I've got a project just waiting to be reborn. It flopped in a previous venue but I'm sure with a little tweeking and a new audience it will fly. I've got another project underway with a product that has always done very well for me but I've never produced enough of this particular item to keep up with the demand. This year will be different. I know I'm being kind of teasy, being so vague and all. When these two products are ready for sale (and when I get a decent photo of them) I'll unveil the secrets. For now I'm just itching to tear into these boxes and get started! I know it's springtime because two of the supply boxes contain something that is risky to ship in cold weather. The boxes are here, so I can pretty much guarantee the warm weather will also be here for a while.
You wouldn't think a Christmas tree is a sign of spring. I still can't get over what a perfect creation of nature our Christmas tree was this past year. Husby kept it outside in the back yard through the winter with plans to cut it up in the spring for some firewood. Throughout the winter the tree turned a lovely rust color, but the needles are still holding strong and the overall shape of the tree is nearly as perfect as it was when we decorated it in our house five months ago.
Because of the unusually long winter we had Husby hasn't cut up the tree yet. And it's a good thing. Here's what he discovered nestled in the branches of our dead, but beautiful, Christmas tree...
Springtime is definitely here, and the baby birds will be soon. It's been a long time coming, but I think we can finally count on some warmer weather in the weeks to come. Happy Spring!