big box store similar to Lowes or Home Depot, and Mike assembled it himself. I like the look of the dark gray and it's very sturdy!
Hopefully some veggies will like the warm sun on the south side of our house!
Every Thursday, I join in with LeeAnna and friends at Not Afraid of Color to celebrate our likes for the week. Be sure to head over and check out all of this week's posts!