“Speak little, do much.”
- Poor Richard's Almanack
Please forgive me for such a huge post. This past month was hectic. I was still taking daily photos but found myself with very little time because I was, as Ben Franklin says, "doing much."
Spring is finally here! Don't waste it. Enjoy the new life.
I can't wait for ducklings to start swimming around.
Went for a walk with a coworker after work to a neat old abandoned house in the woods.
Lots of rain at work created quagmire where a small stream normally is.
Cakes, cakes and more cakes. Cakes and animals might be a theme in this post.
Taking a class on digital media marketing.
I went to Neshaminy today but was more excited to see that the Philadelphia Zoo Balloon got fixed after it was damaged this winter. I've never been up in it. It's never been flying when I've been there.
Pre-making icing flowers for the spring cakes.
My sister made me make her a Doctor Who cake for her birthday. Then didn't let anyone eat it.
Caught a shooting star while trying to shoot photos of Mars while it was very bright.
I like funny labels. :)
Mars is the bright spot behind the branches of the center tree.
Was second shooter at the wedding of a very fun couple.
Decorated cakes and cookies for Easter.
The 3 little pigs who aren't so little anymore. When pigs are born, they are the size of a soda can.
Saw Andy's kitty for the first time in about a year. The kitty still loves me.
Andy was in a bad car accident. He is okay but unable to do a lot due to soreness and head pain. We spent the day tracking his car down and filling out paperwork.
A feral kitten showed up at work very scarred. One of the guys tried to see if it could be socialized but it is probably too old.
Went for a walk then edited wedding photos.
New lamb at work, born on Saturday. It's so cute we follow it around and "Awwww" every time it bahs. We have 3 new baby pigs and a calf on the way.
Storm clouds coming.
Harvest so far.
This post way way too long! but at least I posted it on a Friday. :) I'm hoping everything is well with everyone and that you are making the best of spring.